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By Wolterstorff, Nicholas, author
eBook. English.
Published Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017
We engage with works of art in many ways, yet almost all modern philosophers of art have focused entirely on one mode of engagement: disinterested attention...

By Terranova, Charissa N., author
eBook. English.
Published London: I.B. Tauris, 2016
What if modernism had been characterised by evolving, interconnected and multi-sensory images rather than by the monolithic objects often described by...

By Osborne, Peter, 1958- author
eBook. English.
Published London: Verso, 2013
Contemporary art is the object of inflated and widely divergent claims. But what kind of discourse can open it up effectively to critical analysis? This...

eBook. English.
Published New York: Routledge, 2016
Collaboration now transforms not only artistic practices but also the development of cultural institutions, communities and personal lifestyles. This...

By Munari, Bruno
eBook. English.
Published London: Penguin, 2008
Bruno Munari was among the most inspirational designers of all time, described by Picasso as 'the new Leonardo'. Munari insisted that design be beautiful...

By Ricco, John Paul, author
eBook. English.
Published Chicago; London: The University of Chicago Press, 2014
Combines an inventive reading of Jean-Luc Nancy with queer theoretical concerns to argue that while scenes of intimacy are spaces of sharing, they are...

eBook. English.
Published London: Routledge, 2018
This edited collection explores the complex ways in which photography is used and interpreted: as a record of evidence, as a form of communication, as...

By Coleman, Elizabeth Burns, 1961-
eBook. English.
Published Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005
In this text Coleman examines the relationship between art and identity in Aboriginal Australian society, and the Aborigines' fight for legal recognition...
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