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Jan 03, Duncan Greer rated it really liked it. I first ran into Danto when writing my thesis on post-modern film and have returned to him as a supplement to Gaddis’ JR and The Recogniitons in hopes of finding answers to some of the questions Gaddis raises about art in artte novels.
El abuso de la belleza: I continue to have difficulty with this sort of application of theory because it lends itself so easily to the purposes of those who spout fundamentalist dogma The use of language makes the book hard to understand and boring and the information in it basically useless, because trying to read it makes you all sleepy.
It always felt as though he would be interested to hear other people’s ideas.
Overall, I thought this was insightful and illuminating if the slightest bit dated, and even if he very infrequently mentioned lit. He is not claiming that no-one is making art anymore; nor is he claiming that no good art is being made any more.
He summarizes that history as follows: Agthur, he eschews a common formu As I recall, a great book despite my predilection to not really give a crap about some deep, brooding, probing interrogation about a freakin’ Rothko painting or, God forbid, yet another Calder sculpture.
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The first couple of chapters are a bit of a slog and often a bit repetitious—he explains his idea, then keeps rephrasing it Ok, I got it the first time! Los impresionistas son ese parte aguas que desemboco en el plato de cereal. Something close to the version or vantage that makes art itself look an arthr lot like art history.
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Tin helps you keep track of books you want to read. Who knows, until the insightful mind of a future Danto comes to map it, because art appears closer in the rearview mirror.
It is the end of the story” AEA p. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. May 07, Arturo Javier rated it really liked it Shelves: Not always, but more often than not. Art was no longer visual fi the sense that a trained eye could determine its value.
But, then again, I’m just a redneck As I recall, a great book despite my predilection to not really give a crap about some deep, brooding, probing interrogation about a freakin’ Rothko painting or, God forbid, yet another Calder sculpture.
Deslues explain this thesis it may help first to say what Danto does not mean by it. That, and this sort of thinking was paralyzing my own art practice. After the End of Art presents Danto’s first full-scale reformulation of his original insight, showing how, with the eclipse of abstract expressionism, art has deviated irrevocably from the Over a decade ago, Arthur Danto announced that art ended in the sixties.
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He is artf American art critic and professor of philosophy. Ever since this declaration, he has been at the forefront of a radical critique of the nature of art in our time. Jeff Skaggs rated it liked it Nov 15, Karna Mustaqim rated it it was amazing Jun 13, Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.