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Art and Posthistory

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From the 1990s until just before his death, the legendary art critic and philosopher Arthur C. Danto carried out extended conversations about contemporary art with the prominent Italian critic Demetrio Paparoni. Their discussions ranged widely over a vast range of topics, from American pop art and minimalism to abstraction and appropriationism. Yet they continually returned to the concepts at the core of Danto’s thinking―posthistory and the end of aesthetics―provocative notions that to this day shape questions about the meaning and future of contemporary art.
Arthur C. Danto
Columbus University Press
Paperback/ 192 pages
ISBN 9780231204774