Restlessness and Reception: Transforming Art Criticism in the Age of the Blogosphere

Nearly a decade into the twenty-first century, art criticism finds itself directly pressured by the considerable impact and strain of new technologies that exist precariously on the cusp of being emergent and anachronistic. Although art criticism is not ‘dead’ exactly, pointed questions might be raised as to both its current health and future prospects. One could maintain that many of those skeptical about the relevance of criticism today are likely asserting the fact that the ‘old school’ premises which guided much extant criticism are simply not viable when asked to speak toward and elucidate the newer approaches, attitudes and configurations guiding much recent art. : Continue reading :

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Posted: December 28th, 2011
at 8:38pm by mnp


Categories: art,contemporary,et cetera,blogs,art theory

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