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PL EN. Search Browse About. Article details. Link to site. Article title. Full texts: Download. Title variants. Languages of publication. At the beginning of the twentieth century, artists interested in abstract art had to make, in a sense, an ideological choice — abstraction was one of the important strategic projects of modernism. The goal of abstract artists was to produce abstract paintings which were not connected with historic tradition of imaging; i.
As the result of their attitudes, which still prevailed in a few decades after World War II, slowly lost its momentum; disputes and debates about abstract painting became less and less loud.
In postmodernist era, abstraction was no longer connected with choosing ideas or ideology or artistic trend ; it is not an artistic acknowledgement of faith. Abstract art is one of many possible trends which artists may follow. A good example of changing attitudes are so called abstract paintings by G. Richter, an eminent painter, who is mostly interested in figurative art.
For Richter, the connection between the reality and pictures is of secondary importance. He said: My paintings include no objects, they themselves are the objects. The analysis of his works and a number of his statements shows that there is no fundamental difference between the figurative and abstract painting. Richter reaches for abstraction as if reaching for another motif, which is well-established among other classical motifs. Lambert Wiesing, a German philosopher who writes on the theories of images, analyzes artistic strategies associated with abstraction in photography and theoretical assumptions on which they are based.
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