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Reframing Art

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Informationen zum Autor Michael Carter has had a long career at the University of Sydney as theorist and teacher. He is the co-edi... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Michael Carter has had a long career at the University of Sydney as theorist and teacher. He is the co-editor of The Language of Fashion by Roland Barthes. Adam Geczy is an artist and critic whose video and new media installations have been exhibited in both Europe and Asia-Pacific. He is co-editor of What is Installation? Klappentext "Reframing Art" explores how the theories of art can be used to open up, structure and enrich our contemporary understanding of art and visual culture. Illustrated with examples from aboriginal, medieval, renaissance, enlightenment and modern art including installation and new media, "Reframing Art" will be invaluable for students of Art History and Theory and for any reader looking for a clear explanation of ways of seeing and understanding art. Zusammenfassung Providing an introduction to art theory, this book explores how the theories of art can be used to open up, structure and enrich our contemporary understanding of art and visual culture. Illustrated with examples from aboriginal, medieval, renaissance, enlightenment and modern art, it is useful for students of Art History and Theory. Inhaltsverzeichnis 0. Introduction: Art + History1. The Necessity for Theory2. Producing Art and Artists3. The Work of Art4. The Work of Art as a Symbolic Object5. The Work of Art as Commodity6. From Object to Text7. Looking at the Work of Art8. Mediation, the Museum and Meaning9. The Audiences for Art10. Where is Art? Art in the Digital AgeIndex

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Providing an introduction to art theory, this book explores how the theories of art can be used to open up, structure and enrich our contemporary understanding of art and visual culture. Illustrated with examples from aboriginal, medieval, renaissance, enlightenment and modern art, it is useful for students of Art History and Theory.

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0. Introduction: Art + History1. The Necessity for Theory2. Producing Art and Artists3. The Work of Art4. The Work of Art as a Symbolic Object5. The Work of Art as Commodity6. From Object to Text7. Looking at the Work of Art8. Mediation, the Museum and Meaning9. The Audiences for Art10. Where is Art? Art in the Digital AgeIndex

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Titre: Reframing Art
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Code EAN: 9781845204631
ISBN: 978-1-84520-463-1
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Genre: Art
nombre de pages: 240
Poids: 764g
Taille: H244mm x B172mm x T18mm
Année: 2005

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