Aesthetic Psychological Change on Fine Art Creation in the New Period

Renjie WANG


This paper mainly discusses the aesthetic psychology on fine art creation in the new period of China. This paper considers aesthetic psychology to contain both historic aesthetic heritage and present aesthetic practices. The main logic lies in that: based on the historic heritage after the “Cultural Revolution”, new aesthetic psychology has been generated and developed to trigger present confrontations; secondly, consequences caused directly by the aesthetic change make aesthetics no longer a political game. Aesthetic subjects began to abandon the pervious political point of view, and reflect on their aesthetic attitudes and aesthetic positions by aesthetic practices.


Fine art in the new period; Aesthetic psychology; Aesthetic change

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