Pollock and After Critical Debate
Edition: 2nd 2000 (Revised)
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Description: Taking account of new critical approaches to post-war American art, contributors explore the work of modernist critic Clement Greenberg and his contemporaries as well as critical and institutional responses to art.
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List price: $41.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publication date: 12/21/2000
Size: 6.75" 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|