Art

Art Of The Postmodern Era

Author: Irving Sandler

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 680

View: 485

The fourth and final installment in Irving Sandler's series on contemporary art, Art of the Postmodern Era surveys the artists, works, movements, and ideas as well as the social and cultural context of this energetic and turbulent period in art.The book begins with the late 1960s, when new directions in art emerged, ranging from diverse postminimal styles to pattern and decoration painting and new image painting. In turn, the 1980s ushered in a second wave of new movements?neoexpressionism, media deconstruction, and commodity art. Sandler also discusses postmodernist art theory, the art market, and consumer society, providing an essential framework for understanding the art of this period.Unlike his previous books, Art of the Postmodern Era includes both American and European artists.
Political Science

THE ART OF WAR IN THE POST-MODERN ERA. The Battle of Perceptions

Author: Marco Cagnazzo

Publisher: Youcanprint

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 156

View: 954

This book is designed to give contemporary strategists and current military leaders a solid, common understanding of an ever complex and ever evolving reality driven and influenced by perceptions in any domain rather than a logic, linear, factual, and well defined conceptual framework. As stressed in his preface to this book by Lieutenant General John T. Thomson, US Army, by “leveraging timeless classics by military theorists as well as historical examples and recent operations, it provides the foundation on “how to think” about today’s geo-political security environment”. It is primarily meant to educate the mind of future leaders and commanders or, more accurately, to guide them in their self-education; and it is also addressed to Governments, Universities, Organizations and all those who keep the responsibility to educate future generations, our future leaders, to be prepared to participate intelligently in the strategy-making process of their Nations or systems. In the post-modern environment, future leaders will battle for “perception dominance” in order to drive the course of future conflicts and confrontations where people, not systems or machinery, will define success.
Art

Art Education

Author: James Hutchens

Publisher: National Art Education Assn

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 152

View: 149

"This book examines the effect of postmodern discourse on the content and practice of art in the K-12 schools and university preservice education programs for art teachers ... an education that references and places emphasis upon the economic, political, social, and cultural factors inscribed upon the artworld"--Http://www.naea-reston.org/publications-list.html.
Art

Art Of The Postmodern Era

Author: Irving Sandler

Publisher: Westview Press

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 680

View: 812

The fourth and final installment in Irving Sandler's series on contemporary art, Art of the Postmodern Era surveys the artists, works, movements, and ideas as well as the social and cultural context of this energetic and turbulent period in art.The book begins with the late 1960s, when new directions in art emerged, ranging from diverse postminimal styles to pattern and decoration painting and new image painting. In turn, the 1980s ushered in a second wave of new movements—neoexpressionism, media deconstruction, and commodity art. Sandler also discusses postmodernist art theory, the art market, and consumer society, providing an essential framework for understanding the art of this period.Unlike his previous books, Art of the Postmodern Era includes both American and European artists.
Art

Advice to Young Artists in a Postmodern Era

Author: William V. Dunning

Publisher: Syracuse University Press

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 204

View: 474

Dunning draws on art, art criticism, his own insight, and various studies of those characteristics that lead to success in art by providing the student with useful information on pursuing art and art as a career. From exploring the development of self-discipline, examining the learning process, and suggesting courses to take in school to setting up a studio and networking in the art world, he recommends a general strategy that he has seen work well for many young artists. Although aimed primarily toward artists, and often drawing upon a comparison to scientists, this book is designed to explain how to achieve excellence in almost any field to which the reader applies effort, whether art, music, science, or business.
Art

The Sociology of the Artist in the Postmodern Era

Author: Marian Golka

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 176

View: 167

This book examines the artistic profession, which can be a challenge to characterize. Various fields of artistic work are coupled with a range of different artistic attitudes, and these, in turn, with a variety of social positions assumed by artists, various historical conditions in which the profession functions, as well as the diverse courses of artistic careers. There are those who say that this profession is not an occupation, but a vocation of an almost mystical nature. Yet, it is still tempting to examine the phenomenon of the artist, at least to the extent that it is possible in light of the scarcity of historical data. (Series: Development in Humanities - Vol. 8)
Art

