Reeve, Charles
July 2004
Art Papers Magazine;Jul/Aug2004, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p4
The author reflects on the development of white cube approach in art. It has been noted by the author that despite of the popularity of the white cubes, several artists resisted the approach by taking over the art-viewing environment . Furthermore, the author indicated that the Sistine Chapel is one of the examples of this approach.


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