Is the Definition of a Painting,

at this point in history, Painterly Intent ?

Robert Irwin at Pace-Wildenstein, and Varese Scrim, 1973. at the Guggenheim. Who’s Afraid of Red Yellow and Blue, 2006 reviewed by David Grosz in the New York Sun.

 Maybe that has been true since the Armory Show of 1917 ?

“Photograph of  Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain”. (Urinal “readymade” signed with joke name; early example of “Dada” art). A paradigmatic example of found-art.”  Wikipedia

The Blind Man No. 2, page 4. Editors: Henri-Pierre Roche, Beatrice Wood, and Marcel Duchamp. Published in New York, May 1917 Fountain by Marcel Duchamp. 1917. Photograph by Alfred Stieglitz.

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