European Aestheticism And Spanish American Modernismo: Artist Protagonists and the Philosophy of Art for Art's Sake by K. ComfortEuropean Aestheticism And Spanish American Modernismo: Artist Protagonists and the Philosophy of Art for Art's Sake by K. Comfort

European Aestheticism And Spanish American Modernismo: Artist Protagonists and the Philosophy of…

byK. Comfort

Hardcover | June 13, 2011

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Locating a shared interest in the philosophy of "art for art's sake" in aestheticism and modernismo , this study examines the changing role of art and artist during the turn-of-the-century period, offering a consideration of the multiple dichotomies of art and life, aesthetics and economics, production and consumption, and center and periphery.
KELLY COMFORT is Assistant Professor in the School of Modern Languages at Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. She edited and introduced the volumeArt and Life in Aestheticism: De-Humanizing and Re-Humanizing Art, the Artist, and the Artistic Receptorand is author of various essays on fin-de-siècle European and Spanish American litera...
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Title:European Aestheticism And Spanish American Modernismo: Artist Protagonists and the Philosophy of…Format:HardcoverDimensions:180 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.5 inPublished:June 13, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230278094

ISBN - 13:9780230278097

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Acknowledgements Introduction: European Aestheticism and Spanish American Modernismo: Re-Defining the Role of Art and the Artist at the Turn of the Century PART I: THE ARTIST AVOIDS 'ART FOR LIFE'S SAKE' The Artist as Critic and Liar, the Unreal and Amoral as Art in Oscar Wilde The Artist as Creative Receptor, the Subjective Impression as Art in José Asunción Silva PART II: THE ARTIST PROTESTS "ART FOR THE MARKET'S SAKE" The Artist as Elitist Taster, the Unprofaned and Unconsumed as Art in J.-K. Huysmans The Artist as Creator not Producer, the Unsold and Unappreciated as Art in Rubén Darío PART III: THE ARTIST PROMOTES 'LIFE FOR ART'S SAKE' The Artist as Dandy-Aesthete, the Self as Art in Oscar Wilde and Thomas Mann The Artist as Dandy-Fl'neur, the World as Art in Manuel Gutiérrez Nájera and Julián de Casal Notes Works Cited Index