Dziewczyna, która przychodzi po Muzach. Dwie uwagi o sztuce w dniu dzisiejszym
The Girl Who Comes after the Muses –Two Notes on Contemporary Art
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This article presents two opposing opinions on the condition of modern art. These have been authored by a philosopher, Jean-Luc Nancy, and a scholar in Indo-European culture, Bernard Sergent. The former states that modern art has very favorable conditions for development and presentation. In his opinion, most recent works of art constitute a continuation of Hegel’s figure of a young girl, discussed in the article on the example of Alina Szapocznikow’s sculpture Trudny wiek. The latter, however, judges the condition of art very severely, especially considering the situation of French museums and art galleries in recent years. This issue, however, has a much broader reach and can easily be applied to the situation in Poland. The author of the article does not settle this dispute, but leaves the final judgment to the reader.
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