the most authentic art is modernist art which reflects in its own fragmentation the fragmentation of society.
What is the difference between Adorno's 'fragmentation' and post-modern art's fragmentation (which the article says high modernists like Adorno are opposed to)? Why or how is it that modernist art can reflect social fragmentation and post modern art cannot?
Does the answer have any bearing on what the "truth" of art is? I ask because I'm unsure what "truth" in art is, but assume that, with fragmentation, it is not representational.