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Art after philosophy and after : collected writings, 1966-1990 /

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Original language: German Publication details: London, England : MIT Press, 1993, © 1991.Edition: 1st MIT Press pbk. edDescription: xlii, 289 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmISBN:
  • 0262610914
  • 9780262610919
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Foreword / Jean-François Lyotard -- Introduction / Gabriele Guercio Notes on conceptual art models -- Editorial in 27 parts -- Notes on specific and general -- Art after philosophy -- Statement for Whitney annual exhibition, 1969 -- Footnote to poetry -- Introductory note to Art-Language by the American editor -- Introduction to function -- A short note: Art education and linguistic change -- Art as idea as idea: an interview with Jeanne Siegel -- Information 2 -- Statement from Information -- Statement from Software -- Notes on Crane -- Influences: The difference between 'how' and 'why' -- Context text -- Painting versus art versus culture (or, why you can paint if you want to, but it probably won't matter) -- Statement for the Congress of Conceptual Art -- (Notes) on an 'anthropologized' art -- A notice to the public -- The artist as anthropologist -- 1975 -- Work -- Within the context: Modernism and critical practice -- Comments on the second frame -- A long night at the movies -- Text/ context: Seven remarks for you to consider while viewing/reading this exhibition -- 1979 -- On Ad Reinhardt -- On Picasso -- Notes on Cathexis -- Necrophilia mon amour -- Art and its public -- On Yves Klein -- A note to readers -- Fort! Da! -- On masterpieces -- A preliminary map for Zero & not -- Qua Qua Qua -- No exit -- 'Philosophia Medii Maris Atlantici', or, re-map, de-map (speak in gaps) -- History for -- The play of the unsayable: A preface and ten remarks on art and Wittgenstein -- Statement for Ex Libris, Frankfurt (for W.B.) -- Teaching to learn (a conversation about 'how' and 'why')
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-284) and index.

Foreword / Jean-François Lyotard -- Introduction / Gabriele Guercio Notes on conceptual art models -- Editorial in 27 parts -- Notes on specific and general -- Art after philosophy -- Statement for Whitney annual exhibition, 1969 -- Footnote to poetry -- Introductory note to Art-Language by the American editor -- Introduction to function -- A short note: Art education and linguistic change -- Art as idea as idea: an interview with Jeanne Siegel -- Information 2 -- Statement from Information -- Statement from Software -- Notes on Crane -- Influences: The difference between 'how' and 'why' -- Context text -- Painting versus art versus culture (or, why you can paint if you want to, but it probably won't matter) -- Statement for the Congress of Conceptual Art -- (Notes) on an 'anthropologized' art -- A notice to the public -- The artist as anthropologist -- 1975 -- Work -- Within the context: Modernism and critical practice -- Comments on the second frame -- A long night at the movies -- Text/ context: Seven remarks for you to consider while viewing/reading this exhibition -- 1979 -- On Ad Reinhardt -- On Picasso -- Notes on Cathexis -- Necrophilia mon amour -- Art and its public -- On Yves Klein -- A note to readers -- Fort! Da! -- On masterpieces -- A preliminary map for Zero & not -- Qua Qua Qua -- No exit -- 'Philosophia Medii Maris Atlantici', or, re-map, de-map (speak in gaps) -- History for -- The play of the unsayable: A preface and ten remarks on art and Wittgenstein -- Statement for Ex Libris, Frankfurt (for W.B.) -- Teaching to learn (a conversation about 'how' and 'why')

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