MUSEUM MEMORIES - HISTORY, TECHNOLOGY, ART
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MUSEUM MEMORIES - HISTORY, TECHNOLOGY, ART

From its inception in the early nineteenth century, the museum has been more than a mere historical object; it has manufactured an image of history. In collecting past artifacts, the museum gives shape and presence to history, defining the space of a ritual encounter with the past. The museum believes in history, yet it behaves as though history could be summarized and completed. By building a monument to the end of history and lifting art out of the turmoil of historical survival, the museum is said to dehistoricize the artwork. It replaces historicity with historiography, and living history turns into timelessness.
Editora: STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
ISBN: 0804736049
ISBN13: 9780804736046
Edição: 1ª Edição - 1999
Número de Páginas: 344
Acabamento: PAPERBACK
por R$ 76,90