Posts Tagged With: Arthur Danto

May 2, 2020

Global Art, Post-Colonialism And The End of Art History (Robert McDougall), Part 1

The following is the first of a two-part series. In Contemporary Art as Global Art: A Critical Estimate, Hans Belting sets out to explain how the concept of ‘global art’ since the late 1980’s has transgressed our traditional understandings of art history, modernism’s ideals of “progress and hegemony”, and our…

Posted in Painting
November 21, 2016

Beyond “Zombie Formalism” – Painting After The End Of Painting (Iwo Zmyślony)

This essay first appeared in the catalogue of the 9th Bielska Jesień curatorial exhibition (28.10-26.12.2016), held by Bielska Gallery BWA (Curators Jagna Domża and Wojciech Kozłowski,  Reprinted with permission. Rather than initiating the death of painting, as was expected, photography and other media of mechanical reproduction have been like…