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By Steve Edwards

The essays during this quantity have interaction without delay with topical matters round artwork and gender, globalization, cultural distinction, and curating, in addition to explorations of key artists and pursuits and a few much less well-documented paintings by means of modern artists.

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Photographed by Jean-Gilles Berizzi. Photo: © RMN (Musée d’Orsay)/Jean-Gilles Berizzi. Try to write down what you, as a contemporary viewer, or reader (of a book like this), see. Show discussion End of exercise. What I have just described is my response to a coloured illustration in a book, a few inches square, with the characteristic sheen of such things, which in conjunction with the relatively small size can make it difficult to pick out details. If I were standing in front of the real thing, I would see differently.

Bits of the everyday world began to be incorporated into artworks – as collage or montage in two-dimensional art forms; in construction and assemblage in three-dimensional ones. The inclusion of found materials played a fundamental role in modern art. The use of modern materials and technologies – steel, concrete, photography – did something similar. Some artists abandoned easel painting or sculpture to make direct interventions in the world through the production of usable things, whether chairs or illustrated news magazines.

What is referred to as globalisation is the most recent phase of uneven and combined development. 5). Under these conditions, the making of modern art has entered a new and geographically extended phase. If an earlier phase of modernism is identified with internationalism, it is increasingly apparent that this dream of a place that was nowhere (Paris, New York) was just that – a dream. Recent debates on globalisation and art involve a rejection of modernist internationalism; instead, artists and art historians are engaged with local conditions of artistic production and the way these mesh in an international system of global art making.

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