Abstraction and Utopia
“The birth of abstract art,” writes Hilton Kramer, “has long been recognized as a fateful event in the history of art. Yet the intellectual origins of this event, which promptly established abstraction as one of the central traditions of twentieth-century painting and sculpture, have remained a vague and little-understood subject for the vast public that now takes abstract...more
ebook, 16 pages
Published November 2011 by Now and Then Reader
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