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Sensuous Thoughts Essays On The Work Of Donald Judd

Author : Richard Shiff
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Donald Judd

Author : Donald Judd
ISBN : UOM:39015055207560
Genre : Art
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Over the years, Donald Judd's constructions have evolved, becoming increasingly complex in their optical and coloristic effects, making use of Cor-ten steel, Douglas fir plywood, colored plexiglass, painted steel, and various forms of aluminum. This catalogue elegantly displays work made between 1988 and 1994, the year he died.

Doubt

Author : Richard Shiff
ISBN : 9781135872229
Genre : Art
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In an age where art history’s questions are now expected to receive answers, Richard Shiff presents a challenging alternative. In this essential new addition to James Elkins’s series Theories of Modernism and Postmodernism in the Visual Arts, Richard Shiff embraces doubt as a critical tool and asks how particular histories of art have come to be. Shiff’s turn to doubt is not a retreat to relativism, but rather an insistence on clear thinking about art. In particular, Shiff takes issue with the style of self-referential art writing seemingly 'licensed' by Roland Barthes. With an introduction by Rosie Bennett, Doubt is a study of the tension between practicing art and practicing criticism.

The New York Times Book Review

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Presents extended reviews of noteworthy books, short reviews, essays and articles on topics and trends in publishing, literature, culture and the arts. Includes lists of best sellers (hardcover and paperback).

William Blake And The Productions Of Time

Author : Andrew M. Cooper
ISBN : 1409444414
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Challenging the idea that a writer's work reflects his experiences in time and place, Cooper locates the action of William Blake's major illuminated books in the ahistorical present, an impersonal spirit realm beyond the three-dimensional self. Historicist attempts to place Blake's vision in perspective, Cooper argues, involve a self-contradictory denial of his performativity as a poet-artist of multiple geometrical dimensions.

The Impressionists And Their Legacy

Author : Martha Kapos
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The documents in this book -- letters and recorded comments by the artists themselves, as well as selections by notable contemporaries including Baudelaire, Zola, Valery, Mallarme, Huysman, Laforgue and Proust -- show how artists and critics during and in the aftermath of Impressionism did describe themselves: how they responded to tradition, to each other and to the kaleidoscope of the contemporary scene. The ever-expanding interpretation of Impressionism and its legacy within the changing world of twentieth-century art and art criticism is examined through the writings of artists such as Leger, Kandinsky, Masson, Matisse, Bataille, Klee and Hofmann as well as recent critics, philosophers and art historians. Accompanying the texts are 235 color plates of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterpieces, and 242 black and white reproductions of historical photographs, original documents, contemporary cartoons, prints and drawings. - Jacket flap.

The Post Impressionists

Author : Martha Kapos
ISBN : 0883639637
Genre : Painters
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The Tactile Eye

Author : Jennifer M. Barker
ISBN : 9780520258426
Genre : Performing Arts
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"With her provocative focus on the tactile dimensions of cinema, Jennifer Barker crucially contributes to a reinvigoration of film theoretical debates. This book is a must-read not only for those interested in the interface between cinema and the body, but for anyone who believes in cinema's endless capacity to surprise us."—Elena del Río, author of Deleuze and the Cinemas of Performance: Powers of Affection "The Tactile Eye makes an important contribution to the recent discourses of embodiment in cinema and cultural studies. Grounded in existential phenomenology, the book abounds with productive suggestions, and precise analytical tools, with which one might carry out a deeply tactile ("textural") analysis of cinema."—Laura U. Marks, author of Touch: Sensuous Theory and Multisensory Media

Genders

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Art Journal

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Bulletin

Author : Allen Memorial Art Museum
ISBN : UOM:39015042494909
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Women Artists News

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Robert Mangold

Author : Richard Shiff
ISBN : UOM:39015054144459
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The majestic abstract paintings of the accomplished contemporary artist.

The World Book Encyclopedia

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An encyclopedia designed especially to meet the needs of elementary, junior high, and senior high school students.

The British Art Journal

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The New Criterion

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Matisse

Author : Queensland Art Gallery
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Produced to celebrate an exhibition of Matisse's work that toured Australia in 1995 - The Chapel of the Rosary at Venice - Overview of Matisse's painting - Drawings at an exhibition - Matisse in North Africa - Matisse's sculpture - Matisse's prints and illustrated books.

The Eighteenth Century Body

Author : Angelica Goodden
ISBN : 3906768503
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The papers collected in this volume are selected from the proceedings of a conference held at St Hilda's College, Oxford, in 2001. The eighteenth century - an age of empiricism - saw understanding the body as central to the science of man. In medicine, literature and the arts the theme of corporeality focused debates about «correct» human responses, expressing emotion, representing beauty and cultivating relationships. These papers set out to examine how the body came to the fore as communicative medium, hygienic complex and object of artistic as well as scientific investigation and literary presentation.

Artforum International

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Towards Pragmatic Painting

Author : Michael Graham Schreyach
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I conclude that Pollock's drip paintings address the particular relation of individuated "subject" to "object" (viewer and painting) by activating an experience of the general relation of "organism" to "environment." In using these latter terms, I propose a new way to address the radical proposal about the body in painting that Pollock's drip works make. The large-scale drip works stripped the body of its specificity and tried to convey some fundamental condition or modality of bodily experience. I use the term "reflexive potential" to describe the primal, minimum condition of this complex transaction. Reflexive potential is the condition of possibility which an organism and an environment initially emerge as distinct from one another, leading to the distinctions of inside and outside, or subject and object, which characterize all later interactions. I contend that Pollock's pragmatic paintings exemplify the original conditions of an organism on the verge of purposive behavior in an environment.

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