Against Affective Formalism: Matisse, Bergson, Modernism

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For nearly fifty years the humanities have been confined by a series of critiques: of the subject, of representation, of the visual, of modernism, of autonomy, of intention, of art itself. In their place various \u201cmaterialities\u201d have appeared: signs, identities, bodies, history, and works. Against Affective Formalism challenges these orthodoxies.\u201cWhat I am after, above all, is expression,\u201d Henri Matisse declared. Matisse believed that through the careful arrangement of line and color he could transmit his ...

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