Contemporary Art and Society
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This paper examines how contemporary art reflects our highly industrialized and consumerism-driven society. It further compares the world today to that of thirty years ago, using art to illustrate the changes that have occured. According to the paper, our world is dominated by corporations and for-profit organizations. The paper further contends that society has changed significantly and in parallel its relationship with art has transformed. It is proposed that a way to address this relationship transformation is to analyze the position of art institutions that exist within societies and countries around the world.
From the Paper:"Today we live in highly industrialized and consumerism-driven society. The world is controlled by a different elite than it was some thirty years ago. It is world dominated by corporations and for-profit organizations. The society has changed significantly and in parallel its relationship with art has transformed. One way of addressing this relationship transformation is analyzing the position of art institutions that exist within societies and countries around the world. The art institutions, like galleries and museums are the places where art begins its life outside of the artist. They are the places where not only the work of art..."
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