From the article-
Almost everyone who paints like this has come through art school. Thus the work harks back to the period these artists were taught to lionize, the supposedly purer days of the 1960s and 1970s, when their teachers' views were being formed. Both teachers and students zero in on this one specific period; then only on certain artists. It's art-historical clear-cutting, aesthetic monoculture with no aesthetic biodiversity. This is not painting but semantic painterbation- what an unctuous auction catalogue, in reference to one artist's work, recently called "established postmodern praxis."