Adorno: the possibility of the impossible

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Lukas & Sternberg, 2003 - Art - 104 pages
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Commemorating Adorno's 100th birthday, these two volumes consider the German writer's still-radical theory that capitalism feeds the people the products of a "culture industry"-the opposite of "true" art-to keep them passive and politically apathetic. Volume 1, collected essays, focuses on aesthetic, cultural, historical and theological aspects of his theories; Volume 2 documents the exhibition, which featured Bruce Nauman, Ad Reinhardt and Louise Lawyer, among other artists.

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ISABELLE G
13
GEORG SCHÖLLHAMMER
29
ABBILDUNGEN
41
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