9/11 was a tragedy for all American’s alike, but when the day had finally come to a close, we as Americans, had grown tighter and leaned on one another to get through. As many still feel the day’s significant importance, sadly, it seems that the effect has worn off on some.
As it turns out, the 9/11 Museum’s creative director wanted to ban one of the most iconic pictures of that day because it was too American.
Leaving many shaking their heads, you may very well know the picture taken by Thomas E. Franklin depicting three firefighters raising a flag amongst the 9/11 rubble. It has been featured on everything from stamps to magazine covers and still brings back the pain and pride we felt that day.
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The museum’s Creative Director, Michael Shulan, however felt that the picture was too, “kitsch,” – an artistic word for poor taste because of sentimentality. According to Shulan:
“I really believe that the way America will look best, the way we can really do best, is to not be Americans so vigilantly and so vehemently.”
Riiiiight – so the picture shouldn’t be in the museum because it’s too American, and furthermore, Americans need to stop being so American as well. Nice sentiment, wouldn’t you say?
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