George Michael and Kenny Goss are showing Texas a huge chunk of their private art collection, funded by George Michael's muscial career and Kenny Gosses' ... well, his income.
The Goss-Michael Foundation is displaying the works; Goss has been elected to discuss them with the media:
The works which Texans unable to travel have potentially never seen before (although, who knows, they might have) include Damien Hirst's Saint Sebastian, Exquisite Pain.
Goss explains what the cow-and-arrow work means:
Or potentially ever seen.
At other times, let's face it, art is about pictures of red-jacketed huntsmen chasing foxes and dogs playing pool.
Goss is excited by exposing young people to art:
Thinking about thoughts, eh? No wonder they need to sit down when their minds are working on such an elevated plane.
Seriously, it's a lovely, generous gesture to share art with the world; it's just a pity that Kenny was left to try and put the unsayable into words.