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have reminded some readers of the popular CBS television program You Are There , which featured re-creations of historical events and ran between 1953 and 1957. But Kaprow’s phrasing also recalled a prominent recent subscription campaign run by Life in March of 1959, when stock inserts in the

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of life-in-movement, as Warburg had termed them, were now a reality. Warburg never mentioned the cinema in his writings; instead, he devoted most of his career to the study of Italian Renaissance art, and evinced little interest in mechanical reproduction. And yet, as Philippe-Alain Michaud has

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past, was constantly growing more remote. Consequently, any history of Greek art would unavoidably depend upon hypothesis and rest upon mere fragments: a necessarily partial affair. Although it was motivated in part by an awareness of temporal distance, Winckelmann’s metaphor also depended upon the