Thursday, 16 May 2013



Post Modernism is mostly about critically, strategically and rhetorically, which in post modernism there is difference, repetition, trace, simulacrum and hyperreality, to smooth function the presence, the identity, the historical progress, the epistemic certainty, and also the univocity. The first introduction of Postmodernism was on the philosophical lexicon in the year 1979, which was on the publishment on The Postmodern Condition which was done by the artist Jean-Francois Lyotard. Other figures where layed down the authority in the economy section.
The appropriate definition for Postmodernism is the movement of the artist which is listed as either arising after or in response to the topic modern art. This topic has also distributed in usage, in this topic there is also shown lack of approval against critics in the argument of whether postmodernism art in real life actually exists as an understatement movement or if it is a late outcome of modern art. The Postmodernism movement are in the years of the 1914 in Europe and also in the years 1962 and 1968 in the United States. Topics which are listed in Modern art are pastiche, appropriation and also the effect of the irony. Postmodernism’s meanings are the historical condition and the intentional movement. This can also show a wide variety of collections of the characteristics of the situation held, as shown in the former meaning, or it is also the reaction caused and also challenges in the modernism of the situation. Works related to the same topic are often stated as consumer culture, popular culture, globalization, the juxtaposition of such arts which art low standard and high standard, and also the part and equivalency of art in the community.

  • What Is Postmodern Art? (with picture). 2013. What Is Postmodern Art? (with picture). [ONLINE] Available at: [Accessed 16 May 2013].
  • Postmodernism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). 2013. Postmodernism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). [ONLINE] Available at: [Accessed 16 May 2013].

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