Contemporary Art | Author: Natalie Rudd
Since the 1960s contemporary art has overturned the accepted historical categorizations of what constitutes art, who creates it, and how it is represented and validated. This guide brings the subject right up-to-date, exploring the notion of ?contemporary? and what it means in the present as well as how it came about.
Curator and writer Natalie Rudd explains the many aspects of contemporary art, from its backstory to today, including different approaches, media and recurring themes. Each chapter addresses a core question, explored via an accessible narrative and supported by an analysis of six relevant works.
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MCA Collection Handbook | Edited by: Natasha Bullock
The MCA Collection Handbook is an A to Z of over 150 artists' from across Australia and their work held in the MCA collection. This lavishly illustrated publication features new...
Zoe Leonard: Al Rio | Author: C. J. Alvarez | Multi-lingual edition
Zoe Leonard is among the most influential artists of her generation. Her work merges photography, sculpture, and installation, balancing rigorous conceptualism with a distinctly personal vision. Al Rio / To the...
Why have there been no great women artists? | Author: Linda Nochlin
The 50th anniversary edition of the first major work of feminist art history, published together with the author?s reflections three decades onLinda Nochlin?s seminal essay on women artists is widely...