Art in Theory, 1900-2000 An Anthology of Changing Ideas

ISBN-10: 0631227083
ISBN-13: 9780631227083
Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)
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Description: These 300 texts provide a vivid introduction to the history of art between 1900 and 2000. Major themes considered include: concepts of genius and originality, modes of landscape painting, the question of Modernity, and the aesthetics of photography.

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List price: $64.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/22/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1288
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.50" long x 2.00" tall
Weight: 2.662
Language: English

These 300 texts provide a vivid introduction to the history of art between 1900 and 2000. Major themes considered include: concepts of genius and originality, modes of landscape painting, the question of Modernity, and the aesthetics of photography.

Preface and Acknowledgements
A Note on the Presentation and Editing of Texts.General Introduction.
The Legacy of Symbolism:Introduction
Classicism and Originality:Paul Signac: from Eug�ne Delacroix to Neo-Impressionism 1899.
Paul Gauguin: letter to Fontainas 1899.
Sigmund Freud: from `On Dreams' 1901.
Otto Weininger: from Sex and Character 1903.
Max Liebermann: 'Imagination in Painting' 1904.
Paul C�zanne: letters to Emile Bernard 1904-06.
Rainer Maria Rilke: from Letters on C�zanne 1907.
Maurice Denis (intro. Roger Fry): 'C�zanne' 1907.
Maurice Denis: 'From Gauguin and Van Gogh to Neo-Classicism' 1909.
Julius Meier-Graefe: `The Mediums of Art, Past and Present' 1904.
Giorgio de Chirico: `Mystery and Creation' 1913
Expression and the Primitive:August Endell: 'The Beauty of Form and Decorative Art' 1897-98.
Albert Pinkham Ryder: 'Paragraphs from the Studio of a Recluse' 1905.
Andr� Derain: letters to Vlaminck c.1905-1909.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner: programme of Die Br�cke 1906.
Wilhelm Worringer: from Abstraction and Empathy 1908.
Henri Matisse: 'Notes of a Painter' 1908.
Roger Fry: 'An Essay in Aesthetics' 1909.
Wassily Kandinsky: from Concerning the Spiritual in Art 1911.
Wassily Kandinsky: The Cologne Lecture 1914.
Franz Marc: 'The "Savages" of Germany' and 'Two Pictures' 1912.
August Macke: 'Masks' 1912.
Emil Nolde: 'On Primitive Art' 1912.
Oscar Kokoschka: 'On the Nature of Visions' 1912.
Alexander Shevchenko: 'Neo-Primitivism' 1913.
Benedetto Croce: 'What is Art?' 1913.
Clive Bell: 'The Aesthetic Hypothesis' 1914.
Carl Einstein: 'Negro Sculpture' 1915.
Hermann Bahr: from Expressionism 1916.
Hans Prinzhorn: from Artistry of the Mentally Ill 1922.
The Idea of the Modern World:Introduction
Modernity:Georg Simmel: 'Metropolis and Mental Life' 1902-3.
Max Weber: 'Asceticism and the Spirit of Capitalism' 1904-05.
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin: 'Party Organization and Party Literature' 1905.
Henri Bergson: from Creative Evolution 1907.
Alexander Blok: 'Nature and Culture' 1908.
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti: 'The Foundation and Manifesto of Futurism' 1909.
Umberto Boccioni et al: 'Futurist Painting: Technical Manifesto' 1910.
Robert Delaunay: 'On the Construction of Reality in Pure Painting' 1912.
Georgy Valentinovich Plekhanov: from Art and Social Life 1912.
Franz Marc: 'Foreword' 1914.
Fernand L�ger: 'Contemporary Achievements in Painting' 1914.
Percy Wyndham Lewis: 'Our Vortex' 1914.
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska: 'Gaudier-Brzeska Vortex' 1914, and 'Vortex Gaudier-Brzeska' 1915.
Ludwig Meidner: 'Instructions for Painting Pictures of the Metropolis' 1914.
Karl Kraus: from 'In These Great Times' 1914.
Kasimir Malevich: From Cubism and Futurism to Suprematism: The New Realism in Painting 1915-16
Cubism:Jean Metzinger: 'Note on Painting' 1910.
Guillaume Apollinaire: 'The Cubists' 1911.
Guillaume Apollinaire: 'On the Subject in Modern Painting' 1912.
Guillaume Apollinaire: 'The New Painting: Art Notes' 1912.
Guillaume Apollinaire: from The Cubist Painters 1912.
Jacques Rivi�re: 'Present Tendencies in Painting' 1912.
Albert Gleizes
Fernand L�ger: 'The Origins of Painting and its Representational Value' 1913.
Olga Rozanova: 'The Bases of the New Creation' 1913.
Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler: from The Rise of Cubism 1916-20.
Georges Braque: 'Thoughts on Painting' 1917.
Pablo Picasso: 'Picasso Speaks' 1923.
Rationalization and Transformation:Introduction
Neo-Classicism and the Call to Order:Am�d�e Ozenfant: 'Notes on Cubism' 1916.
Guillaume Apollinaire: 'The New Spirit and the Poets' 1918.
Oswald Spengler: from The Decline of the West 1918.
Carlo Carr�: 'Our Antiquity' 1916-18.
L�once Rosenberg: 'Tradition and Cubism' 1

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