The New Republic’s Saul Asuterlitz reports on the television-centric installations at the New Museum’s 2015 Triennial and what it means for the status of television as art.
He writes, “TV is now high art. It is now on regular display in our living rooms and the subject of our fascination and debate…We no longer shuffle into confessional booths to profess our love of television: We shout it proudly from the Twitter rooftops. We are all curators at the Museum of TV now.”
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