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by Klaus Ottmann

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Author: Klaus Ottmann
ISBN: 0882145754
ISBN13: 978-0882145754
Language: English
Publisher: Spring Publications; 1st edition (February 19, 2004)
Pages: 182
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The author of numerous books and essays on art ranging from Michelangelo to Mark Rothko and Wolfgang Laib presents a postmodern reevaluation of genius

The author of numerous books and essays on art ranging from Michelangelo to Mark Rothko and Wolfgang Laib presents a postmodern reevaluation of genius. OTTMANN's thoughts in this study should be considered as fragments that form a horizon of conceptual events across the aesthetical and ethical discourses of five of Western philosophy's most influential thinkers: Spinoza.

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Klaus Ottmann (born 1954 in Nuremberg, Germany) is a writer and art curator . His publications include Yves Klein by Himself: His Life and Thought, The Genius Decision: The Extraordinary and the Postmodern Condition, and The Essential Mark Rothko.

Klaus Ottmann (born 1954 in Nuremberg, Germany) is a writer and art curator, currently Chief Curator and Deputy Director for Academic Affairs at The Phillips Collection in Washington, .

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The Genius Decision : The Extraordinary and the Postmodern Condition. While there is no essentialist quality of genius, the postmodern artist can reach the extraordinary by way of an active-passive Genius Decision, which is engaged in an activity of failure in its desire to represent the nonrepresentable.

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Find nearly any book by Klaus Ottmann. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Human Argument: The Writings of Agnes Denes (Spring Publications). ISBN 9780882145693 (978-0-88214-569-3) Softcover, Spring Publications, 2008.

The Genius Decision: The Extraordinary and the Postmodern Condition, by Klaus Ottmann. The most optimistic ethics have all begun by emphasizing the element of failure involved in the condition of man; without failure, no ethics. Simone de Beauvoir, The Ethics of Ambiguity1. Failure is an inescapable part of the human condition. It is also an inescapable part of extraordinary human achievement.

While there is no essentialist quality of genius, the postmodern artist can reach the extraordinary by way of an active-passive Genius Decision, which is engaged in. .Library descriptions.

While there is no essentialist quality of genius, the postmodern artist can reach the extraordinary by way of an active-passive Genius Decision, which is engaged in an activity of failure in its desire to represent the nonrepresentable.

The Genius Decision: The Extraordinary and the Postmodern Condition, ISBN 978-0-88214-575-4. Philipps Collection Names Klaus Ottmann Curator at Large. Thought Through My Eyes: Writings on Art, 1977–2005, ISBN 978-0-88214-578-5. Overcoming the Problematics of Art: The Writings of Yves Klein, ISBN 978-0-88214-568-6 (translator). Retrieved 2010-11-09. Journal of Contemporary Art.

Klaus Ottmann is a philosopher, writer, and curator based in New York. He has written numerous essays on art, design, and philosophy, and is the author of The Genius Decision: The Extraordinary and the Postmodern Condition; The Essential Michelangelo; The Essential Mark Rothko; Wolfgang Laib: A Retrospective; and James Lee Byars: Life, Love, and Death. He is the curator of the sixth SITE Santa Fe international biennial, which takes place between July and December 2006.

While there is no essentialist quality of genius, the postmodern artist can reach the extraordinary by way of an active-passive Genius Decision, which is engaged in an activity of failure in its desire to represent the nonrepresentable.

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