In Arts and Media
- Blind John Davis (1913–1985), American blues pianist
- John Scarlett Davis (1804–1845), English painter
- John F. Davis (artist) (born 1958), Australian artist, painter and video editor
- John H. Davis (author) (1929–2012), American author
- John Davis (pianist) (born 1957), American classical pianist, concert performer, recording artist, and historian
- John Davis (producer) (born 1953), U.S. film producer
- John Davis (singer-songwriter) (born 1974), American Superdrag member
- John Davis (sculptor) (1936–1999), Australian sculptor
- John A. Davis (born 1963), American animator
- John Philip Davis (1784–1862), portrait and subject painter
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“The media no longer ask those who know something ... to share that knowledge with the public. Instead they ask those who know nothing to represent the ignorance of the public and, in so doing, to legitimate it.”
—Serge Daney (19441992)
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