Kunst und Philosophie

Original und Fälschung

€ 16.80

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Kunst und Philosophie
Original und Fälschung

Ed. Julian Nida-Rümelin, Jakob Steinbrenner, text(s) by Jens Kulenkampff, Maria E. Reicher, Wolfgang Ullrich, Reinold Schmücker, Lars Blunck, graphic design by Büro Sieveking

Series: Kunst und Philosophie


2011. 120 pp., 8 ills.


16.70 x 21.40 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-2690-0

Does beauty have a purpose? What is “real” art? Can pictures lie? Finding answers to these key questions in art theory, from the perspective of analytic philosophy, is the goal of this two-year-long series of events at five German museums, organized by the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and the German Federal Cultural Foundation. Each volume in this five-part series of books documents the series of events at one of the museums and focuses on one theme, such as design, the mediation of art, or photography.

The third volume is devoted to the topics discussed at the conference held at the Staatliches Museum, Schwerin, and it investigates the complicated theme of original/copy/forgery, taking particular account of the visual arts.

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