History of Modern Art

Since it first appeared in 1968, History of Modern Art has emphasized the unique formal properties of artworks, and the book has long been recognized for the acuity of its visual analysis.

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  • Author : H. H. Arnason
  • Publisher : Pearson College Division
  • Pages : 816 pages
  • ISBN : 9780205259472
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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History of Modern Art

History of Modern Art
  • Author : H. H. Arnason,Elizabeth C. Mansfield
  • Publisher : Pearson College Division
  • Release : 18 August 2022
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Since it first appeared in 1968, History of Modern Art has emphasized the unique formal properties of artworks, and the book has long been recognized for the acuity of its visual analysis.

What was Contemporary Art?

What was Contemporary Art?
  • Author : Richard Meyer
  • Publisher : MIT Press
  • Release : 18 August 2022
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Meyer analyzes an undergraduate course taught by Alfred Barr at Wellesley College in 1927 as a key moment in the introduction of works by living artists into the discipline of art history, then turns to a series of exhibitions from the 1930s that put contemporary art in dialogue with premodern works ranging from prehistoric cave pictures to Italian Renaissance paintings. Meyer also treats the controversy that arose in 1948 over the decision by Boston's Institute of Modern Art to change its name

What Are You Looking At?

What Are You Looking At?
  • Author : Will Gompertz
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 25 October 2012
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For skeptics, art lovers, and the millions of us who visit art galleries every year—and are confused—What Are You Looking At? by former director of London’s Tate Gallery Will Gompertz is a wonderfully lively, accessible narrative history of Modern Art, from Impressionism to the present day. What is modern art? Who started it? Why do we either love it or loathe it? And why is it such big money? Join BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz on a

Provenance

Provenance
  • Author : Laney Salisbury,Aly Sujo
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 09 July 2009
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A tautly paced investigation of one the 20th century's most audacious art frauds, which generated hundreds of forgeries-many of them still hanging in prominent museums and private collections today Provenance is the extraordinary narrative of one of the most far-reaching and elaborate deceptions in art history. Investigative reporters Laney Salisbury and Aly Sujo brilliantly recount the tale of a great con man and unforgettable villain, John Drewe, and his sometimes unwitting accomplices. Chief among those was the struggling artist John

Modern Art, 1851-1929

Modern Art, 1851-1929
  • Author : Richard R. Brettell,Richard Brettell
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 18 August 1999
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In a bold new look at the Modern Art era, Brettell explores the works of such artists as Monet, Gauguin, Picasso, and Dali--as well as lesser-known figures--in relation to expansion, colonialism, national and internationalism, and the rise of the museum. 140 illustrations, 75 in color.

Origins of Modern Art

Origins of Modern Art
  • Author : Rosalind Ormiston,Flame Flame Tree
  • Publisher : Flame Tree Publishing
  • Release : 30 September 2015
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The roots of Modern Art can be seen in the wild paintings of Turner, but it took the Impressionists and the Pre-Raphaelites to break the classical mode until the final blows were dealt by Kandinsky, Klee and Picasso. Once unleashed modernism fragmented into many different forms, each of which are explored in this powerful, illustrated new book.

The Stories of the Mona Lisa

The Stories of the Mona Lisa
  • Author : Piotr Barsony
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release : 08 October 2012
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“Dad, will you tell me a story?” asks a little girl. “Sure,” artist Piotr Barsony responds. “I’ll tell you a story about a painting. And the Mona Lisa, the most beautiful painting in all the world, will be our subject.” Thus begins the fascinating history of modern painting through what many consider the most famous work in the history of art: the Mona Lisa by Léonardo De Vinci. Piotr acts as the museum guide for his young daughter

Modern Art And Modernism

Modern Art And Modernism
  • Author : Francis Frascina
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 04 May 2018
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Modern Art and Modernism offers firsthand material for the study of issues central to the development of modern art, its theory, and criticism. The history of modern art is not simply a history of works of art, it is also a history of ideas interpretations. The works of critics and theorists have not merely been influential in deciding how modern art is to be seen and understood, they have also influenced the course it has taken. The nature of modern

100 Years, 100 Artworks

100 Years, 100 Artworks
  • Author : Agnes Berecz
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 02 April 2019
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This dazzling book showcases the history of modern and contemporary art using one hundred of the most significant art works--one per year--of the past 100 years. Starting with Marcel Duchamp's 1919 whimsical, brilliant L.H.O.O.Q., this compendium offers a year-by-year tour of iconic paintings, photographs, sculptures, installations, and performance pieces from all over the world. The works are carefully selected to showcase a diverse range of artists. Read from cover to cover, this volume offers an evocative summary of

After Modern Art 1945-2000

After Modern Art 1945-2000
  • Author : David Hopkins
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release : 14 September 2000
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Contemporary art can be baffling and beautiful, provocative and disturbing. This pioneering book presents a new look at the controversial period between 1945 and 2000, when art and its traditional forms were called into question. It focuses on the relationship between American and European art, and challenges previously held views about the origins of some of the most innovative ideas in art of this time. Major artists such as Jackson Pollock, Jasper Johns, Yves Klein, Andy Warhol, Louise Bourgeois, Cindy Sherman, and

How Folklore Shaped Modern Art

How Folklore Shaped Modern Art
  • Author : Wes Hill
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 19 November 2015
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Since the 1990s, artists and art writers around the world have increasingly undermined the essentialism associated with notions of "critical practice." We can see this manifesting in the renewed relevance of what were previously considered "outsider" art practices, the emphasis on first-person accounts of identity over critical theory, and the proliferation of exhibitions that refuse to distinguish between art and the productions of culture more generally. How Folklore Shaped Modern Art: A Post-Critical History of Aesthetics underscores how the cultural

The Short Story of Art

The Short Story of Art
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Laurence King Publishing
  • Release : 02 May 2017
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The Short Story of Art is a new and innovative introduction to the subject of art. Simply constructed, the book explores 50 key works, from the wall paintings of Lascaux to contemporary installations, and then links these to sections on art movements, themes, and techniques. The design of the book allows the student or art enthusiast to easily navigate their way around key periods, artists and styles. Accessible and concise, it simplifies and explains the most important and influential concepts in

How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art

How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art
  • Author : Serge Guilbaut
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 15 September 2020
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"A provocative interpretation of the political and cultural history of the early cold war years. . . . By insisting that art, even art of the avant-garde, is part of the general culture, not autonomous or above it, he forces us to think differently not only about art and art history but about society itself."—New York Times Book Review