The Art World’s 60-Year Rut: Could a New Golden Age Be on the Horizon?

Jackson Pollocks Autumn Rhythm (Number 30), 1950,  at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Matthew MendozaJackson Pollocks Autumn Rhythm (Number 30), 1950,  at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Matthew Mendoza

Jackson Pollock’s Autumn Rhythm (Number 30) (1950), at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. (Photo by Matthew Mendoza)

It’s been said that television is having one. Also architecture. Maybe even journalism, in spite of the turbulence. What exactly? A new Golden Age. The late David Carr described “an excess of excellence” happening in TV; he wrote, “The idiot box has gained heft and intellectual credibility.” On architecture’s stunning new era, in which software drives vastly

Article source: http://observer.com/2015/02/the-art-worlds-60-year-rut-could-a-new-golden-age-be-on-the-horizon/

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