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 that 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 how it evolves.