Curator, art critic, and writer Joshua Decter (US) has been working with contemporary art – and what he finds problematic with it – for nearly. Joshua Decter grapples with art’s inherent contradictions; the Los Art may have become a problem only because it is no longer really. In this volume of selected essays, interviews, curatorial texts, and reviews, spanning –, Joshua Decter examines contemporary art in relation to its .
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Text by Jeff Derksen. Translated by Katherine Silver. This volume of selected essays, interviews, reviews, and curatorial texts, spanning the period ofrepresents a significant part of Joshua Dectrr ongoing work as an educator, curator, and critic. Edited by Lionel Bovier. Text by Sven Spieker. Edited by John Miller.
JOSHUA DECTER: ‘ART IS A PROBLEM’
Decter sees the artwork from a public perspective and consistently probes its function as a collective representation, its placement in a cultural continuum, and the social relations organized around it.
Account Options Sign in. The book encompasses seven chapters: Photographs by Ari Marcopoulos. Pbk, 6 x 8.
I also happen to have cited one of his early projects in my review of another Best of selection, New Ghost Stories at the Palais de Tokyo.
Translated by Andrew Hodgson. Introduction by Lionel Bovier, Christophe Cherix. Introduction and text by Antonio Saborit.
Published by JRP Ringier. Foreword by Hans Ulrich Obrist. Edited by Anne-Julie Raccoursier.
Art is a Problem. Joshua Decter
Art is a Problem: For reproduction permissions, contact the copyright holders. Structured in seven chapters, this book revolves around Institutional Critique, the relations of art and politics, the emergence of platforms for art as a new paradigm, the privatisation of the public sphere, the un-definition of art, and curatorial practices.
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Art in America Eleanor Heartney The author examines art’s ability to problematize political and cultural discourses, and to express its own unique and knotty contradictions.
Afterword by Alexandra Kleeman. From this standpoint, he analyzes art’s definitions, functions, ethical entanglements, societal aspirations and cultural contradictions. Edited by Igor Spanjol.
The author examines art’s ability dwcter problematize political and cultural discourses, and to express its own unique and knotty contradictions. Distributed Art Publishers, Inc. His discourse is driven largely by a productivist vision of the artwork to the extent that Decter rejects the conventional dichotomy of form and content by which art is presumed to hold meaning like a vessel.
Accordingly, he questions contemplative aesthetics and the baggage that goes with it – quality, authorship, connoisseurship, and autonomy.
My library Help Advanced Book Search. In this volume of selected essays, interviews, curatorial texts and reviews, spanningJoshua Decter examines contemporary art in relation to its various ideological, public, discursive, and social contexts. Preface by Paige Landesberg and Kristen Mueller. No eBook available Amazon. His discourse is driven largely by a productivist vision of the artwork to the extent that Decter