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Idiosyncratic Identities: Artists at the End of the Avant-Garde (Contemporary Artists & Their Critics) - Kuspit, Donald Burton
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[EAN: 9780521556521], [PU: Cambridge University Press], Art|History|General, Philosophy|History & Surveys|Modern, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Introduction: idiosyncracy: the final frontier; Part I. Zeitgeist: 1. The opera is over: a critique of eighties sensibility; 2. The appropriation of marginal art in the 1980s; 3. The magic kingdom of the museum; 4. Sizing art up (and down): the issue of quality; 5. The short, happy life of the work of art: from artifact to art to arty fact; 6. The end of creative imagination; 7. Marcel Duchamp: imposter artist; 8. Act out, turn off; Part II. Artists: 9. The horse in the industrial age: Deborah Butterfield's sculptures; 10. Improbable portraits: George Condo's drolleries; 11. Paradox perfected: Agnes Denes's pyramids; 12. The cunning of unreason: Charles Hinman's absurdist constructions; 13. Alfred Jensen: systems mystagogue; 14. Wolfgang Laib's mystical revolution; 15. Carlo Maria Mariani: the re-enactment of beauty; 16. Robert Mapplethorpe: aestheticising the perverse. 17; Jackson Pollock: late works, 1952-1955; 18. Voluptuous technology: Keith Sonnier's painterly sculpture; 19. Jorge Tacla's irreality; 20. The Psychopolitical Automatism of Antoni Tapies; 21. William Tucker: the fated return of the body; 22. Bill Viola: the mystical defense against the feeling of being mad; 23. Cooling excitement: eros and self in Paul Waldman's art; Part III. Speculations: 24. The great divide; 25. Art: sublimated expression of transitional experience? The examples of Van Gogh and Mondrian; 26. The expressive gaze; 27. Philosophy and art: elective affinities in an arranged marriage; 28. In search of the visionary image; 29. Envy and gratitude: the ambivalence of psychoanalysis to art; 30. The avant-garde complex and the postmodern perplex; 31. Mystic and maid.

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[SR: 1298274], Paperback, [EAN: 9780521556521], Cambridge University Press, Cambridge University Press, Book, [PU: Cambridge University Press], Cambridge University Press, Postmodernism has been described as a decadent and pluralistic period, where avant-garde art has been institutionalised, stereotyped and effectively neutralised; and where models of art seem to stand in ironical, nihilistic relationship to every other. In this study, Donald Kuspit argues that only the idiosyncratic artist remains credible and convincing in the postmodern era. He pursues a sense of artistic and human identity in a situation where there are no guidelines, art historically or socially. Idiosyncratic art, Kuspit posits, is a radically personal art that establishes unconscious communication between individuals in doubt of their identity. Functioning as a medium of self-identification, it affords a sense of authentic selfhood and communicative intimacy in a postmodern society where authenticity and intimacy seem irrelevant and absurd., 713036011, History, 1064, History & Criticism, 1, Arts & Photography, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[SR: 1298274], Paperback, [EAN: 9780521556521], Cambridge University Press, Cambridge University Press, Book, [PU: Cambridge University Press], Cambridge University Press, Postmodernism has been described as a decadent and pluralistic period, where avant-garde art has been institutionalised, stereotyped and effectively neutralised; and where models of art seem to stand in ironical, nihilistic relationship to every other. In this study, Donald Kuspit argues that only the idiosyncratic artist remains credible and convincing in the postmodern era. He pursues a sense of artistic and human identity in a situation where there are no guidelines, art historically or socially. Idiosyncratic art, Kuspit posits, is a radically personal art that establishes unconscious communication between individuals in doubt of their identity. Functioning as a medium of self-identification, it affords a sense of authentic selfhood and communicative intimacy in a postmodern society where authenticity and intimacy seem irrelevant and absurd., 713036011, History, 1064, History & Criticism, 1, Arts & Photography, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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Postmodernism has been described as a decadent and pluralistic period, where avant-garde art has been institutionalised, stereotyped and effectively neutralised; and where models of art seem to stand in ironical, nihilistic relationship to every other. In this study, Donald Kuspit argues that only the idiosyncratic artist remains credible and convincing in the postmodern era. He pursues a sense of artistic and human identity in a situation where there are no guidelines, art historically or socially. Idiosyncratic art, Kuspit posits, is a radically personal art that establishes unconscious communication between individuals in doubt of their identity. Functioning as a medium of self-identification, it affords a sense of authentic selfhood and communicative intimacy in a postmodern society where authenticity and intimacy seem irrelevant and absurd. art,arts music and photography,health fitness and dieting,history,history and criticism,philosophy,psychology and counseling Philosophy, Cambridge University Press

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