Online, Anything and Everything Can Be a Museum Piece

March 30, 2005

In the 1960’s, deep in the age of MoMA, Andy Warhol painted a stack of plywood cubes to look like Brillo boxes. That was the end of art, the philosopher and art critic Arthur Danto proclaimed. He didn’t mean that after Warhol there would be no more art, but rather that anything could be art.

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