Art in the Postmodern Era

Author: Grzegorz Dziamski

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 134

View: 626

Art in the Postmodern Era examines how artists and intellectuals from Central and Eastern Europe got involved in debating postmodernism and how this postmodern in turn impacted the way of thinking about art in Central Europe. The book starts with a brief survey of 20th-century art and then focuses on the neo-avant-garde and the birth of postmodern art, with its democratization and subsequent shift towards a post-artistic epoch when anything can become art. The book also raises an important issue concerning art in the time of globalization. (Series: Development in Humanities - Vol. 3)
Art, American

American Art of the 1960s

Author: Irving Sandler

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Art, American

Page: 412

View: 504

Discusses the avant-garde, pop art, photo-realism, op art, kinetic sculpture, minimal sculpture, process art, earthworks, and conceptual art.
Art

Why Art After The Postmodern Era Is Not Real Art

Author: Cyrus Manasseh

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 10

View: 725

Document from the year 2019 in the subject Art - Art Theory, General, The University of Western Australia, course: Philosophy, language: English, abstract: In this philosophical lecture I discuss how and why the art of today is not a real art and how there are no standards anymore at all. I chose to give this lecture because I feel that if we understand why art today is not a real art, we will be able to change it and our conceptions for the future. This paper is an elaboration of the lecture and discusses how the heroic artists in Modernism were mistakenly taken as the examples and leaders for creating that which is seen as art in and after the post-modern era today.
Design

Minimalism and Fashion

Author: Elyssa Dimant

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN:

Category: Design

Page: 224

View: 990

Minimalism and Fashion is the first book to examine the minimalist movement in fashion while addressing its confluence with and divergence from similar currents in art, architecture, and design. Organized by decade, the text explores the evolving relationships and influences between fine art and the art of sartorial minimalism, and is accompanied by more than 150 breathtaking images. This sumptuous volume considers the work of the world’s most important designers and artists in fascinating juxtaposition. It contains creations by noteworthy designers, including Madeleine Vionnet, AndrÉ CourrÈges, Halston, Karl Lagerfeld, Rei Kawakubo, Miuccia Prada, Yohji Yamamoto, Helmut Lang, and many others. There are major works by such key minimalist artists as Frank Stella, Sol LeWitt, Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, Rachel Whiteread, Peter Halley, and Jeff Koons. The volume’s photography includes editorial shots by the greatest image makers of this century and the previous, including Richard Avedon, Hiro, Francesco Scavullo, Guy Bourdin, David Bailey, William Klein, Corinne Day, and Juergen Teller. The dialogue among fine art, photography, and fashion is explored in a brilliantly woven text that clarifies how each form has influenced the other. With its extraordinary art and insight, this book is a must for lovers of fashion as well as fine art and photography books.
Art

New Games

Author: Pamela M. Lee

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 256

View: 863

"Art History After the Sixties examines the 1960s and 1970s as a watershed era in our current understanding of art and its historiography. Pamela Lee asks how, why, and at what cost art critics of that generation shifted their attention away from aesthetics to focus pimarily on the social and political nature of art, most notably in the writings appearing in the influential journal October. She also looks closesly at the major artists of that era from Robert Smithson, most well known for his provocative earthwork Spiral Jetty, to Andy Warhol. Art History After the Sixties is the fifth volume in "Theories of Modernism and Postmodernism in the Visual Arts", James Elkins's series of short books on the theories of modernism written by leading art historians on twentieth-century art and art criticism. The book will feature a critical introduction by a fellow art historian placing the book in conversation with the previous books in the series."--
Art criticism

Swept Up by Art

Author: Irving Sandler

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Art criticism

Page: 227

View: 297

Irving Sandler's second memoir details his experiences as an art critic in New York city from the 1950s to the present.
Art

Art Of The Postmodern Era

Author: Irving Sandler

Publisher: Basic Books

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 680

View: 560

The fourth and final installment in Irving Sandler's series on contemporary art, Art of the Postmodern Era surveys the artists, works, movements, and ideas as well as the social and cultural context of this energetic and turbulent period in art.The book begins with the late 1960s, when new directions in art emerged, ranging from diverse postminimal styles to pattern and decoration painting and new image painting. In turn, the 1980s ushered in a second wave of new movements—neoexpressionism, media deconstruction, and commodity art. Sandler also discusses postmodernist art theory, the art market, and consumer society, providing an essential framework for understanding the art of this period.Unlike his previous books, Art of the Postmodern Era includes both American and European artists.
Art

Exhibitionism

Author: Lynne Munson

Publisher: Ivan R Dee

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 237

View: 939

This book identifies the sickness of ideas tha overtook the art world in the postmodern era.