Given : 1 Degree Art, 2 Degrees Crime : Modernity, Murder and Mass Culture - Rabate, Jean-Michel

Given : 1 Degree Art, 2 Degrees Crime : Modernity, Murder and Mass Culture

Jean-Michel Rabate

Yayınevi: Sussex

Yayın tarihi: 10/2006

ISBN: 9781845191122

İngilizce | 228 Sayfa |

Tür: Sanat Tarihi

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This title investigates links between avant-garde art and the aesthetics of crime in order to bridge the gap between high modernism and mass culture, as emblematised by tabloid reports of unsolved crimes. Throughout, Jean-Michel Rabate is concerned with two key questions: What is it that we enjoy when we read murder stories? and What has modern art to say about murder? Indeed, Rabate compels us to consider whether art itself is a form of murder. The book begins with Marcel Duchamp's fascination for trivia and found objects conjoined with his iconoclasm as an anti-artist. The visual parallels between the naked woman at the centre of his final work, "Etant Donnes", and a young woman who had been murdered in Los Angeles in January 1947, provides the specific point of departure. The text moves onward to Steven Hodel, the 'Black Dahlia' murder; Walter Benjamin's description of Eugene Atget's famous photographs of deserted Paris streets as presenting 'the scene of the crime'; and Ralph Roff's 1997 exhibition, which implied that modern art is indissociable from forensic gaze and a detective's outlook, a view first advanced by Edgar Allan Poe.

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