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The fact that in this connection Stockhausen speaks firmly of a "new beginning," and sees himself as having been set the task of carrying this out, attests to an already fundamentally present cultural problem consciousness and a creative commitment, as well as the insight that he is unable to find even a craftsmanly point of contact in the majority of contemporary art (the "old Germans" probably means contemporary poets who were corrupted by the Nazis, or at any rate those who drew no consequences from the immediate past).
An exhibition opening on March 28th (until July 13th) at the National Museum of American Art, American Frames from Whistler to John Marin, explores the shift in framing trends between the year 1870 to 1940, from the craftsmanly ideals employed by painters framing their own works in the early period, to the framing solutions of the Avantgarde after 1910.
A forgone conclusion, one might think: what contemporary reader will not prefer Hass, at least, both for his more tempered, craftsmanly style and for his liberal humanism?
And as we have seen, this metaphor for the coming into existence of things is not only craftsmanly, it is also obviously and inextricably reproductive.
Yet in retrospect his work is distinctively Latin American, for all its influences, and shows craftsmanly discipline.
It conveys a very different code from that which can be read in Gilpin's austere and almost Puritan piece, which in turn repudiates the lighthearted values of Maruyama's punk and rowdy artifact, which keeps its good craftsmanly manners hidden.
And despite their small internal scale, they never give a feeling of bittiness or craftsmanly meticulousness.