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Unformatted text preview: analyzing the postmodernistic piece Andy Warhol’s Diamond Dust Shoes. 1. Jameson said that theres no way the image could offer no emotion or feeling, but then contrasted it with Rilke’s painting “magical flowers” which “looks back at you” and through the detailed greek torso “warn the bourgeois subjectto change his life”. 2. It is black and white, a dead image that doesn’t even relate to Warhol’s past job in the graphic marketing. It doesn’t even reflect the already superficial postmodern area as it has no influence from this era’s new sense of technology, etc. it is utterly a dead image. “what you see is what you get.” b. Weakening of histocrocity c. ?? 3. Conc...
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- Spring '11
- Museum of Modern Art, Jameson, i. Modernism art