Pollock and After The Critical Debate
Edition: 2nd 2000 (Revised)
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Description: First published in 1985,Pollock and Afterestablished itself as a widely-read and highly influential collection of key writings on Abstract Expressionism. This revised edition, featuring ten new articles, is fully updated to take account of new critical approaches to post-war American art. Contributors: Anna C. Chave, T J Clark, Eva Cockcroft, David Craven, Michael Fried, Anne Eden Gibson, Clement Greenberg, Serge Guilbaut, Michael Kimmelman, Max Kozloff, Rosalind E. Krauss, Michael Leja, Jane de Hart Mathews, Fred Orton, Griselda Pollock, A. Deirdre Robson, David and Cecile Shapiro.
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Copyright year: 2000
Publication date: 12/19/2000
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Looking Forward, Looking Back: 1985-1999|
|The critical debate and its origins|
|Avant-Garde and Kitsch|
|Towards a Newer Laocoon|
|Clement Greenberg's Theory of Art|
|How Modernism Works: a Response to T. J. Clark|
|Arguments About Modernism: a Reply to Michael Fried|
|History: representation and misrepresentation--the case of abstract expressionism: Revisionism in the 1970s and early 1980s|
|American Painting During the Cold War|
|Abstract Expressionism, Weapon of the Cold War|
|Art and Politics in Cold War America|
|Abstract Expressionism: the Politics of Apolitical Painting|
|The New Adventures of the Avant-Garde in America|
|Avant-Gardes and Partisans Reviewed|
|Abstract Expressionism, Automatism and the Age of Automation|
|Action, Revolution and Painting|
|The Market for Abstract Expressionism: the Time Lag Between Critical and Commercial Acceptance|
|Revisiting the Revisionists: the Modern, Its Critics, and the Cold War|
|Abstract Expressionism: Other Politics|
|Pollock and Krasner: Script and Postscript|
|Reframing Abstract Expressionism: Gender and Subjectivity|
|Greenberg on Pollock|