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What Makes A Work Of Art Seem Dated?
"Why do some things seamlessly slip from their temporal context? When does something cross from historically appropriate to 'dated'? And is there a time window for datedness, a kind of reverse statute of limitations, beyond which things are doomed by their historical patina?"
The New Yorker 07/01/13
Posted July 3, 2013 12:55 AM
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