The slick, spotless, smooth, and spick-and-span is the hallmark of our times. It’s what Jeff Koons’s sculptures, iPhones, and Brazilian waxing have in common. Why is the sleek so attractive to us nowadays? Aesthetics aside, it reflects a general soci
The road toward the disintegration of art perhaps began in the the year 1917, when Marcel Duchamp signed his Fountain urinal with the pseudonym R. Mutt. It continued, although without a good part of the talent and intellectual sophistication of Ducha
Las propuestas de Koons y Murakami han reactivado el debate sobre las relaciones entre arte contemporáneo y rédito económico.