L’Anti-art est un ensemble de concepts et d'attitudes qui rejettent l’art et peuvent prendre la forme d'art ou non,. Le terme a été utilisé pour la première fois par Marcel Duchamp[réf. nécessaire].Certaines formes d'anti-art « rejettent seulement certains aspects de l'art ». Selon le cas, elles rejettent les normes artistiques conventionnelles, le marché de l’art, la haute culture, l’individualisme en art, ou l’universalité de l’art.D’autres formes d’anti-art « rejettent l’art entièrement ».

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  • L’Anti-art est un ensemble de concepts et d'attitudes qui rejettent l’art et peuvent prendre la forme d'art ou non,. Le terme a été utilisé pour la première fois par Marcel Duchamp[réf. nécessaire].Certaines formes d'anti-art « rejettent seulement certains aspects de l'art ». Selon le cas, elles rejettent les normes artistiques conventionnelles, le marché de l’art, la haute culture, l’individualisme en art, ou l’universalité de l’art.D’autres formes d’anti-art « rejettent l’art entièrement ». Selon le cas, elles rejettent l’art en tant que champ séparé ou en tant que spécialité, l’art considéré comme une forme d’oppression, la séparation entre la vie et l’art ou l’existence même de l’art.
  • 反芸術(はんげいじゅつ、Anti-art)は芸術作品に対する定義で、伝統的な展覧会の文脈の中で展示されながら、真剣な芸術をあざ笑うかのような内容を持つ作品、また芸術というものの本質を問い直し変質させてしまうような作品のこと。さらに既存の芸術という枠組みを逸脱するような芸術思想や芸術運動のこと。ダダイスムによるオブジェや自動筆記による文学、ナンセンス詩など、挑発的な芸術形態が「反芸術」と呼ばれたが、芸術の枠がある限り、反芸術はいつでもどこでも出現する可能性がある。また20世紀美術の歴史は、反芸術が芸術の範囲を押し広げた結果ともいえる。
  • Anti-arte è qualsiasi opera che può essere esposta in un contesto "tradizionale" ma che di fatto denigra l'arte stessa o ne stravolge la natura. Il termine è da attribuirsi all'artista franco-americano Marcel Duchamp, il cui lavoro Fountain - un urinale - fu il primo esempio del genere. Con la sua opera, Duchamp metteva in discussione la funzione stessa dell'arte e dell'artista in un momento storico in cui restava poco spazio di azione per l'artista nella società. Si trattava, quindi, di un intervento provocatorio, che mirava a far riflettere sulla capacità del gesto artistico di nobilitare anche la realtà comune più bassa e volgare. L'artista, per il fatto stesso di essere tale, propone agli spettatori oggetti banali, come una ruota di bicicletta o un urinale, e li fa diventare opera d'arte.Queste riflessioni hanno poi portato ad una reinterpretazione globale della figura dell'artista, che è sfociata in una valorizzazione del gesto artistico più che dell'oggetto artistico in sé.L'opera di Duchamp ha a che fare col movimento Dada; si noti però che mentre quest'ultimo fu di per sé limitato all'Europa occidentale del primo '900, l'anti-arte ebbe maggiore diffusione.Esempi di anti-arte si hanno, infatti, fino ai giorni nostri: da Duchamp in poi, diversi movimenti artistici sperimentano l'anti-arte.
