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Does the highlighted sentence mean "knowing it the continuation of the trauma and abjection that were seen in Warhol’s ‘Death in America’ images"?


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Hal Foster has made an astute examination of the preoccupation with the real and trauma in contemporary art in The Return of the Real (1996). Before going on to examine key aspects of the way that art and advertising are linked in their representation of the real, it is well worth looking at the points he makes concerning why and how the real became an issue in neoavant- garde art in the 1980s and 1990s. Essentially, Foster identifies a bleak understanding of the real in contemporary art, seeing it in terms of a lineage of trauma and abjection that stems from Warhol’s ‘Death in America’ images.

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