Results 1 – 30 of Art Since Strategies of Being by Jonathan Fineberg and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Widely praised when it first appeared in , Art Since tells the story of six decades of art in America and Europe through a series of in-depth biographical. The new edition of. Art Since Strategies of Being. “Fineberg’s new edition is the book to learn modern art from – many times over. No other study is as truly.
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Follow Fineberg as he moves from accounts of the careers of Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock to the fantasy world of Maya Deren’s filmmaking, to Alfredo Jaar’s manipulations of public information, to Kerry James Marshall’s drawings of black superhero comics, to the cultural appropriations of Nikki S.
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Section on Philip Guston moved to beginning of this chapter from Chapter There was a problem adding your email address. The Logistics of the Projects. Art Since Art. Always sensitive to the political context of modern and contemporary art, Fineberg resists playing ideological favorites. The Concept of the Avant-Garde.
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Artists hold beliefs, and may act on them, but they also learn from what they do and from each other in more personal ways. Erin rated it liked it Sep 24, RowlingHardcover Signed out You have successfully signed out and will be required to sign back in should you need to download more resources. Lee, and on and on.
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Art since 1940 by Jonathan David Fineberg (2010, Paperback)
Fineberg’s new edition is the book to learn modern art from–many times over. Art since by Jonathan David FinebergPaperback. The Anatomical Forms Dissolve into Brushstrokes. The Development of Gorky’s Style. Robert Arneson, modeling a self portrait, Benicia, California, The book focuses on the meaning of the major works and innovations. Want to Read saving…. An Encounter with the Physicality 19440 the Materials in Europe.
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Transition to the Seventies. Enjoyable as far as introductory texts go! New section on Media as Medium with discussion of Dan Graham. Turning to Classical Myth.