Art And Multitude

Author: Antonio Negri
Editor: Polity
ISBN: 0745648991
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"Metamorphoses: art and immaterial labour" talk given at the Tate Britain, 19 Jan. 2008.

The Murmuring Of The Artistic Multitude

Author: Pascal Gielen
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'Art sociologist Pascal Gielen defends the hypothesis that the globalized art scene is an ideal production entity for economic exploitation. These days the work ethic of the art world with its ever-present young dynamic, flexible working hoursm thematic approach, short-term contracts or lack of contracts and its unlimited, energetic freedom is capitalized within the cultural indyustry and has been converted into a standard production model. In the glow of the crative cities and the creative industry govermments embrace this post-Henry Ford work model and seamlessly link it to the globally-dominant neo-liberal market economy'--Back cover.

Art Activities Almanac

Author: Wayne University. Art Education Alumni Association
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Lygia Pape

Author: Iria Candela
Editor: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 1588396169
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Lygia Pape (1927–2004) was one of the most acclaimed and influential Brazilian artists of the twentieth century. As a prominent member of a generation of artists, architects, and designers who embraced the optimistic and constructive spirit of postwar Brazil, she is particularly known for her participation in the experimental art movement Neoconcretism, which sought to rework the legacy of European avant-garde abstraction to suit a new cultural context. Beyond the specific aims of Neoconcretism, however, Pape engaged with a wide range of media painting, drawing, poetry, graphic design and photography, film and performance—constantly experimenting in a quest to confront the canonical and discover unexplored territories in modern art. Following a coup d’etat in 1964, when the establishment of an authoritarian regime shattered dreams of shared prosperity in Brazil, Pape continued to pursue her art against difficult odds. The streets of Rio de Janeiro became her ultimate source of inspiration, as she created participatory works that questioned the space between artist and viewer and the social context of art itself. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px Verdana} This beautifully illustrated publication accompanies the first major exhibition in the United States devoted to the work of Lygia Pape. Featuring essays by art historians in both North and South America, as well as two previously untranslated interviews with the artist and an illustrated chronology, Lygia Pape is a testament to the artist’s lasting importance to the modern art and culture of Latin America and to her position as a major figure of the international avant-garde.

Art Activities Almanac

Author: Wayne State University Press
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ISBN: 9780814310663
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Solitude In Multitude

Author: Jane Larmour
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Global Multitude

Author: Hanru Hou
Editor: Bom Pub
ISBN: 9788493584443
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"In today's Europe, immigrants as a main element of the multitude are decisively important to a global-local negotiation and fundamentally transforming the structure of the society and the culture while they contribute significantly to the efficiency of the economic system. The multitude is the very driving force of a humane Europe. They propose alternative visions." "In "Global Multitude", we present the works by some of the most remarkable artists from this migrating multitude in today's European art scene as a perfect example of the making of such alternative visions."--BOOK JACKET.

The Art Of The Multitude

Author: Jonathan Vickery
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ISBN: 9783593505640
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Art and culture are marginalised from mainstream debates on democracy and society, particularly with the current turbulence in Europe and the global significance of a coherent European identity and sense of cultural unity. This book explores the power of participation in art works for the formation of public memory, for the commemoration of historical events, and for an urban landscape that articulates cultural identity and recognition. The public works of German conceptual artist Jochen Gerz are a fulcrum of our exploration, but the framework is more broadly the European experience of war, conflict, peace and reconciliation, with many other relevant works from the last 25 years in Europe under discussion. The common characteristic of art works under discussion is that people of different backgrounds are invited to participate, regardless of nationality, language, religion, political affiliation or class."

The Cyclop Dia Or Universal Dictionary Of Arts Sciences And Literature

Author: Abraham Rees
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The Cyclopaedia Or An Universal Dictionary Of Arts Sciences And Literature

Author: Abraham Rees
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The Hesperian

Author: William Davis Gallagher
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Multitude Adventures Gold Diamond Star Silver Givers God Art

Author: Marcia Batiste
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781500251895
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Multitude adventures gold diamond star silver givers appointed by God.

Christ In Art Or The Gospel Life Of Jesus With The Bida Illustrations

Author: Edward Eggleston
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Working Aesthetics

Author: Danielle Child
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1350022403
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Working Aesthetics is about the relationship between art and work under contemporary capitalism. Whilst labour used to be regarded as an unattractive subject for art, the proximity of work to everyday life has subsequently narrowed the gap between work and art. The artist is no longer considered apart from the economic, but is heralded as an example of how to work in neoliberal management textbooks. As work and life become obscured within the contemporary period, this book asks how artistic practice is affected, including those who labour for artists. Through a series of case studies, Working Aesthetics critically examines the moments in which labour and art intersect under capitalism. When did labour disappear from art production, or accounts of art history? Can we consider the dematerialization of art in the 1960s in relation to the deskilling of work? And how has neoliberal management theory adopting the artist as model worker affected artistic practices in the 21st century? With the narrowing of work and art visible in galleries and art discourse today, Working Aesthetics takes a step back to ask why labour has become a valid subject for contemporary art, and explores what this means for aesthetic culture today.

Multitude

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This exhibition investigates the memory of form and the agency of artistic process, mobility, and dissolution.

Pascal Gielen About The Murmuring Of The Artistic Multitude

Author: Pascal Gielen
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Publications Of The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Egyptian Expedition

Author: Hugh Gerard Evelyn-White
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