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Figure 1. Procession of Triumphal Spoils in the Passageway of the Arch of Titus. Wikimedia Commons. Introduction Vandalism, usually the destruction, defacement, or desecration of…

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Bamiyan, Vandalism, and the Sublime |  James Janowski

Bamiyan, Vandalism, and the Sublime | James Janowski

The shock caused by the image of such destruction can easily inhibit thought on the event.1 —Jean François-Clément I. Introduction In March 2001, on the…

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Images in the Piazza: The Destruction of a Work by Maurizio Cattelan (Milan, May 2004) | Flaminia Gennari-Santori

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The one thing to say about art and life is that art is art and life is life. —Ad Reinhart, 1962 In May 2004, a…

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