Documentary portraying the British philosopher’s essay on the neglecting of beauty by contemporary arts and life, as well as the urge to restore it according to its essence.
https://www.nearbycafe.com/artandphoto/photocritic/2017/03/12/after-post-modernism-what/ “One of modernism’s faults, according to postmodern theory, was that it was optimistic: modernism believed in itself, in progress, and thus in the future. Post-modernism believes we are doomed to an endless present of continual re-runs”
http://www.theguardian.com/global/shortcuts/2015/oct/27/modern-art-is-rubbish-why-mistaking-artworks-for-trash-proves-their-worth “But still, the cleaners keep chucking stuff away (cussed working-class critics of modern art who are the last bastions of criticism)”
http://www.artandeducation.net/paper/the-pictures-generation-the-copyright-act-of-1976-and-the-reassertion-of-authorship-in-postmodernity/ “Recognizing the motives corporations have in aligning themselves with art that appears to conflict with their interests may at least partly explain how Prince was able to evade any legal skirmishes over his Untitled (cowboy) prints. Phillip Morris USA owns the Marlboro brand, and, of course, the copyrights to the cowboy images from which Prince appropriated.Continue reading “The pictures generation and the reassertion of authorship”