Seven Days In The Art World PDF

Seven Days In The Art World PDF

Download Seven Days In The Art World PDF by Sarah Thornton published in 2008.


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    On the other side of America, at the California Institute of the Arts, or CalArts, as it is affectionately known, a very different part of the art world looks for multiple meanings in artworks whose financial worth is—at this moment, anyway—negligible. I’m sitting alone in F200, a windowless classroom with cement walls in which long-life fluorescent lights cast a gray glow.
    The CalArts building feels like an underground bunker meant to protect those within from the mindless seductions of the Southern California sun. I survey the thin brown carpet, forty chairs, four tables, two chalkboards, and alone jumbo beanbag, trying to imagine how great artists get made in this airless institutional space.

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    • Language: English
    • Name of the Book: Seven Days In The Art World
    • Number of Pages: 36
    • Format: PDF
    • Author: Sarah Thornton
    • Published in: 2008

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    At precisely 10 A.M., Michael Asher enters. He has a stoop and a bowlegged gait. Asher is the longtime teacher of the legendary crit class that takes place in this room. (A “crit” is a seminar in which student-artists present their work for collective critique.) Ascetic and otherworldly, Asher comes across as a monk in street clothes. He peers at me through his dark-rimmed glasses with greatly magnified eyes and neutral curiosity. He has given me permission to audit today’s class, but I’m forbidden to speak, because to do so would disturb “the chemistry.”