Adjective usually goes before noun and predicate goes after. So if the word order isn't purposely inverted, Мистецтво вільне! = Мистецтво є вільне! = Art is free!. And as the sentence consists of just two words nobody would think that there's an inversion, I guess
Then would someone say Мистецтво вільне! to mean that "this piece of art cost nothing" (безплатне) or something like "creating art is liberating" (визволяє)?
Or am I being too analytical? lol
It's something like in this Wassily Kandinsky quote: "There is no must in art because art is free." :)
Мистецтво doesn't really mean "piece of art". That's rather "витвір мистецтва"
I'm guessing that вільний always means "free as in speech", not "free as in beer", right?