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Art of the postmodern era: from the late 1960s to the early 1990s

Art of the postmodern era: from the late 1960s to the early 1990s

Sandler, Irving, 1925-

Sandler describes the various directions art has taken over the last few decades, from Post Minimalist styles, and New Image Painting to the Neo-Expressionism, Media Deconstruction and Commodity of the 1980s

Paperback, Book. English.
Published Boulder, Colo.: Westview, 1998
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Irving Sandler
ISBN: 0813334330, 9780813334332
Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 557-616) and index.
Note: Originally published: New York: IconEditions, 1996.
Physical Description: xxx, 636p., [8]p. of plates : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 26 cm.
Subject: Postmodernism.; Modern Art; Art, Modern 20th century.; Postmodernism

Contents

  1. Also by Irving Sandler
  2. Preface
  3. Introduction
  4. Postminimalism
  5. The Impact of 1968 on European Art
  6. First-Generation Feminism
  7. Pattern and Decoration Painting
  8. Architectural Sculpture
  9. New Image Painting
  10. The Art World of the 1970s
  11. American Neoexpressionism
  12. The Italian Transavantguardia and German Neoexpressionism
  13. Media Art
  14. Postmodernist Art Theory
  15. The Consumer Society and Deconstruction Art
  16. The Art World in the First Half of the 1980s
  17. East Village Art
  18. Commodity Art, Neogeo, and the East Village Art Scene
  19. The “Other”: From the Marginal into the Mainstream
  20. Into the 1990s

Author note

Irving Sandler, professor of art history at the State University of New York at Purchase, was born in New York City and educated in Philadelphia. He is the author of a multivolume history of American art since 1945, books on Alex Katz, Al Held, Mark di Suvero, and numerous exhibition catalogues, articles, and reviews.