Postmodernism: All things have been done before. Nothing is original. A loss of aura, a lack of authorship in an over-saturated visual world.
In the essence of postmodernism, this image showcases all that has been done before by various artists. It uses significant appropriation. The removal of authorship is achieved through the personification of the art in the title. The inclusion of multiple pieces of artwork within the same frame nods to the over-saturated visual field. The seemingly disinterest by the patron in front removes the auspicious aura of both the patron and the social perceptions of viewing art with the notion of "Oh wow!" or "Unbelievable".
In the face and opposing postmodernism, the image is titled and authored by the photographer. Its creation is a new idea and presentation of a space and place in an alternate way. By virtue of the very creation, it is new and original. And although the image contains multiple parts, the framing and blocked cohesion provide visual relief from eye/mind tension or over saturation.