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  1. Glenn Russell Glenn Russell says:

    A leading Marxist of his time Hungarian art historian Arnold Hauser 1892 1978 reflected deeply and wrote extensively on how changes in society and social institutions and organizations influence art The Philosophy of Art History is a collection of six detailed essays where the author addresses such topics as psychoanalysis and art the concept of art history folk art and popular art and the sociology of art As a way of providing a taste of what a reader will discover in these pages I will include uotes along with my comments on this last topic the sociology of art specifically outlined in Hauser’s first essay Introduction The Scope and Limitations of a Sociology of Art “A work of art is a challenge; we do not explain it we adjust ourselves to it” The author makes an excellent point one fundamental reuirement we resist the urge on first viewing to “explain” the work of art in terms of our preconceived notions or categories; rather we accept the challenge the work of art offers and permit ourselves to become vulnerable in our encounter and let the art speak to us and possibly even move us “In interpreting a work of art we draw upon our own aims and endeavors inform it with a meaning that has its origin in our own ways of life and thought In a word any art that really affects us becomes to that extent modern art” For example if we read Crime and Punishment we color the novel plot characters events language with our own specific memories and experiences; in a way Dostoyevsky’s work becomes our Crime and Punishment and thus a 21st century novel Same applies to a cubist painting of Picasso or a Symphony of Mozart Personally I find this way of looking at art a particularly creative approach “We are now living in the day of the sociological interpretation of cultural achievements This day will not last forever and it will not have the last word” Very humble statement from a man who spent his entire professional life studying and writing on the sociological context of art and culture And what the author says is true thousands of articles reviews and books have been written evaluating artists and writers in the context of her or his society culture epoch; true today as it was true back in 1958 when Arnold Hauser penned these words However like anything else if it takes 10 years 100 years or 1000 years our current methods of evaluating art will change “But the exponents of the theory “art for art’s sake” maintain that any reference to actualities beyond the work of art must irretrievably destroy its aesthetic illusion That may be correct and yet this aesthetic illusion is not all to produce it is not the exclusive or the most important aim of the artistic endeavor” Let’s take an obvious example a war memorial where the intention of the organization funding the work is to commemorate and memorialize those who participated in the war Certainly the war memorial might have an aesthetic appeal it might even be beautiful I personally find the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington to be of high aesthetic uality but this is not the war memorial’s primary reason for being However pertaining to claims of “art for art’s sake I think it wise to evaluate such claims one work at a time “If we do not know or even want to know the aims that the artist was pursuing through his work – his aim to inform to convince to influence people – then we do not get much farther in understanding his art than the ignorant spectator who judges a football game simply by the beauty of the players’ movement” Such a statement can be tricky Let’s take the World Cup – when a team fails to score and loses that country’s players coaches and fans are disappointed no matter how beautiful the players' movements But if we look at a Cirue du Soleil performance the dynamics are not at all the same acrobats and dancers perform successfully when all their movements are beautiful; there are no ends beyond the beauty of perfectly executed movement The point being in some art and performance we need not concern ourselves with the artist’s aim beyond the art or performance itself “Every honest attempt to discover the truth and depict things faithfully is a struggle against one’s own subjectivity and partiality one’s individual and class interests; one can seek to become aware of these as a source of error while realizing that they can never be finally excluded” Again this can be tricky For example Karl Ove Knausgaard leans heavily on his own subjective experience matter of fact his experience is the juice of his writing – rather than attempting to exclude his feelings and individuality he mines his feelings and individuality as the very subject of his novels “It is no than an idle dream to suppose that social justice and artistic worth in any way coincide that one can draw any conclusion with regard to the aesthetic success or failure of a work of art from the social conditions under which it has been produced” How true A free open society does not necessarily produce all great or even good artists and writers; a oppressive unfree “bad” society does not necessarily produce all bad artists and writers Case in point One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn


  2. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The philosophy of Art History Arnold Hauserتاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه سپتامبر سال 1984 میلادیعنوان فلسفه تاریخ هنر ؛ نویسنده آرنولد هاوزر؛ مترجم محمدتقی فرامرزی؛ تهران، نگاه، 1363؛ در 522 ص؛ چاپ سوم 1388؛ شابک 9789643511685؛ موضوع تاریخ هنر؛ فلسفه هنر؛ هنر و روان شناسی؛ هنر و اجتماع قرن 20 ما شربیانی


  3. Nina Nina says:

    kinda spicy not gonna lie


  4. Derar Alqudah Derar Alqudah says:

    arnold hauser


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Philosophie der Kunstgeschichte ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Philosophie der Kunstgeschichte Author Arnold Hauser – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The philosophy of Art History Arnold Hauserعنوان فلسفه تاریخ هنر ؛ نویسنده آرنولد هاوزر؛ مترجم محمدتقی فرامرزی؛ تهران، نگاه، 1363؛ The philosophy of Art History Arnold Hauserعنوان فلسفه تاریخ هنر ؛ نویسنده آرنولد هاوزر؛ مترجم محمدتقی فرامرزی؛ تهران، نگاه، ؛ در ص؛ چاپ سوم ؛ شابک ؛ موضوع تاریخ هنر؛ فلسفه هنر؛ هنر و روان شناسی؛ هنر و اجتماع قرن م.

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  • 21 September 2015

About the Author: Arnold Hauser

Arnold Hauser was born in Temesvar now Timisoara Romania to a family of assimilated Jews He studied history of art and literature at the universities of Budapest Vienna Berlin and Paris In Paris his teacher was Henri Bergson who influenced him deeply To earn extra income he reported on art literature and cultural events for the Temesvári Philosophie der MOBI :Ê Hírlap Temesvár News For a period he was a tea.