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Title: Filologia versus filosofia. L’opera di Andy Warhol interpretata da Argan, Baudrillard e Thomas Crow
Authors: Lorber, Maurizio
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Maurizio Lorber, "Filologia versus filosofia. L’opera di Andy Warhol interpretata da Argan, Baudrillard e Thomas Crow" in: "AFAT 31", EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, Trieste, 2012, pp. 241-257
Series/Report no.: AFAT
31
Abstract: 
The interpretations of Andy Warhol’s works represented a turning point in the history of art. From the Exhibition
at the Stable Gallery Arthur C. Danto drew considerations about ontology of the artwork. From Campbell’s
soup Jean Baudrillard has strengthened his philosophical provocation that the real is disappearing.
From the image reproduction and consumer culture G. C. Argan cames to the conclusion that it was the end of
art. A philological point of view has been adopted by Thomas Crow to interpret the Warhol’s early works and
connect them into an historical and iconological dimension. The history of art can draw useful lessons from
these different points of view and reflect on its future.
Type: Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10077/12869
ISSN: 1827-269X
eISSN: 2499-6750
Appears in Collections:AFAT 31

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