Art Discourse - Discourse in Art
Many scholars and the art world, generally, recognize that post modernism is characterized by an explosion of language into the field of the visual arts. For the rest of us, there have been numerous shows at major museums and galleries, allowing us to confront and to be confronted by these new and challenging art forms.
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