The deep ludicrousness of lyric: The Poet in T. J. Clark
Tuesday, April 12, 2011 - 6:30 p.m.
Writer Ellen Levy will discuss the strange, fugitive role that poetry plays in the modern visual imaginary through a consideration of the place of lyric in the recent writings of art historian T.J. Clark. Poetry features only rarely in the history of modernism as retold by art historians-but as Clark writes, “lyric cannot be expunged from modernism, only repressed.” What happens when the repressed returns?
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