Art & ephemerality

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June 22, 2020

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Mélissa Aberkane, « Art & ephemerality », Aesthetic Gathering, ID : 10670/1.uk8pq1


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In principle, when we speak of art, most people have first in mind images of treasured paintings in museums, or ancient sculptures that are exhibited there. Yet, and many people have noticed, art is not just that. We'll be interested here in the intersection of two notions : art and ephemerality. Because yes, these two notions have to see together. And there is even art that can be called «ephemeral art». But then, what can this idea really mean? One guesses that it's there first of all an ...

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