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- 1 Two articles
- 2 Radical Movements in Late Modernism
- 3 stuff
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- 6 Capitalization
- 7 References
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- 9 Redundancy? Modernism and Late modernism?
- 10 External links modified
- Ethico- Although I think this article is perfectly good, because there is a strong and important linkage between modernism and postmodern art I'm beginning to wondering if Radical movements in Modern Art should become its own article. I think for now the interconnection between the modernist roots and the postmodern response are important. What do you think about that? Modernist 16:58, 27 July 2007 (UTC)
- Modernist, I'm glad you've raised this, because I've been thinking about the place of this section in the article as well. I've got no objection to a new article being started if you think there's a place for it. Or, perhaps some of the content could be added to High modernism or Late modernism, given that the Modernism article gets a bit skimpy after WWII? I definitely think the modern movements should have a place in the article (after all Duchamp, Pop and Minimalism are a bit more interesting than neo-expressionism!). As for how I see this section in the article these are my thoughts:
- Renaming the section something like 'Transitional movements between modernism and postmodernism' (a bit long winded but you get the idea). The fact that some of the movements might be considered wholly modernist can be included to introduce the section.
- Remove Abstract Expressionism, or at least edit it down to cover just Pollock and Process Art. Krauss reinvents Pollock as a 'postmodernist'. Frustratingly I can't find her applying the actual term to him, but it's quite clear what she's getting at.
- Edit the other sections so that they provide a briefer description of each movement. The whole history doesn't need to be included, just those parts that are relevant to whether or not and why they are considered to be postmodern.
- Put the sections into (roughly) chronological order.
Apologies for the long response to a simple question!--Ethicoaestheticist 18:13, 27 July 2007 (UTC)
- Ethico- I don't see renaming as the solution, I am leaning toward dividing the article. Modernist 21:55, 27 July 2007 (UTC)
Radical Movements in Late Modernism
Done Modernist 22:23, 27 July 2007 (UTC)
As well as describing certain tendencies of contemporary art, postmodern has also been used to denote a phase of modern art. This position is adopted by both defenders of modernism such as Clement Greenberg, as well as radical opponents of modernism such as Felix Guattari, who calls it modernism's "last gasp.".
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Redundancy? Modernism and Late modernism?
Is there a need for these two articles? As far as I can see there is a considerable overlap. If Late modernism was a radically different article from Modernism I would not be suggesting this, but it isn't. Why not combine these two articles by sub-dividing the current Modernism and naming the later part Late Modernism? Rwood128 (talk) 21:27, 26 September 2013 (UTC)
- They address different issues and are both important, Modernism is a wide rubric that is historical and its scope includes literature, religion, dance, theater, philosophy as well as the visual arts, Late modernism (which is visited approximately 1500 times per month; respectable) addresses the visual arts in the latter part of the 20th century and the early decades of the 21st century and is in contrast to Postmodern art...Modernist (talk) 10:33, 27 September 2013 (UTC)
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