The Devil in the Gallery: How Scandal, Shock, and Rivalry Shaped the Art World
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Tantor Media, Inc., 2021.
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6h 11m 0s
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Noah Charney., Noah Charney|AUTHOR., & Julian Elfer|READER. (2021). The Devil in the Gallery: How Scandal, Shock, and Rivalry Shaped the Art World . Tantor Media, Inc..

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Noah Charney, Noah Charney|AUTHOR and Julian Elfer|READER. 2021. The Devil in the Gallery: How Scandal, Shock, and Rivalry Shaped the Art World. Tantor Media, Inc.

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Noah Charney, Noah Charney|AUTHOR and Julian Elfer|READER. The Devil in the Gallery: How Scandal, Shock, and Rivalry Shaped the Art World Tantor Media, Inc, 2021.

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Noah Charney, Noah Charney|AUTHOR, and Julian Elfer|READER. The Devil in the Gallery: How Scandal, Shock, and Rivalry Shaped the Art World Tantor Media, Inc., 2021.

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But these potentially disastrous "negatives" can and have spurred the world of fine art to new heights. A look at the history of art tells us that rivalries have, in fact, not only benefited the course of art, from ancient times to the present, but have also helped shape our narrative of art, lending it a sense of drama that it might otherwise lack, and therefore drawing the interest of a public who might not be drawn to the objects alone.

The Devil in the Gallery is a guided tour of the history of art through it scandals, rivalries, and shocking acts, each of which resulted in a positive step forward for art in general and, in most cases, for the careers of the artists in question. In addition to telling dozens of stories of such dramatic moments and arguing how they not only affected the history of art but affected it for the better, we will also examine the proactive role of the recipients of these intentionally dramatic actions: The art historians, the critics and even you, the general public. The Devil likes to lurk in dark corners of the art world, morphing into many forms. Let us shed light upon him.
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