By Donald Preziosi
Through juxtaposing matters and difficulties, Donald Preziosi's newest selection of essays, within the Aftermath of Art, opens up a number of interpretive chances via bringing to the skin hidden resonances within the implications of every textual content.
In re-reading his personal writings, Preziosi opens up possible choices to modern discourses on paintings background and visible tradition. A serious observation by means of critic, historian, and theorist Johanne Lamoureux enhances the author's personal creation, mirroring the a number of interpretations in the essays themselves.
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