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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 Charnley, James, author
eBook. English.
Published Cambridge: The Lutterworth Press, 2015
Fin-de-Sixties evokes the lingering end of a decade, a turning point which birthed the new regime, one which now defines how visual art is taught within...

By Carrier, David, 1944-
eBook. English.
Published Durham, [N.C.]; London: Duke University Press, 2006
'Museum Skepticism' traces the birth, evolution, and decline of the public art museum as an institution meant to spark democratic debate and discussion...

By Jakubowicz, Karina, author
eBook. English.
Published London: Routledge, 2018
Vision and Difference, published in 1988, is one of the most significant works in feminist visual culture arguing that feminist art history of is a political...

eBook. English.
Published Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016
Printed edition includes a DVD
The interfaces between art and the scientific disciplines of biology, environmental science, neuroscience, and physics pose interdisciplinary questions...

By Berger, John, author
eBook. English.
Published London; New York: Verso, 2015
One of the world's most celebrated art writers, John Berger takes us through centuries of art in this distinctive history that will enlighten and inspire...

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...

eBook. English.
Published Oxford: Blackwell, 2005
Addressing the changing nature of art production, interpretation and spectatorship in contemporary art, this collection focuses on key developments that...

By Gillick, Liam, 1964- author
eBook. English.
Published New York: Columbia University Press, [2016]
The history of modern art is often told through aesthetic breakthroughs that sync well with cultural and political change. From Courbet to Picasso, from...

By Welchman, John C
eBook. English.
Published Amsterdam: G+B Arts International, 2001
Beginning with an account of the discourse of appropriation that dominated the art world in the late 1970s and 1980s, this study creates a matrix of inflections...
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