Humanitats

Arts plàstiques

Imagina’t que un dia entres en una galeria d’art i et trobes amb les següents quatre “obres d’art”:

Tom Friedman: Two By Four, 1990. Un llistó de fusta pintat amb acrílic per tal que s’assembli exactament a ell mateix. 121.9 x 9.5 x 4.5 cm. Venut per Christie’s New York el 17 de maig del 2000 per 25.850 $.

Koons_dog

Jeff Koons: Balloon Dog (Orange), 1994-2000. Crom, acer inoxidable amb revestiment de color transparent. 307,3 x 363,2 x 114,3 cm. Venut per Christie’s Nova York el 2013 per 58.405.000 $

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hirst_lullaby

Damien Hirst: Lullaby Spring, 2002. Armari amb 6.136 pastilles de bronze pintat. Venut a Londres el juny del 2007 per 19.200.000 $

 

 

 

 

 

Cattelan

Maurizio Cattelan: Untitled, 2001. Maniquí de cera, cabells naturals. 150 x 50 x 32 cm. Venut a Sotheby’s Nova York el 12 de maig del 2010 per 7.922.500 $

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Segurament, la primera cosa que et preguntaràs serà:

Aixo_es_art

Steve Platt: Però això és art?, 2009. Performance concebuda per Antony Gormley Fourth Plinth a Trafalgar Square, Londres

i tot seguit, potser pensaràs:

art_isnt_easy

Matthew Higgs: L’art no és fàcil, 2008. Impressió sobre paper. 40,6 x 50,8 cm.

I quan tot just anaves a sortir de la galeria et topes amb aquesta sala on hi ha escrit a la paret: En entrar a la zona creada per aquest dibuix, i pel període que hi romanguis, declares i acceptes que la constitució dels USA no se t’aplicarà.

I, a més, en el títol s’hi diu que l’artista no garanteix que pugui ser venuda com a obra d’art o que representi una obra d’art.

no_es_art

Carey Young: Declared Void, 2005. Dimensions variables. 337,8 x 337,8 cm.
«The artist does not guarantee that this piece can be sold as a work of art».
«The artist does not represent this to be a work of art».

Probablement, ja no entendràs res: pot un artista dir que la seva obra d’art exposada en una galeria d’art no és una obra d’art?

Si has arribat fins aquí, m’imagino que ja veus per on va aquesta assignatura del màster d’Humanitats, que està centrada en l’estudi i anàlisi d’obres del 1970 al 2014.

Podràs fer-ne un tast si accedeixes a una presentació sobre la genealogia de l’art contemporani, o sobre El Cos en l’art contemporani, o sobre els Temes de l’art Contemporani. I si vols tenir una primera idea sobre quins són els preus de l’art contemporani i què s’arriba a pagar en les subhastes per les obres del segle XX, pots consultar aquest recull de e més de 300 obres a El preu de les obres d’art contemporani.

Joan Campàs
jcampas@uoc.edu
Professor/consultor de l’assignatura – Aura digital

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