Who Runs The Artworld

Author: Brad Buckley
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ISBN: 9781911450139
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Who Runs the Artworld: Money, Power and Ethics examines, using transdisciplinary strategies, the economics and mythologies of today's global artworld. It unmasks the complex web of relationships that now exist between, high profile curators, collectors, museum trustees and corporate sponsors, and the historic and ongoing complicity between the art and money markets. It also examines alternative models being deployed by curators and artists influenced by the 2008 global financial crisis and the international socio-political Occupy movement. With a particular focus on a renewed activism by artists, coupled with an institutional and social critique led by groups such as Liberate Tate, the Precarious Workers Brigade and Strike Debt. Who Runs the Artworld: Money, Power and Ethics is one of the first books that brings together a diverse range of thinkers.

Seven Days In The Art World

Author: Sarah Thornton
Editor: Granta Books
ISBN: 1847086934
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Contemporary art has become a mass entertainment, a luxury good, a job description and, for some, a kind of alternative religion. Sarah Thornton's shrewd and entertaining fly-on-the-wall narrative takes us behind the scenes of the art world, from art school to auction house, showing us how it works, and giving us a vivid sense of being there.

The Beat And The Buzz Inside The L A Art World

Author: Richard Hertz
Editor: Hol Art Books
ISBN: 193610220X
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The Beat and the Buzz is the history of the Los Angeles art world since 1970, as told by thirty-three of its participants, in their own words. This art-world family album captures the intimate, lived experiences of artists, dealers, curators and critics whose personal history is becoming codified as art history. Whether you're in Los Angeles, or not, this book is also about the tensions of making it as an artist, or not. Clarifying but also complicating the many factors of success, the accounts here demonstrate that it's not only who you know but also when you know them, and how they're willing to support you at crucial junctures in your career. Finally, "The Beat and the Buzz" is also just gossip: The entertaining anecdotes of thirty-three interesting people with their own inside tales and humorous asides about one another and about the world they have lived and worked in. As artist John Baldessari proclaims, "It's a page turner."Contributors: Tony Berlant, Alexis Smith, Javier Peres, Elyn Zimmerman, Hal Glicksman, Dorit Cypis, Henry Hopkins, Sarah Gavlak, Elyse Grinstein, Edward Goldman, Emi Fontana, Maynard Monrow, Gianna Carotenuto, Ed Moses, Judith Hoffberg, Daniel Hug, Dagny Corcoran, Clayton Campbell, Kathryn Andrews, James Hayward, Robert Berman, Lyn Kienholz, Tom Lawson, Kim Light, David Askevold, Christine Nichols, Marc Pally, Skip Arnold, Barbara Guggenheim, John O'Brien, Heather Harmon, Cliff Einstein, and Jeff Poe.

The Market System Of The Art World And New Art

Author: Krystyna Barbara Warchol
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The Changing Boundaries And Nature Of The Modern Art World

Author: Richard Kalina
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1350154741
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Concentrating on the shifting boundaries and definition of art, Richard Kalina offers a panoramic view of the contemporary art scene over the last 30 years. His focus is on the ongoing development of concepts, the transformation of art worlds and the social matrices in which they are created. Discussing painting in general and abstract painting in particular, his survey takes in photorealism, sculpture and art forms found outside of the modernist tradition. Kalina's group of artists includes Mel Bochner, Joan Mitchell, Cy Twombly, Franz West, and Alma Thomas who, in their ongoing projects, explicitly or implicitly questioned the aesthetic assumptions of their times. Merging an examination of animating philosophies and context - political, social, and personal - with a sharply focused look at the works of art themselves, Kalina brings us closer to understanding the social matrices in which art is embedded and responds to bigger questions about the object nature of the work of art in today's world.

Women Contesting The Mainstream Discourses Of The Art World

Author: Penelope Josephine Collet
Editor: Edwin Mellen Press
ISBN: 9780773462496
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A neglected area of publishing in the visual arts is that of women's perceptions and strategies for sustaining their careers as artists. This book reports on research which investigated the formative life experiences of nine women and how they perceived their positions as students, artists, art teachers and family members in relation to the discourses dominant in their lives. The study aimed to identify new discursive practices undertaken by the women to contest their positioning. It used feminist poststructuralist methodology that acknowledged the notion of constitution and positioning of the subject in discourse. This innovative methodology is valuable for researchers in a range of disciplines not only in studying careers of women but also other marginalised groups. Because of the reliance on the women's voices, the text contributes rich pictures of women's lives and their attempts to negotiate their careers in workplaces they described as battle grounds. Consequently the text has a wider appeal to readers interested in women's careers and art practice. experiences of the women who were able to challenge and restructure constraining discourses. They utilised a range of strategies to negotiate obstacles and, based on the women's experiences and the literature, the author is then able to propose further possible strategies.

Art World

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The Art World Directory

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Circa

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In The Stockholm Art World

Author: Deborah Ericson
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Music Educator Shinichi Suzuki

Author: Sarah Smith Hersh
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The New Republic

Author: Herbert David Croly
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Peter Greenaway S Post Cinematic Art World

Author: Paula Willoquet-Maricondi
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Eyewitness Reports From An Art World In Crisis

Author: Jed Perl
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Twenty-six essays discuss contemporary artists, developments in the world of museums and galleries, and how the art world is now dominated by market demands.

Art World Through The Lens Of Buby Durini

Author: Buby Durini
Editor: Distributed Art Pub Incorporated
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In this book the reader will see hitherto unpublished, historical photographs which, nevertheless, always live the surge and passion of a human relationship. Buby Durini was not a photographer, nor was he interested in photographic techniques. Together with Lucrezia De Domizio he began his journey both in art and beyond art. For Buby Durini it was only possible to photograph if he loved, and for him "to love" meant understanding, sharing, collaborating and living truth by way of the lens of life. During the last twenty-five years of his existence the love for Nature and Mankind led him to the profound meaning of art, establishing a rare and privileged relationship with the most important protagonists of the culture belonging to the later post-war period. An almost fraternal bond united him to Joseph Beuys with whom - and on a continuous basis - he shared numerous scientific and spiritual vicissitudes. The annotations, thoughts, testimonies, images and the same anomalous structure of the book are contributions towards the broadening of thought, expressions addressed to the sublimation of human creativity.

Inside The Art World

Author: Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel
Editor: Rizzoli International Publications
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Through a series of 36 interviews with leading contemporary artists and art world figures--including curators, collectors, museum directors, and dealers--Diamonstein investigates how artists view their own work and how the art world has changed in the past decade. Among those interviewed: Leo Castelli, Christo and Jeanne-Claude Christo, Jenny Holzer, Jasper Johns, Jeff Koons, Brice Marden, Robert Rauschenberg, and Richard Serra. Includes numerous photos of the interviewees in conversation. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Jamaican Art Worlds

Author: Cari Lee Borja
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Fortune

Author: Henry Robinson Luce
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New York

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Visions

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