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New. New, gift-quality. 152 p. Includes illustrations. Contemporary Korean Arts Series #15 Contemporary Korean Arts Series #15 Postmodern Art in Korea: From 1985 on is written with a critical perspective on how postmodernism in Korean contemporary art has influenced the political and social environment. The book introduces Korean postmodern art in terms of four fields painting, sculpture/installation, photography, and video/moving image. In Korea, the discourse on postmodernism started in the late 1980s, resulting in heated cries for democratization within society. The book deals not only with issues regarding postmodernism in Korea as well as the problem of acceptance and interpretation of Western art trends, but also specific Korean artists and their artwork which are classified as postmodern despite their difficulty of classification.
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