`Where's the poetry?'

Brilliant, Richard
September 1993
Art Bulletin;Sep93, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p374
Academic Journal
Editorial. Expresses college students' concern over the graduate study of art history. Imaginary conversation with student; Conflict between aesthetic and academic; Deprivation of visual pleasures; Training from learning to control linguistic expressions of seeing; Effect of the professionalism of the discipline.


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