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Photographic Imagination
by av_producer of Somewhere, NYC
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By av_producer on February 2, 2004
Contemporary art has no brief against the art of the past, no sense that the past is something from which liberation must be won, no sense even that it is at all different as art from modern art generally. It is part of what defines contemporary art that the art of the past is available for such use as artists care to give it. What is not available to them is the spirit in which the art was made.

from After the End of Art
Arthur C. Danto

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