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Art since 1960 /

by Archer, Michael [author].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: World of art: Description: 224 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0500202982.Subject(s): 1900 - 1999 | Postmodernism | Postmodernism | Art, Modern - History | Abstract expressionism (art) | Beuys, Joseph | Art criticism | Minimalism (Art) | Pop art | Art, Modern -- 20th century | Art, Modern - 20th century | Art, Modern -- 20th century -- History | Art, Modern | Art -- 20th century -- HistoryOnline resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Ch. 1. The Real and Its Objects -- Ch. 2. The Expanded Field -- Ch. 3. Ideology, Identity and Difference -- Ch. 4. Postmodernisms -- Ch. 5. Assimilations.
Summary: This argued overview is invaluable for the way in which it reveals and makes coherent sense of the often bewildering diversity of styles, forms, media, techniques and agendas that proliferate in contemporary art." "Now revised and expanded, Michael Archer's acclaimed book is brought up to date with coverage of the comprehensive globalization of art since the mid-1990s, which has been reflected in the growth of the exhibition calendar and the number of new museums opening around the world. With over thirty additional illustrations and an updated timeline and bibliography, Art Since 1960 is an indispensable source of information on the evolution of art over the past four decades.
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Item type Location Collection Call number Copy Status Notes Date due Barcode Item holds
Book Book Main library Non-fiction HI ARC 1997 (Browse shelf) 1 Available In ready reserve storage 2013-1121
Book Book Main library Non-fiction HI ARC 1979B (Browse shelf) 2 Available Donated by John Neylon 2017-1151
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Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 218) and index.

Ch. 1. The Real and Its Objects -- Ch. 2. The Expanded Field -- Ch. 3. Ideology, Identity and Difference -- Ch. 4. Postmodernisms -- Ch. 5. Assimilations.

This argued overview is invaluable for the way in which it reveals and makes coherent sense of the often bewildering diversity of styles, forms, media, techniques and agendas that proliferate in contemporary art." "Now revised and expanded, Michael Archer's acclaimed book is brought up to date with coverage of the comprehensive globalization of art since the mid-1990s, which has been reflected in the growth of the exhibition calendar and the number of new museums opening around the world. With over thirty additional illustrations and an updated timeline and bibliography, Art Since 1960 is an indispensable source of information on the evolution of art over the past four decades.

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