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Art about art ( “Art feeds on art.”) A ready-made adjusted (Duchamp) Self-conscious debt to past part (with a vengeance) Self-consciously acknowledges the role of destruction in the creative process Explores untraditional medium (bound books)

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Art about art ( “Art feeds on art.”)

  • A ready-made adjusted (Duchamp)
  • Self-conscious debt to past part (with a vengeance)
  • Self-consciously acknowledges the role of
  • destruction in the creative process
  • Explores untraditional medium (bound books)
  • A conceptual piece which challenges ideas about
  • originality
  • Embraces art determined by the laws of chance
  • (Dada)
  • Performance art/installation
  • Impersonal technique, invisible style
  • Criticizes aesthetics (beauty), ownership (art as
  • investment), the “canon” of masterpieces, and
  • the role and meaning of museum labels

Robert Jacobs’ The History

of Art, Third Edition (1922),

Addresses the concerns of

Western Art history