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Art On The Edge


Author : Harold Rosenberg
language : en
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Release Date : 1983-06-15


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Discusses the aesthetic orientations and creative directions of prominent contemporary artists as well as the nature and implications of the various modern movements

Art On The Edge And Over


Author : Linda Weintraub
language : en
Publisher: Distributed Art Pub Inc
Release Date : 1996


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Recognizing that art at the end of the twentieth century changes too quickly and is too multifaceted and unfamiliar to be automatically understood, Art on the Edge and Over: Searching for Art's Meaning in Contemporary Society explains the intractably avant-garde art of the 1970s, 80s and 90s by searching for art's meaning within the context of popular culture and the common trends that have led to such new forms of expression. This one-of-a-kind resource is composed of 35 easy-to-read, chapter-long essays that each cover a particular deviation from conventional art practices (such as smell as an aesthetic ingredient, shopping as a creative process or blood, pollen, discarded dolls and toxic earth as a medium of expression.) Within each chapter, the theme discussed is illuminated by and elucidates the work of one particular artist (such as Laurie Simmons, Wolfgang Laib, On Kawara, Marina Abramovic, Gilbert and George, David Hammons, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, David Salle, Janine Antoni, Rosemarie Trockel, Andres Serrano, Carolee Schneemann, Barbara Kruger, Vito Acconci, and Mike Kelley). An easy-to-follow guide to the unconventional art of our contemporaries, Art on the Edge and Over is a vital resource for all those interested in art history, studio art, aesthetics, and contemporary society.

Neo Impressionism


Author : Carrie Haslett
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2002


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Jewish Artists


Author : Jay Barry Zeiger
language : en
Publisher: Sherman Asher Pub
Release Date : 2001


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The first modern exploration into the cutting edge of contemporary Jewish Art and how it addresses issues of Jewish identity. Connecting the work of contemporary Jewish artists with art, identity, and community, this book analyzes the true nature of Jewish art. The fifty featured internationally-known artists are varied in viewpoint, life experience, age, heritage, displacement, marginalization, and assimilation.

Artists On The Edge


Author : Brian D. Barrett
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2010


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Village artists' colonies were extremely popular across Europe towards the close of the nineteenth century. They were not rustic retreats for dreamers, but highly-motivated, international forums for experiment and debate, at the cutting edge of artistic change. This study asserts that once the ideological decision was made to go to the countryside then practical considerations sustained these rural communities. The artists and their hosts were as varied as the topographies they inhabited, but coasts proved the most valuable option. The traditional stoic fisherfolk witnessed the sudden growth in the leisure industry, all of which helped to inspire generations of painters. This synopsis places the movement in context, using an holistic approach and bringing together a wide range of influences, such as innovations in technology, transport, hoteliers, art dealers, print-publishing and the modern art market.

Art At The Edge


Author : Museum of Modern Art (Oxford, England)
language : en
Publisher: Hyperion Books
Release Date : 1988-12-01


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Art At The Edge


Author : Susan Krane
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1988


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