Mapping Art History in the Digital Era

Mapping Art History in the Digital Era

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Mapping Art History in the Digital Era

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Sebastián Lozano, Jorge
This document is a artículoDate2021

Just as for the rest of the humanities, a roadmap for the discipline of art history in the past few decades would show a tangle of unexpected turns. Art history has undergone the linguistic turn, the material turn, the pictorial turn, the global turn, and, of course, the spatial turn, to name a few; what is more, there is the discipline's recent convergence with digital technologies. Already in 2004, while reviewing two recent contributions to the field, Larry Silver could assert in The Art Bulletin that "art is created as much in place as in time, making some self-aware form of artistic geography essential to the future of the discipline."1 Much more recently, Paul Jaskot hailed spatial analysis as "the most productive point of intersection [of art history] with digital methods."
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