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 Harold North Fowler - MacMillan
A sketch of the history of sculpture from the beginnings of civilization to the present day. The author attempted no detailed criticism. A brief description of the materials and methods employed in sculpture is contained in the Introduction.
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