Reinventing the Viewer 1: Introduction
File:Fried Michael Art and Objecthood Essays and Reviews 1998.pdf
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Investigations: The Expanded Field of Writing in the Works of Robert Morris
Experimentation is at the heart of his artistic process, which could explain the eclecticism of his oeuvre. To analyze the ambiguous rapport of Robert Morris to performance, or, in a larger sense, to the performing arts, it would be interesting to examine the often indirect dialogue the artist began, during these years of intense theoretical reflection, with Allan Kaprow, who is considered the creator of a new participative artistic practice, the happening. Western art actually has two avant-garde histories: one of artlike art and the other of lifelike art. Simplistically put, artlike art holds that art is separate from life and everything else, whereas lifelike art holds that art is connected to life and everything else. In other words, there is art at the service of art and art as the service of life.
By using our site, you agree to our terms , and usage of cookies. GOT IT! The Art Story. Michael Fried Synopsis Michael Fried is one the most established and reputable art critics and historians alive today. His approach to criticism is closely linked with that of his mentor, the late Clement Greenberg, who Fried first encountered while an undergraduate at Princeton. Another of Fried's notable contributions was his staunch opposition to what he observed as the lack of differentiation between the work of art itself and the experience of viewing it, a phenomenon he described as "theatricality.