Reference : Autonome Kunstkritik
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Arts & humanities : Art & art history
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/52707
Autonome Kunstkritik
German
[en] Autonomous Art Criticism
Lehmann, Harry mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Humanities (DHUM) >]
Bürger, Peter []
Demand, Christian []
Ullrich, Wolfgang []
Rauterberg, Hanno []
1-Mar-2012
Kulturverlag Kadmos
155
978-3865991584
Berlin
Germany
[en] art critique ; autonomy ; heteronomy ; social function of art criticism ; history of art criticism
[en] Art criticism has been largely marginalized in the arts and today mostly fulfills a service function. How did this development come about? When and why did professional art, literature and music criticism form in the first place? In this collection of essays, the authors Peter Bürger, Christian Demand, Jörn-Peter Hiekel, Harry Lehmann, Hanno Rauterberg, and Wolfgang Ullrich pose such fundamental questions about the constitution of art criticism and discuss them from their own perspectives as philosophers, literary scholars, musicologists, and art historians. What connects the various texts is the shared interest in the question: Does autonomous art need autonomous art criticism?
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/52707

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