LOUIS DOULAS is a Master’s candidate in Philosophy at Brandeis University.
JUL-AUG 2015 | Art
Our concept of painting is notoriously vague. Arguably, any of our categories and concepts of art are. But the theoretical means used to characterize and essentialize painting over the previous several decades is all too well known; today its uncontroversially understood that painting constitutes almost anything, if it does not already constitute everything.