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First published: 1992.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -1154) and index.
I. The Legacy of Symbolism. A. Classicism and Originality. B. Expression and the Primitive -- II. The Idea of the Modern World. A. Modernity. B. Cubism -- III. Rationalization and Transformation. A. Neo-Classicism and the Call to Order. B. Dissent and Disorder. C. Abstraction and Form. D. Utility and Construction -- IV. Freedom, Responsibility and Power. A. The Modern as Ideal. B. Realism as Figuration. C. Realism as Critique. D. Modernism as Critique -- V. The Individual and the Social. A. The American Avant-Garde. B. Individualism in Europe. C. Art and Society -- VI. Modernization and Modernism. A. Art and Modern Life. B. Modernist Art -- VII. Institutions and Objections. A. Objecthood and Reductivism. B. Attitudes to Form. C. Political Aspects. D. Critical Revisions -- VIII. Ideas of the Postmodern. A. The Condition of History. B. The Critique of Originality. C. Figures of Difference.
|Art in theory, 1900-2000 : ©2003
Blackwell Publishers, (Malden, MA :) xxvii, 1258 p. ; 25 cm.