Conventions in Contemporary Art

Conventions in Contemporary Art

2002

Editor

Commonplaces flood the contemporary art scene: art is interdisciplinary, it does not require theory, and exercises a salutary influence on public space. The curator is a superstar, non-western art is a whim of fashion, and design a hip kind of art. Conventions in Contemporary Art, the result of a series of thought-provoking debates in Witte de With, critically examines these and other clichés.

 

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