Critical perspectives on contemporary painting : hybridity, hegemony, historicism

Title
Critical perspectives on contemporary painting : hybridity, hegemony, historicism

Publication Information
Liverpool : Liverpool University Press : Tate Liverpool, 2003.

ISBN
9780853239581

Physical Description
271 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm.

Target Audience
1580 L

Series
Tate Liverpool critical forum ; v. 6

Language
English

Contents
Introduction : Hybridity, hegemony, historicism / Jonathan Harris -- Painting in a 'hybrid moment' / Alison Rowley & Griselda Pollock -- Painting as aporia / David Green -- Technology, time, and the return of abstract painting / Graham MacPhee -- Tracing hybrid strategies in Brazilian modern art / Michael Asbury -- Beatriz Milhazes : towards a tropical syntax / Katya Garcia Anton -- Artists on hybridity : statements by / Joshua Mosley, Andrew Johnson, Clayton Merrell, Paul Hubbard, Margery Amdur and Martha J. Gelarden -- Hybridity versus tradition : contemporary art and cultural politics / Jonathan Harris -- Well-connected : hybrids, Philip Guston, and Kraftwerk / Simon Wallis.

Lexile Measure
1580

Subject Term
Painting, Modern -- 20th century -- Congresses.

Added Author
Harris, Jonathan (Jonathan P.)

Added Corporate Author
Tate Gallery Liverpool.


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