  • Anti-art is a loosely-used term applied to an array of concepts and attitudes that reject prior definitions of art and question art in general. Anti-art tends to conduct this questioning and rejection from the vantage point of art. The term is associated with the Dada movement and is generally accepted as attributable to Marcel Duchamp pre-World War I around 1914, when he began to use found objects as art. It was used to describe revolutionary forms of art. The term was used later by the Conceptual artists of the 1960s to describe the work of those who claimed to have retired altogether from the practice of art, from the production of works which could be sold.An expression of anti-art can take the form of art or not. In general, anti-art rejects only some aspects of art. Depending on the case, "anti-artworks" may reject conventional artistic standards.Anti-artworks may also reject the art market, and high art. Anti-artworks may reject individualism in art. Anti-art may reject "universality" as an accepted factor in art, and some forms of anti-art reject art entirely. Depending on the case, anti-art artworks may reject art as a separate realm or as a specialization.Anti-art artworks may reject art based upon a consideration of art as being oppressive of a segment of the population.Anti-art artworks may articulate a disagreement with the generally supposed notion of there being a separation between art and life. Indeed, anti-art artworks may voice a question as to whether "art" really exists or not. "Anti-art" has been referred to as a "paradoxical neologism," in that its ostensible opposition to art has been observed concurring with staples of twentieth-century art or "modern art," in particular art movements that have self-consciously sought to transgress traditions or institutions. Anti-art itself is not a distinct art movement, however. This would tend to be indicated by the time it spans—longer than that usually spanned by art movements. Some art movements though, are labeled "anti-art." The Dada movement is generally considered the first anti-art movement; the term anti-art itself is said to have been coined by Dadaist Marcel Duchamp around 1914, and his ready-mades have been cited as early examples of anti-art objects. Theodor W. Adorno in Aesthetic Theory (1970) stated that "...even the abolition of art is respectful of art because it takes the truth claim of art seriously."Anti-art has become generally accepted by the artworld to be art, although some people still reject Duchamp's readymades as art, for instance the Stuckist group of artists, who are "anti-anti-art".
  • Para aclarar la idea de lo que es un movimiento antiarte se debe definir primero lo que es "arte". Una de las definiciones más aceptadas, menciona al arte como el acto ligado a las emociones, relacionado estrechamente con la creación y apreciación de la belleza, entendiendo la belleza como aquella cualidad contenida en un objeto que satisface las necesidades de un sujeto. Junto a ello, la historia se ha encargado de inmortalizar de manera notoria a aquellos creadores que lo realizaban manifestando un dominio de las técnicas a niveles de excelencia. Esto no sólo los separaba del resto de los hombres, sino que los hacía merecedores de la admiración y respeto de los círculos de poder.
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  • L’Anti-art est un ensemble de concepts et d'attitudes qui rejettent l’art et peuvent prendre la forme d'art ou non,. Le terme a été utilisé pour la première fois par Marcel Duchamp[réf. nécessaire].Certaines formes d'anti-art « rejettent seulement certains aspects de l'art ». Selon le cas, elles rejettent les normes artistiques conventionnelles, le marché de l’art, la haute culture, l’individualisme en art, ou l’universalité de l’art.D’autres formes d’anti-art « rejettent l’art entièrement ».
  • 反芸術(はんげいじゅつ、Anti-art)は芸術作品に対する定義で、伝統的な展覧会の文脈の中で展示されながら、真剣な芸術をあざ笑うかのような内容を持つ作品、また芸術というものの本質を問い直し変質させてしまうような作品のこと。さらに既存の芸術という枠組みを逸脱するような芸術思想や芸術運動のこと。ダダイスムによるオブジェや自動筆記による文学、ナンセンス詩など、挑発的な芸術形態が「反芸術」と呼ばれたが、芸術の枠がある限り、反芸術はいつでもどこでも出現する可能性がある。また20世紀美術の歴史は、反芸術が芸術の範囲を押し広げた結果ともいえる。
  • Anti-art is a loosely-used term applied to an array of concepts and attitudes that reject prior definitions of art and question art in general. Anti-art tends to conduct this questioning and rejection from the vantage point of art. The term is associated with the Dada movement and is generally accepted as attributable to Marcel Duchamp pre-World War I around 1914, when he began to use found objects as art. It was used to describe revolutionary forms of art.
  • Anti-arte è qualsiasi opera che può essere esposta in un contesto "tradizionale" ma che di fatto denigra l'arte stessa o ne stravolge la natura. Il termine è da attribuirsi all'artista franco-americano Marcel Duchamp, il cui lavoro Fountain - un urinale - fu il primo esempio del genere. Con la sua opera, Duchamp metteva in discussione la funzione stessa dell'arte e dell'artista in un momento storico in cui restava poco spazio di azione per l'artista nella società.
  • Para aclarar la idea de lo que es un movimiento antiarte se debe definir primero lo que es "arte". Una de las definiciones más aceptadas, menciona al arte como el acto ligado a las emociones, relacionado estrechamente con la creación y apreciación de la belleza, entendiendo la belleza como aquella cualidad contenida en un objeto que satisface las necesidades de un sujeto.
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