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- Parkstone International 2012; US$ 8.95
Vincent van Gogh (Groot-Zundert, Brabant, 1853 ? Auvers-sur-Oise, 1890)La vie et l'oeuvre de Vincent van Gogh sont si étroitement liées qu'il est quasiment impossible de voir ses toiles sans y lire le récit de sa vie : van Gogh est en effet devenu l'incarnation du martyr souffrant et incompris de l'art moderne, l'emblème de l'artiste marginal. Le premier... more...
- Gregory R. Miller 2011; US$ 25.00
Curator and historian, gallerist and writer: Klaus Kertess has long been a decisive and forward-thinking presence in the art world. He founded the Bykert Gallery in 1966, where he represented artists including Chuck Close, Ralph Humphrey, Brice Marden and Dorothea Rockburne; three decades later, he curated the 1995 Whitney Biennial, the follow-up... more...
- McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2012; US$ 45.00
This book offers the first comprehensive examination of the psychodynamic theories of artistic creativity and the arts. Neither oversimplifying the complexity of these theories, nor bogging down in pedantic discourse, it honors the depth and richness of the work of Freud, Adler, Kris, Reich, Jung, and several lesser-known theorists, while making their... more...
- Counterpoint 2012; US$ 26.99
In 1955, Jenny Van Horne was a 21-year-old, naïve Bennington College graduate on her own for the first time in New York City when she met 46-year-old Clement Greenberg who, she is told, is the most famous, the most important, art critic in the world? and soon finds herself swept into his world and the heady company of Hans Hofmann, Willem de Kooning,... more...
- Parkstone International 2015; US$ 9.95
It is impossible to reflect upon Frederic Remington?s art without thinking of the merely human elements. Remington became interested in the American Indian, probably because he became interested in the active, exciting life of the American Great Plains. The Indian appealed to him not in any histrionic way, not as a figure stepped out from the pages... more...
Künstlerische Beziehungen zwischen England und Deutschland in der viktorianischen Epoche / Art in Britain and Germany in the Age of Queen Victoria and Prince AlbertDe Gruyter 1998; US$ 116.21
Künstlerische Beziehungen zwischen England und Deutschland in der viktorianischen Epoche / Art in Britain and Germany in the Age of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert more...
- SensePublishers 2011; US$ 36.99
In this book the notions of real learning and equality are approached as processes of becoming leading to the figuration of new worlds through local curations of learning and practice. Though its main theses are mainly grounded in the context of art practice and education they have a much wider application to other (perhaps all) contexts of learning... more...
- SensePublishers 2012; US$ 36.99
In taking the critique of inclusion and entry as a first step, Art?s Way Out?s discussion of art, politics and learning aims to delineate what an exit pedagogy would look like: where culture is neither seen as a benign form of inclusion nor as a hegemonic veil by which we are all subscribed to the system via popularized forms of artistic and cultural... more...
- Sourcebooks 2012; US$ 22.99
Feeling nostalgic for the almost forgotten written letter, author and former ad man Ivan Cash fell upon a simple idea: he invited anyone in the world to send him an email, and he'd write it out in a letter and mail it, for free. Participants could even request a doodle or to seal it with a kiss. What started out as a personal art project exploded... more...