Harold Rosenberg Quote

The internationalization of art becomes a factor contributing to the estrangement of art from the artist. The sum of works of all times and places stands against him as an entity with objectives and values of its own. In turn, since becoming aware of the organized body of artworks as the obstacle to his own aesthetic self-affirmation, the artist is pushed toward anti-intellectualism and willful dismissal of the art of the past.


p. 137, "Criticism and Its Premises" - Art on the Edge, (1975)

Picture Quote 1

The internationalization of art becomes a factor contributing to the estrangement of art from the artist. The sum of works of all times and places...

Picture Quote 2

The internationalization of art becomes a factor contributing to the estrangement of art from the artist. The sum of works of all times and places...

Picture Quote 3

The internationalization of art becomes a factor contributing to the estrangement of art from the artist. The sum of works of all times and places...

Picture Quote 4

The internationalization of art becomes a factor contributing to the estrangement of art from the artist. The sum of works of all times and places...