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How To Take A Duchamp Road Trip
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-17-11
Step 1: Drive to the Philadelphia Art Museum, see the Large Glass and peek like a pervert through the wooden wall at "Entant Donnes." Chuckle at puns like "Fresh Widow." Step 2: Drive around the rest of the country, looking at waterfalls, landscapes, women, bachelors, machines, ...more

Stephen Colbert Suggests Gitmo Might Be Conceptual Art
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-16-11
July 14th, 2011: Stephen Colbert proves yet again the edginess of his political satire, making his audience audibly uncomfortable with this strangely avant-garde speculation:   "It now occurs to me, could all of Gitmo, in fact be one giant art installation? Take our enemies from the ston ...more

Arthur C. Danto: on Hegel and Duchamp
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 07-15-11
Arthur C. Danto's conceptions of "the end of art" and "posthistoricism" were quickly adopted as catch-phrases and widely misunderstood by the art world of the eighties and nineties.  He did not mean, however, that art could no longer be made, accomplished, nor that any crite ...more

How a Situationist "Draws"
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-14-11
British architecture student Ji Soo Han recently made a "Situationist Drawing Device (shown below)" What exactly does this mean? Situationism, the brainchild of expressionist painter Asger Jorn and filmmaker Guy Debord (both accomplished theorists and provocateurs), was in many ways th ...more

Few Have Explored This Bewildering Territory
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-13-11
"The privileged realm located in the boundary-zone between the three fields of power, religion and semiotics...Few people have explored this bewildering territory (by definition a no-man’s land of imagination) with the same energy as René Magritte, the bourgeois surrealist dressed i ...more

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