All Great Art Is Art About Art is a collection of Metagraphs of people looking at art at art fairs.  It is a riff on art about art made in the central spoke of the art world, the large art fair venue. Very meta.  The title comes from a quip by Clement Greenberg, the champion of Abstract Expressionism, made about art.  I don't remember where I heard or read it, but it stuck in my mind for several years as this project developed.  Perhaps it is fiction perhaps not.  Either way there is a certain truth to how art loves to gaze at its own navel, or at least react to itself. Which is good, for that is what drives the evolution of art as a mode of human consciousness.