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Forgetting the art world

Autor: Pamela M Lee
Editorial: Cambridge, MA : The MIT Press, [2012] ©2012
Edición/Formato:   Print book : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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It may be time to forget the art world - or at least to recognize that a certain historical notion of the art world is in eclipse. Today, the art world spins on its axis so quickly that its maps can no longer be read; its borders blur. In Forgetting the Art World, Pamela Lee connects the current state of this world to globalization and its attendant controversies. Contemporary art has responded to globalization with  Leer más
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Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Pamela M Lee
ISBN: 9780262017732 0262017733
Número OCLC: 769763940
Notas: Includes index.
Descripción: xiii, 229 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contenido: Introduction: Forgetting the art world --
The world is flat/the end of the world : Takashi Murakami and the aesthetics of post-Fordism --
Gursky's ether --
Perpetual revolution : Thomas Hirschhorn's sense of the world --
On pseudo-collectivism ; or, How to be a collective in the age of the consumer sovereign --
Conclusion: Numbers.
Responsabilidad: Pamela M. Lee.

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It may be time to forget the art world - or at least to recognize that a certain historical notion of the art world is in eclipse. Today, the art world spins on its axis so quickly that its maps can no longer be read; its borders blur. In Forgetting the Art World, Pamela Lee connects the current state of this world to globalization and its attendant controversies. Contemporary art has responded to globalization with images of movement and migration, borders and multitudes, but Lee looks beyond iconography to view globalization as a world process. Rather than think about the "global art world" as a socioeconomic phenomenon, or in terms of the imagery it stages and sponsors, Lee considers "the work of art's world" as a medium through which globalization takes place. She argues that the work of art is itself both object and agent of globalization. Lee explores the ways that art actualizes, iterates, or enables the processes of globalization, offering close readings of works by artists who have come to prominence in the last two decades. She examines the "just in time" managerial ethos of Takahashi Murakami; the production of ethereal spaces in Andreas Gursky's images of contemporary markets and manufacture; the logic of immanent cause dramatized in Thomas Hirschhorn's mixed-media displays; and the "pseudo-collectivism" in the contemporary practice of the Atlas Group, the Raqs Media Collective, and others. To speak of "the work of art's world," Lee says, is to point to both the work of art's mattering and its materialization, to understand the activity performed by the object as utterly continuous with the world it at once inhabits and creates.

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