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À propos de l’art brut et de sa patrimonialisation, en France.

Abstract : What is known as “Art Brut” (a term coined by Dubuffet after the Second World War) is often a created object of little value in itself, frequently (although not always) for the creators themselves and for those around them: the act of creation is not immediately recognized as such. “Heritage”, on the other hand, conveys that the object possesses value, heritage denotes something of high culture or that belongs to the common good. How - by what processes - did "Art Brut" become heritage in France?
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Brigitte Gilardet. À propos de l’art brut et de sa patrimonialisation, en France.. 2020. ⟨halshs-02525218⟩

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