Art Since 1980: Charting The Contemporary by Peter KalbArt Since 1980: Charting The Contemporary by Peter Kalb

Art Since 1980: Charting The Contemporary

byPeter Kalb

Paperback | September 16, 2013

Pricing and Purchase Info

$98.75 online 
$115.00 list price save 14%
Earn 494 plum® points

Ships within 1-2 weeks

Ships free on orders over $25

Not available in stores

about

 

Examines contemporary art from its roots to the present day

Art Since 1980: Charting the Contemporary presents a chronological survey from the late 20th century into the early 21st century. This title is built around short discussions on individual artists. Author Peter Kalb maintains a balance between a social history of institutions and contexts, and attention to individual aesthetic choices. Works cited come from these fields: painting, photography, and sculpture, plus installation, performance, and video art.

 

 

Peter R. Kalb is the Cynthia L. and Theodore S. Berenson Professor of Contemporary Art at Brandeis University where he teaches modern and contemporary art history. Before preparing Art Since 1980 he was the revising author of the Fifth Edition of H.H. Arnason History of Modern Art and the author of High Drama: The New York Cityscapes o...
History Of Modern Art
History Of Modern Art

by H. H. H Arnason

$138.20

Out of stock online

Not available in stores

Title:Art Since 1980: Charting The ContemporaryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 11.4 × 8.6 × 0.5 inPublished:September 16, 2013Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0205935567

ISBN - 13:9780205935567

Look for similar items by category:

Customer Reviews of Art Since 1980: Charting The Contemporary

Reviews

Table of Contents

In this section:

1) Brief Table of Contents

2) Detailed Table of Contents

 


BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Introduction

Chapter 1. Discovering the Contemporary

Chapter 2. Taking Pictures: Appropriation and Its Consequences

Chapter 3. Back to the Easel: Neo-Expressionism and the Return of Painting

Chapter 4. Into the Streets

Chapter 5. Commodities and Consumerism

Chapter 6. Memory and History

Chapter 7. Culture, Body, Self

Chapter 8. Eastward Expansion: Contemporary Art in Russia and China

Chapter 9. Engaging the Global Present

Chapter 10. New Metaphors and New Narratives

Chapter 11. The Art of Contemporary Experience

             


DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Introduction

The Beginnings of Contemporaneity and the Object of Its Critique

Clement Greenberg: Objects of Concern

Beginning the Contemporary

Exhibitions and the Art Market

Narrative and Methods

Chapter 1. Discovering the Contemporary

New Movements and the New Metaphors

Institutional Critique

African-American Critiques

Feminist Statements

Chapter 2. Taking Pictures: Appropriation and Its Consequences

Power on Display

Identity and the Gaze

Spaces of Action

Chapter 3. Back to the Easel: Neo-Expressionism and the Return of Painting

“A New Spirit in Painting”

The United States

Italy

Germany

Epilogue, Addenda, Errata

Chapter 4. Into the Streets

The East Village and the Alternative Scene

Art in the Community

From Marked Territory to the Mass Media

Chapter 5. Commodities and Consumerism

Market Forces

Signs and Abstractions

Commodity and Form in Europe     

The Internationalism of Commodity Art

Chapter 6. Memory and History

Memorializing War

African-American Histories

Art Histories and Civil Wars

Chapter 7. Culture, Body, Self

Body as Form and Content

Changing Strategies: Body as Social Medium

Too Close: Personal Lives and Artistic Practices

Embodying Abstraction

Beyond the “I”

Chapter 8. Eastward Expansion: Contemporary Art in Russia and China

Russia

China

Chapter 9. Engaging the Global Present

Cuban Experiments

Mapping the Global Present

Youth Culture as a Measure of Global Change?

Imaging the Global Economy

Nodes on the Global Network: Israel and Palestine

Chapter 10. New Metaphors and New Narratives

Relearning to Paint

Space and Sculpture

The Power of Fiction

Narrativity 2.0

Chapter 11. The Art of Contemporary Experience

The Experience of Experience

Experience Observed

Mass Media, Personal Experience, and Politics

Editorial Reviews

“The writing is clear, artists are well chosen, and the chapter organization is logical. . . . The author strikes an admirable balance between a social history of institutions and contexts, and attention to individual aesthetic choices.” -Bill Anthes, Pitzer College   “A quite complete and detailed survey of contemporary art, that . . . goes into substantial detail on a number of world contemporary artists.” -Ellen Hoobler, Columbia University   “A good overview of late twentieth-century art, organized thematically and built of short discussions of individual artists. The way that the text is primarily organized around short discussions of individual artists or organizations is effective." -Sarah Hollenberg, University of Utah   “Excellent research; great insights and surprisingly comprehensive.” -Doreen Maloney, University of Kentucky