antiart

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

anti- +‎ art

Adjective[edit]

antiart ‎(comparative more antiart, superlative most antiart)

  1. Opposed to art, or to the concept of fine art
    • 1992 March 27, Fred Camper, “The Unordered Universe”, in Chicago Reader[1]:
      Some saw them, and other Rauschenberg works, as neo-Dada, antiart gestures, for example.

Noun[edit]

antiart ‎(uncountable)

  1. (art) Art created in opposition to the concept of art
    • 1989 June 16, Gary Kamiya, “Reading: Children of the Void”, in Chicago Reader[2]:
      The weakness exists within culture itself, in the form of certain desires, dreams, and deliriums called up by "entertainment," mass culture, by certain types of antiart.

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