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anti-art

Overview page. Subjects: Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art — Art.

A loosely used term associated with art which debunks the traditional categories or concepts of art. It was supposedly coined by Marcel Duchamp in 1914. Dada was considered the first...

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Black Aesthetic

Overview page. Subjects: Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art — Art.

The foundations of the black aesthetic can be traced back to the nineteenth century and to a tradition of earlier writings, social and cultural movements, and literary manifestos extending...

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contemporary art

Overview page. Subjects: Photography and Photographs — Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art.

A term loosely used to describe art that is of the moment or the very recent past, in distinction to modern art, which is a more all-embracing term and can be used to cover many of the...

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