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content
used in Avant-garde and Kitsch

6 uses
  • Precisely because his content was determined in advance, the artist was free to concentrate on his medium.
  • "Art for art's sake" and "pure poetry" appear, and subject matter or content becomes something to be avoided like a plague.
  • Content is to be dissolved so completely into form that the work of art or literature cannot be reduced in whole or in part to anything not itself.
  • Formal culture has always belonged to the first, while the last have had to content themselves with folk or rudimentary culture, or kitsch.
  • For him the medium became, privately, professionally, the content of his art, even as his medium is today the public content of the abstract painter's art — with that difference, however, that the medieval artist had to suppress his professional preoccupation in public — had always to suppress and subordinate the personal and professional in the finished, official work of art.
  • For him the medium became, privately, professionally, the content of his art, even as his medium is today the public content of the abstract painter's art — with that difference, however, that the medieval artist had to suppress his professional preoccupation in public — had always to suppress and subordinate the personal and professional in the finished, official work of art.

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