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One of the striking aspects of the trenchant legacy of Michael Fried's. 'Art and Objecthood' is its status as a piece of art criticism. Widely perceived as difficult and. within art history and criticism. As colleagues at Central Saint Martins, we've been talking about Michael. Fried's 'Art and Objecthood' since we began to teach. michael Fried / Jeff Wall, Wittgenstein, and the Everyday. (For the record .. Art and Objecthood: Essays and Review (Chicago, ), pp. , –