Art and Contemporary Critical Practice: Reinventing Institutional Critique
by Gerald Raunig, Gene Ray
Publisher: MayFlyBooks 2009
Number of pages: 287
The essays collected in this volume develop the models of institutional critique in ways that go well beyond the field of art. Interrogating the shifting relations between 'institutions' and 'critique', the contributors to this volume analyze the past and present of institutional critique and propose lines of future development.
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by Clara E. C. Waters - Project Gutenberg
The fine arts are Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, Poetry, and Music, and though we could live if none of these existed, yet life would be far from the pleasant experience that it is often made to be through the enjoyment of these arts.
by S. S. Van Dine - Dodd, Mead
This book inquires into the function of all great art, and defines those elements which make for genuine worth. It explains both the basic and superficial differences between ancient and modern art and points out the superiority of the new methods.
by Sarah K. Bolton - Thomas Y. Crowell & Co.
'Reverence for what is great is a universal feeling...' From the table of contents: Michael Angelo; Leonardo da Vinci; Raphael of Urbino; Titian; Murillo; Rubens; Rembrandt; Sir Joshua Reynolds; Sir Edwin Landseer; Turner.
by Franz von Reber - Harper & brothers
A history of the fine arts that treats their various manifestations with intelligence and in just proportion. It serves equally well as an introduction to the study and as a treatise to which the advanced student may refer...