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This chronologically organized and comprehensive anthology of readings tells the whole story of art in America from 1900 to the present. It focuses ...Show synopsisThis chronologically organized and comprehensive anthology of readings tells the whole story of art in America from 1900 to the present. It focuses on the themes, issues, and controversies that occurred throughout the century--using selections that are contemporary with the art--by artists, critics, exhibition organizers, poets, politicians, and other writers on culture. Some recurring themes and issues include issues of identity; the changing nature of modernism and modernity; nationalism; art as individual or community expression; the nature of public art; and the role of criticism, censorship, and government intervention. Texts by well-known writers include Meyer Schapiro, Clement Greenberg, Michael Fried, Donald Kuspit, and Kate Linker. A guide for those interested in both the standard interpretations of American art and in alternative readings.Hide synopsis
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Description:Fine. Collectible. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. xviii, 478 pp., illus....Fine. Collectible. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. xviii, 478 pp., illus., biblio., index; 23 cm. Tight, clean copy. A fine copy of the first printing. CONTENTS: 1990-1920: Cultural and historical context for the first twenty years; Early twentieth-century realists; The critical issues: modernism and American consciousness; New forms for a new century; Photography as art, photography as a tool for reform; Armory show, independents show of 1917, and New York Dada; The 1920s: Cultural and historical context for the Jazz Age; Machine age modernism and modernity; Cultural nationalism-defining American: the usable past, the local, the popular; Cultural primitivism-defining authenticity: the usable "other" and natural men and women; The new Negro; Artists abroad; The 1930s: Cultural and historical context for the Depression years; The Depression experience; Revolutionary theory and practice-the search for styles; Mexican artists in the United Stated; Government projects; Nationalism and racialism in the arts as issues in the 1930s; 1940s to mid-1950s: Cultural and historical context for World War II and the Cold War; Critical responses: the transition to abstract expressionism and "pure" painting; New York School: voices of individual artists; The figurative artists in the postwar years; The Cold War and the arts; 1955-1967: Cultural and historical context for a consumer and technological society; Assemblage, installations, happenings, events, performance; New York Pop, West Coast Funk, and Chicago "sub-Pop"; Minimal art; 1968-1980: Cultural and historical context for the Vietnam War era; Dematerialization: conceptual art, systems, earth art; Realism and figuration; The Vietnam War, political art, political criticism; Black arts movement; Women's movement; 1980s-1990s: Cultural and historical context for the age of Reagan and postmodernism; Exit modernism, enter postmodern critique; New painting and sculpture; Word-based, photo-based, and theory-based art; Identities unmasked, classifications resisted; Bodies reclaimed; Censorship and propaganda in art and visual culture; The construction of knowledge: museums, art history, and studio practices; Art in public spaces.
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