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Anti-Aesthetic Turn: Peter Osborne. Anywhere or Not at All: Philosophy of Contemporary Art

Broadly speaking, the art that Osborne views as most deserving of the term “contemporary” is that which—like his preferred philosophy—lies “beyond aesthetics.”7 7. The second chapter of Osborne's book is titled “Art beyond Aesthetics,” which also appears to have been the book's original—or working—title. View all notes In his second chapter, Osborne approaches what he asserts was an ontological break with the aesthetic tradition enacted by 1960s conceptualism through the response, a century and a half earl

Quelle: Anti-Aesthetic Turn: Peter Osborne. Anywhere or Not at All: Philosophy of Contemporary Art. London: Verso, 2013. 256 pp. $95, $29.95 paper, $27.95 e-book: Art Journal: Vol 73, No 2

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