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A varied selection of content, including excerpts, new translations, interviews with curators and artists, and art criticism. The Reader is contextualised under key themes and ideas that underpin the notion of a global art history that spans from the 1400s to present day. -- .
By Nizan Shaked
Traces two intersecting trajectories in American art. It shows how rights-based 1960s politics and the identity politics of the 1970s influenced the development of Conceptual art with a capital 'C' into the diverse set of practices generally characterised as conceptualist with a lower-case 'c'. -- .
The riveting account of how Britain's most prolific and versatile forger hoodwinked the art world.
Originally published between 1968 and 2009, this collection of 25 pieces includes six interviews translated into English for the first time and a new transcription of a Q&A session with Baudrillard following a lecture he gave in London in 1994, The guiding theme of the collection is Baudrillard's engagement with...
By Hans Maes
What is art? What counts as an aesthetic experience? Does art have to beautiful? Can one reasonably dispute about taste? What is the relation between aesthetic and moral evaluations? How do we interpret a work of art? Hans Maes presents lively conversations about these and many related questions with ten...