By Martin Jay, Ales Erjavec
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Additional info for Postmodernism and the Postsocialist Condition: Politicized Art under Late Socialism (Ahmanson-Murphy Fine Arts Book)
After the political changes implemented by Deng, which brought about economic changes effectively making China partially a market economy, the role of art dimin- 16 Alesˇ Erjavec ished further. It started in this respect to resemble that held by art in the contemporary European countries in transition: It is both a cruel and happy fate to be an artist in Reformist China. Cruel because chances of exhibiting one’s work are slight, recognition rare and distorting and there is little or no chance of having an impact on society at any level.
According to Cälin Dan, a member of this younger generation and of the group subreal, “Alternative culture had but two options: suicide or survival in the underground culture. ”32 But in Romania, these events took place late: The late ’80s brought a new oppression of dictatorship that has ruined the last attempts of Romanian art to assume modernity. Projects like The Sibiu Installations Workshop (Sibiu, 1986), The Space of the Mirror (Bucharest, 1987) and Alternatives (Bucharest, 1987) have been brutally disrupted by the activists of the Communist Party and by the Securitate.
Conceptualists grasped and unmasked the artiﬁcial nature, not only of Soviet literature, but of Soviet reality itself. Their works cannot be reduced to concepts, only because they are willfully and fundamentally deduced from them. . 72 Conceptualism was an “avant-garde” notion, designating both politicized art and the nonpoliticized art that was closely related to the avant-garde of the West. From its inception, Conceptualism in the socialist countries was an unofﬁcial art form, possessing at the same time the aura of elite art.
Postmodernism and the Postsocialist Condition: Politicized Art under Late Socialism (Ahmanson-Murphy Fine Arts Book) by Martin Jay, Ales Erjavec