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By Lucie-Smith, Edward, 1933-
Hardback. English.
Published London: Phaidon, 1999
This is a lucid, authoritative and richly illustrated survey of movements in world art since 1960. The author's central argument is that the art world...

Hardback. English.
Published London: Thames and Hudson, 2016
Third edition / Hal Foster, Rosalind Krauss, Yves-Alain Bois, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, David Joselit
An illustrated critical history which explores the developments of 20th-century art and looks at the different academic methods and theories that have...

Paperback. English.
Published Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2005
While scholars and critics generally agree that the 1960s signaled the end of high modernism, what is less clear is how to characterize contemporary art...

By Hodge, Susie, 1960-
Paperback. English.
Published London: Thames & Hudson, 2012
This is Susie Hodge's passionate and persuasive argument against the most common disparaging remark levelled at modern art. She examines 100 works of...

Paperback. English.
Published Berkeley, Calif.; London: University of California Press, c2012
2nd ed., rev. and expanded. / by Kristine Stiles
The writings collected in this book, which take the form of artists' statements, interviews, and essays, make vivid each artist's aesthetic approach to...

Paperback. English.
Published London; Cambridge, MA: Whitechapel Gallery; The MIT Press, 2010
'The Sublime' examines how contemporary artists and theorists explore ideas of the sublime, in relation to the unrepresentable, transcendence, terror,...

By Archer, Michael, 1954- author
Paperback. English.
Published London: Thames and Hudson, 2015
Third edition
Stylistic divergence is now the prevailing characteristic of both postmodernism and of art in general. Archer critically surveys art's relationship to...

Paperback. English.
Published London: Tate Publishing in association with The Open University, 2012
The essays in this volume engage directly with topical issues around art and gender, globalization, cultural difference, and curating, as well as explorations...

Paperback. English.
Published Munich; London: Prestel, c2007
'Why have there been no great women artists?' asked art historian Linda Nochlin in a provocative essay. Today, her insightful critique serves as a benchmark...

By Taylor, Brandon
Paperback. English.
Published London: Laurence King, 2005
This volume charts the ideas and practices of contemporary art across a wide international spectrum. From Minimalism and Conceptualism to video and film...
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