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Oskar Bätschmann ´ The Artist in the Modern World The Conflict Between Market and Self Expression book Ract the public and to procure an income for themselves These tasks introduced an array of new problems for artists from uestions about artistic freedom to the social duty of the artist from the identification of artists as the avant garde of society and art to the latent aggression of the public Artist in the Modern World PDFEPUB or and art critics In his examination of years of art history the author uncovers reciprocal relations between the production of art and its representation between exhibitions and an aggressive cheering public and between animosity toward the artist and admiration The final chapter of the bookpresents a fascinating selection of largely unknown writings from the eighteenth through twentieth centuries dealing with the history and problems of exhibition artists