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Spaces for Criticism: Shifts in Contemporary Art Discourses

Editor
Pascal Gielen
Price
$39.50
Date
2015
Publisher
Valiz/Antennae Series
Format
Anthologies
ISBN
978-9078088752
Size
21 × 13 cm
Length
288 pp
Genre
Criticism, Theory
Description

Is art criticism losing ground to the Internet and its rapidly proliferating art blogs? Do people still consider the art critics employed by newspapers and magazines the most important arbitrators of what is worth seeing and reading? Much recent discussion about the changing landscape of art writing, often framed as a crisis in criticism, has revolved around the question, “what is art criticism?” Spaces for Criticism, edited by Pascal Gielen, asks instead, “where is art criticism?” The contributors to this volume explore new ways and new spaces where art critics might interact with works of art, artists, scholars and a varied, increasingly informed public. The authors argue that criticism has shifted to different places and different stages, experiencing both a displacement onto new media and into new geographic regions and new institutional structures.

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