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Índex, revista de arte contemporáneo

versión On-line ISSN 2477-9199versión impresa ISSN 1390-4825


CARDENAS-CHAPA, Eugenia. Postmodern Aesthetic Thinking In photography. Índex [online]. 2019, n.7, pp.20-25. ISSN 2477-9199.

The work of art can not be understood without knowing the moment to which the artist belongs and the environment that surrounds it. Hence, the concept of aesthetics is mutable. If aesthetics is a reflection of feeling, there are three historical moments that describe this mutation: Ancient Age, Great Theory and Modernity. In each era there is a reigning character, a model that contemporaries celebrate and whose empathy with the public establishes the type of works of art that predominate. In Postmodernism, these are the result of innovation and the artist is determined by his ability to reinvent himself. Photography has a different language from the other arts: it is real, replicable, discursive, narrative; for this reason, it transmits, as never before, the feeling of a disenchanted society that needs this reality to recover its sense of identity, turning it into the masterpiece of Postmodernism.

Palabras clave : Photography; Postmodernism; aesthetics; Society of the Spectacle.

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