Why All Contemporary Art Is Condemned to Die

Flavorwire | Jonathan Sturgeon:

It might surprise readers in 2016 that we still have aesthetic philosophers who aren’t merely monkish professors, at least not in their writing. Not only that, I would argue that some of the craziest thinking committed to the page is now done by aesthetic philosophers, many of whom are shunned by orthodoxy (especially Marxist orthodoxy) and relegated to presses that (for some reason) even our most high-minded thinkers never read… Read more

Image: Soheila Sokhanvari, “Moje Sabz,” 2011, taxidermy, fibreglass, jesmonite blob, automobile paint, 170 x 230 x 140 cm. Source