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Art, disability and culture – the origin of the disabled artist

Authors

SOCHOR Pavel

Year of publication 2014
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference LWOWSKO RZESZOWSKIE ZESZYTY NAUKOWE
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Citation
Field Pedagogy and education
Keywords art; modernism; postmodernism; disability; socio-cultural environment; artefact; art brut; outsider art; inclusion; creation
Description This article deals with social and cultural changes in Europe leading towards new forms of art. The ideas of modernism and postmodernism in art transferred the European societies and opened the galleries for non-conventional ways of expression. M. Duchamp, P. Picasso, P. Klee and J. Dubuffet identified disability not only as an inspiration for art but also recognized people with disabilities as authors of art works.
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