Art and Culture
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Publisher : Beacon Press
Release Date : 1971-06-01
ISBN 10 : 0807097020
Pages : 288 pages
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"Clement Greenberg is, internationally, the best-known American art critic popularly considered to be the man who put American vanguard painting and sculpture on the world map. . . . An important book for everyone interested in modern painting and sculpture."—The New York Times

Traditional Japanese Arts And Culture

by Stephen Addiss,Gerald Groemer,J. Thomas Rimer

Compiled in this volume is original material on Japanese arts and culture from the prehistoric era to the Meiji Restoration (1867). These sources, including many translated here for the first time, are placed in their historical context and outfitted with brief commentaries, allowing the reader to make connections to larger concepts and values found in Japanese culture. This book contains material on the visual and literary arts, as well as primary texts on topics not easily classified in Western categories, such

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Art and Culture

by Clement Greenberg

"Clement Greenberg is, internationally, the best-known American art critic popularly considered to be the man who put American vanguard painting and sculpture on the world map. . . . An important book for everyone interested in modern painting and sculpture."—The New York Times

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The Economics of Art and Culture

by Heilbrun James,James Heilbrun,Charles M. Gray

Systematic review of the economics of the arts and performing arts.

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Economics of Art and Culture

by Bruno S. Frey

This book studies the relationship between the arts and the economy. By applying economic thinking to arts and culture, it analyses markets for art and cultural goods, highlights specific facets of art auctions and discusses determinants of the economic success of artists. The author also sheds new light on various cultural areas, such as the performing and visual arts, festivals, films, museums and cultural heritage. Lastly, the book discusses cultural policies, the role of the state in financing culture, and

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The Persistence of Melancholia in Arts and Culture

by Andrea Bubenik

This book explores the history and continuing relevance of melancholia as an amorphous but richly suggestive theme in literature, music, and visual culture, as well as philosophy and the history of ideas. Inspired by Albrecht Dürer’s engraving Melencolia I (1514)—the first visual representation of artistic melancholy—this volume brings together contributions by scholars from a variety of disciplines. Topics include: Melencolia I and its reception; how melancholia inhabits landscapes, soundscapes, figures and objects; melancholia in medical and psychological

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Disability Arts and Culture

by Petra Kuppers

This collection offers insight into different study approaches to disability art and culture practices, and asks: what does it mean to approach disability-focused cultural production and consumption as generative sites of meaning-making? International scholars and practitioners use ethnographic and participatory action research approaches; textual and discourse analysis; as well as other methods to discover how disability figures into our contemporary world(s). Chapters within the collection explore, amongst other topics, deaf theatre productions, representations of disability on-screen, community engagement projects

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Policy Matters

by Clive Robertson

"In this book Clive Robertson examines the subject of arts administration through the three major topics of 'artist-run culture as movement and apparatus', 'custody battles with/at the Canada Council' and Carings for art and culture'. Includes interviews with Paule Leduc, Roch Carrier, Edythe Goodriche, and Bruce Russell." -- From Art Metropole website (viewed 23 May 2018).

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Routledge International Handbook of the Sociology of Art and Culture

by Laurie Hanquinet,Mike Savage

The Routledge Handbook of the Sociology of Arts and Culture offers a comprehensive overview of sociology of art and culture, focusing especially – though not exclusively – on the visual arts, literature, music, and digital culture. Extending, and critiquing, Bourdieu’s influential analysis of cultural capital, the distinguished international contributors explore the extent to which cultural omnivorousness has eclipsed highbrow culture, the role of age, gender and class on cultural practices, the character of aesthetic preferences, the contemporary significance of screen culture,

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Arts and Cultural Programming

by Gay Carpenter,Douglas Emerson Blandy

Arts and Cultural Programming draws on current knowledge of leisure programming strategies for organizations in a variety of recreation settings. The authors provide step-by-step application of basic theory and approaches to designing, implementing, and evaluating one-time events, annual or seasonal events, and yearlong programs.

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Electronic Visualisation in Arts and Culture

by Jonathan P. Bowen,Suzanne Keene,Kia Ng

Presenting the latest technological developments in arts and culture, this volume demonstrates the advantages of a union between art and science. Electronic Visualisation in Arts and Culture is presented in five parts: Imaging and Culture New Art Practice Seeing Motion Interaction and Interfaces Visualising Heritage Electronic Visualisation in Arts and Culture explores a variety of new theory and technologies, including devices and techniques for motion capture for music and performance, advanced photographic techniques, computer generated images derived from different sources,

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Arts and Culture

by Janetta Rebold Benton,Robert DiYanni

For one semester/quarter courses on Introduction to the Humanities or Cultural Studies. Now in full color, Arts and Culture provides an introduction to global civilizations and their artistic achievements, history, and cultures. The authors consider two important questions: What makes a work a masterpiece of its type? And what qualities of a work enable it to be appreciated over time? Critical thinking is also highlighted throughout the text with 4 different box features that ask students to explore connections across

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Points of Contact

by Susan Crutchfield,Marcy Epstein

A richly diverse collection of essays, memoir, poetry and photography on aspects of disability and its representation in art

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Africa  Arts and Cultures

by British Museum

This strikingly illustrated, authoritative reassessment of African art is based on the world-renowned collection housed in the British Museum. By presenting art from across the continent, past and present, the volume offers an innovative approach that allows the reader to appreciate African art in its totality. 200 illustrations, 150 in color.

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Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture

by N.A

This volume emphasizes the economic aspects of art and culture, a relatively new field that poses inherent problems for economics, with its quantitative concepts and tools. Building bridges across disciplines such as management, art history, art philosophy, sociology, and law, editors Victor Ginsburgh and David Throsby assemble chapters that yield new perspectives on the supply and demand for artistic services, the contribution of the arts sector to the economy, and the roles that public policies play. With its focus on

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Against Art and Culture

by Liam Dee

Offering a negative definition of art in relation to the concept of culture, this book establishes the concept of ‘art/culture’ to describe the unity of these two fields around named-labour, idealised creative subjectivity and surplus signification. Contending a conceptual and social reality of a combined ‘art/culture’ , this book demonstrates that the failure to appreciate the dynamic totality of art and culture by its purported negators is due to almost all existing critiques of art and culture being defences

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New Africa Arts and Culture

by L. Solomon,T. Schouw

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Arts and Culture

by John Tidey,Jackie Tidey

Explores various aspects of Chinese culture, including festivals, music, literature, and art.

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Southeast Asian Art and Culture

by Aurora Roxas Lim

"The diverse cultures of Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, the ten countries of the ASEAN region, evolved basic artistic forms and expressions that closely interface with their history, society and religion. This publication is the result of discussions and exchanges among representative scholars of the ASEAN countries on presenting Southeast Asian art and culture from a contextual Asian perspective. It shows art and culture across Southeast Asia drawing from similar and yet

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Aceh

by Holly Susan Smith

Although it is stamped with the title of "Special Province," Daerah Istimewa Aceh is perhaps the region of Indonesia that best fits the archipelago's motto of "Unity in Diversity." This beautifully-illustrated book describes the various influences that have contributed to Aceh's rich and diversified culture.

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