The New Dr Great Art podcast, Episode 56: Academicism in Art. An ‚academicist‘ in the arts is someone who over-idealizes the art academy; one who follows the precepts taught there and insists others do so as well. Here is a short history of academicism and thoughts about the problem now.
#arthistory #academicism #postmodernism #markstaffbrandl
The new Dr Great Art podcast episode 55: Epistemology in Art. The philosophical analysis of the search for knowledge. Does it exist in art? How and what can we know? Will it replace the ubiquitous ontological expressions in Postmodernism? The Podcast link: http://drgreatart.libsyn.com/episode-55-epistemology-in-art
The new Dr Great Art podcast episode 54: Grief in Art.
A short, yet gloomy, podcast for summer. My mother Ruth Staff Brandl passed away very recently at the age of 87. In this tough, sad time, my mind still approaches the world through art, yet I find it hard to find any comfort therein. In our artworld nowadays, it seems almost ridiculous. Grief, though, like most important and complex human emotions, has been the subject or inspiration for many great works of art.
The Podcast link: http://drgreatart.libsyn.com/episode-54-grief-in-art
The New Dr Great Art podcast Episode 53: Dictatorship of the Consensoriat
The creation of a term for one of the problems in the artworld, one very obvious usually around June each year when we all go to the Basel Art Fair, often the Venice Biennale, documenta etc. A phrase for the convenient conformity of (small) minds to have identical tastes in order to achieve hegemony.
#arthistory #consensus #drgreatart #markstaffbrandl #postmodernart
The new Dr Great Art Podcast, Episode 52: Julia Kristeva, Metaphor as Resistance. Julia Kristeva, the a Bulgarian-French philosopher, offers in her theorization hope for resistance against ruling ideologies within artworks themselves. Artists can produce „openings“ by creating metaphors through serious play, turning rules upside down, displaying pleasure, laughter and poetry which include thoughtful critique — delightful, anarchistic, alternative visions that are embodiments of and empower other forms of resistance.
#arthistory #arttheory #metaphor #resistance #markstaffbrandl #drgreatart
Festival Brandl for
Baroque Painter PETR JAN BRANDL
Come to my Performance-Lecture, with projection on a painting
Komme bitte zu meinem Performance-Vortrag
Saturday 23 March 2019
16:00 / 4 pm
Dr Great Art / Mark Staff Brandl
„Petr Jan Brandl, the Baroque and Me; a Personal Story“
My great great great great great great great uncle.
Vila Štvanice, Prague, Czech Republic
Thanks, Danke, Děkuji,
The new Dr Great Art Podcast Episode 49: Performance-Paintings. Peaceable Kingdom, Georama, Kamishibai. Edward Hicks, John Banvard, Toba Sojo. Inspirations and antecedants for my Dr Great Art performance-lecture-paintings.
#arthistory #drgreatart #markstaffbrandl #performance #painting
The new Dr Great Podcast, Episode 47 „The Braid Model of Art History.“ The future art might is not posthistorical, but rather polyhistorical, plurogenic (multistrand), not monogenic (single strand). There are various models and/or master narratives of art history, from the immensely limited discussion of the traditional narrow canon to timorous avoidance of any timeline due to postmodern guilt, treating artworks as mere stand-ins for particular ideologies. The late art critic John Perreault and I have created a new, more transparent model: the Braid, or Braided Rope. See additional content for an image of the Braid Model.
Link to podcast: http://drgreatart.libsyn.com/episode-47-braid-model-of-art-history
Link to mentioned artwork version of the braid: http://traffic.libsyn.com/drgreata…/Brandl_Braid_18_pdf.pdf…
#arthistory #braidmodel #Metaphor