Art & Culture

The box on the third shelf second to the left | Nonconformist Art

For an art writer or art historian it is always interesting to find artworks, artists or a period that the artwork has been created in, to name it, categorize it, find similar examples from the same region or continent, from a similar time period, box them all and shelve it in the linear time of art history. To prove the hypothesis that this box truly belongs to the archive, we find reasonings and historical events and context that allow us to keep the box on the shelf. When all the other art historians agree, we start calling these artists after the title we have given them, even though the artists themselves never knew that they would be part of this box.
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