James Turrell’s Invisible Visibility at the Jewish Museum

Berlin Art Link review of James Turrell at Jewish Museum

The philosopher and art writer Arthur Danto argued that with the advent of Andy Warhol’s Brillo boxes, visual art reached an end point of sorts. No longer was the object an artist created the significant work—Warhol’s boxes were materially identical to the company’s actual storage containers—but rather a work’s value rested in its philosophical implications.… Read more »