In this challenging collection of fifteen essays, most of which originally appeared in October, Rosalind Krauss explores the ways in which the break in style that produced postmodernism has forced a change in our various understandings of twentieth-century art, beginning with the almost mythic idea of the avant-garde.
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Rosalind E. Krauss is University Professor in the Department of Art History at Columbia University, where, from 1995 to 2006, she held the Meyer Schapiro Chair in Modern Art and Theory. She is a founding editor of October and the author of Passages in Modern Sculpture, The Originality of the Avant-Garde and Other Myths, The Optical Unconscious, Bachelors, Perpetual Inventory, Under Blue Cup (all published by the MIT Press), and other books.Review:
All of her observations are unfailingly original and provocative.(Art Documentation)
Krauss's essays, for their erudition, for their interpretations (particularly of artists whose work we thought we knew well), and for their siting of the art within the fullest possible range of discourses, stand as paradigmatic models for contemporary criticism."(J. T. Paoletti, Wesleyan University)
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Descrizione libro MIT Press, 1985. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110262110938