Contemporary art : 1989 to the present

edited by Alexander Dumbadze and Suzanne Hudson

The contemporary art world has expanded exponentially over the last two decades, generating uncertainty as to what matters and why. Contemporary Art: 1989 to the Present offers an unparalleled resource for students, artists, scholars, and art enthusiasts. It is the first collection of its kind to br...

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Other Authors: Dumbadze, Alexander Blair, 1973- (Editor), Hudson, Suzanne Perling, 1977- (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley-Blackwell, 2013.
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Physical Description:xv, 493 pages ; 23 cm
ISBN(s):9781444338669 : paperback
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505 0 0 |t Contributors --  |t Introduction /  |r Alexander Dumbadze /  |r Suzanne Hudson --  |g 1.  |t The Contemporary and Globalization --  |t Worlds Apart: Contemporary Art, Globalization, and the Rise of Biennials /  |r Tim Griffin --  |t "Our" Contemporaneity? /  |r Terry Smith --  |t The Historicity of the Contemporary is Now! /  |r Jean-Philippe Antoine --  |g 2.  |t Art After Modernism and Postmodernism --  |t Elite Art in an Age of Populism /  |r Julian Stallabrass --  |t "Of Adversity we Live!" /  |r Monica Amor --  |t Making it Work: Artists and Contemporary Art in China /  |r Pauline J. Yao --  |g 3.  |t Formalism --  |t Form Struggles /  |r Jan Verwoert --  |t Formalism Redefined /  |r Anne Ellegood --  |t The World in Plain View: Form in the Service of the Global /  |r Joan Kee --  |g 4.  |t Medium Specificity --  |t The (Re)Animation of Medium Specificity in Contemporary Art /  |r Sabeth Buchmann --  |t Medium Aspecificity/Autopoietic Form /  |r Irene V. Small --  |t Specificity /  |r Richard Shiff --  |g 5.  |t Art and Technology --  |t Test Sites: Fabrication /  |r Michelle Kuo --  |t Inhabiting the Technosphere: Art and Technology Beyond Technical Invention /  |r Ina Blom --  |t Conceptual Art 2.0 /  |r David Joselit --  |g 6.  |t Biennials --  |t In Defense of Biennials /  |r Massimiliano Gioni --  |t Curating in Heterogeneous Worlds /  |r Geeta Kapur --  |t Biennial Culture and the Aesthetics of Experience /  |r Caroline A. Jones --  |g 7.  |t Participation --  |t Participation /  |r Liam Gillick /  |r Maria Lind --  |t The Ripple Effect: "Participation" as an Expanded Field /  |r Johanna Burton --  |t Publicity and Complicity in Contemporary Art /  |r Sofia Hernández Chong Cuy --  |g 8.  |t Activism --  |t Activism /  |r Andrea Giunta --  |t Knit Dissent /  |r Julia Bryan-Wilson --  |t Light from a Distant Star: A Meditation on Art, Agency, and Politics /  |r Raqs Media Collective --  |g 9.  |t Agency --  |t Participation in Art: 10 Theses /  |r Juliane Rebentisch --  |t Fusions of Powers: Four Models of Agency in the Field of Contemporary Art, Ranked Unapologetically in Order of Preference /  |r Tirdad Zolghadr --  |t Life Full of Holes: Contemporary Art and Bare Life /  |r T. J. Demos 287 --  |g 10.  |t The Rise of Fundamentalism --  |t Monotheism à la Mode /  |r Sven Lütticken --  |t Freedom's Just Another Word /  |r Terri Weissman --  |t On the Frontline: The Politics of Terrorism in Contemporary Pakistani Art /  |r Atteqa Ali --  |g 11.  |t Judgment --  |t Judgment's Troubled Objects /  |r Joao Ribas --  |t A Producers Journal, or Judgment A Go-Go /  |r Frank Smigiel --  |t After Criticism /  |r Lane Relyea --  |g 12.  |t Markets --  |t Globalization and Commercialization of the Art Market /  |r Olav Velthuis --  |t Three Perspectives on the Market /  |r Mihai Pop /  |r Sylvia Kouvali /  |r Andrea Rosen --  |t Untitled /  |r Ayreen Anastas /  |r Rene Gabri --  |g 13.  |t Art Schools and the Academy --  |t Lifelong Learning /  |r Katy Siegel --  |t Art without Institutions /  |r Anton Vidokle --  |t Will the Academy Become a Monster? /  |r Pi Li --  |g 14.  |t Scholarship --  |t Our Literal Speed: Our Literal Speed --  |t Globalization, Art History, and the Specter of Difference /  |r Chika Okeke-Agulu --  |t The Academic Condition of Contemporary Art /  |r Carrie Lambert-Beatty --  |t Index. 
520 |a The contemporary art world has expanded exponentially over the last two decades, generating uncertainty as to what matters and why. Contemporary Art: 1989 to the Present offers an unparalleled resource for students, artists, scholars, and art enthusiasts. It is the first collection of its kind to bring together fresh perspectives from leading international art historians, critics, curators, and artists for a far-ranging dialogue about contemporary art. 
520 8 |a The book is divided into fourteen thematic clusters: The Contemporary and Globalization; Art after Modernism and Postmodernism; Formalism; Medium Specificity; Art and Technology; Biennials; Participation; Activism; Agency; The Rise of Fundamentalism; Judgment; Markets; Art Schools and the Academy; and Scholarship. Every section presents three essays, each of which puts forward a distinct viewpoint that can be read independently or considered in tandem. 
520 8 |a With up-to-date research concerns, as well as more enduring topics, this text will provoke lively discussion regarding contemporary art, its study, and its historiography. Contemporary Art: 1989 to the Present provides a much-needed examination of the contemporary situation, and an encapsulation of a complex intellectual Zeitgeist. 
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