Michael Savage is known as ‘The Grumpy Art Historian’ for his contrarian take on fads and fashions in the art world, from criticising museum selfies to defending old high-art traditions. He works in the financial markets and maintains a keen interest in economics, as well as having an academic background in international relations.
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