Theorists and Appreciators

Perl, Jed
April 2001
New Republic;04/30/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 18, p31
Presents information on artists and gallerygoers. Views on description of a work of art; Opinion that the art world is divided; Division of artists and gallerygoers; View that the fluid transactions between appreciation and theory have a catalytic power; Recognition of the fact that as one's ideas about art change the quality and the character of one's experience of art change, too.


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