Globalization and New Internationalism have quickly become two of the most common and comprehensive theories for discussing contemporary art in the early twenty -first century. Moving beyond the formal qualities of a Eurocentric paradigm today's art movement is often associated with ephemeral practices that span outside of both national territories and museum walls. While activating public pace and integrating electronic multimedia, artists and curators have begun to challenge the formal art institutional apparatus, showcasing a worldwide spectacle that merge together Western and non-Western art.
Burton, Bethany, "Eclipse: Theories in Contemporary Art's World" (2014). Student Research Papers. 11.
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