Work of art-culturalism and training on cultural heritage
AbstractIt has been recently published a volume entitled "The Art historians and the plague" where a series of interviews is followed by the statement: "while the cultural heritage 'is moribund', the work of art-culturalism (i.e. overemphasis of cultural themes in a work of art) reigns supreme". With regard to this, some considerations are stated and some statements, listed on the volume, are discussed: the motivations are due to the experience gained in the field, and to the aim of giving real answers for the cultural heritage conservation and improvement.
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Lorusso, S., & Strinati, C. (2006). Work of art-culturalism and training on cultural heritage. Conservation Science in Cultural Heritage, 6(1), 311–316. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.1973-9494/485
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