Marx: art is part of the superstructure and is determined by the mode of production or economic system.

Capitalism produces commodities - 'fetish' - item with abstract value
Fetishism: the projection of human nature and of human desires onto an external object

In capialist society, accept the premise that all art is commodified - all artists are cultural producers, laboring for the benefit of the market - all items to be bought and sold as objects of desire upon which human feelings are projected.

The work of art in a capitalist society must be a consumer object and therefore must also be an object of desire.
The ideology of the market is a lived experience in the consciousness of every artist - the artist is imprinted in history and cannot escape his or her own time.