Malraux, l'art et le temps: Un defi a l'esthetique traditionnelle (Malraux, art and time: A challenge to traditional aesthetics)
One of the most remarkable contributions that André Malraux made to the theory of art is his explanation of the relationship between art and time: his argument that art transcends time through a process of metamorphosis. This proposition, which replaces the traditional belief that art resists time because it is eternal or immortal, poses a major challenge to traditional aesthetics. This article examines the notion of metamorphosis and the challenge it represents.
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