Occupy Criticism, Occupy Spring by Talib Agape Fuegoverde Occupy Criticism, Occupy Spring by Talib Agape Fuegoverde

Critics responding to a crisis in criticism: this is indeed familiar territory in recent years, especially in light of debates about contemporaneity, globalization, and the market: who or what is the public for contemporary art? What are the economic conditions and complicities of contemporary art relative to global capitalism and its crises? How can we arrive at critical judgements when strong narratives for aesthetic quality and political engagement appear to be exhausted?

http://www.brooklynrail.org/2012/03/art/occupy-criticism-occupy-spring

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