Item Number: 107502
Title: Dialectical Conversions : Donald Kuspit's Art Criticism
Author: Craven, David ; Brian Winkenweder (eds)
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Description: Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, distributed by the University of Chicago Press, 2010. 25cm., hardcover, 276pp., 10 illus., most in color. Publisher's summary : Few art critics in Western history have had the lasting international impact of philosopher and psychoanalyst Donald Kuspit. A student of Theodor Adorno, Kuspit introduced in the 1970s a new type of philosophical art criticism drawing on critical theory, phenomenology, and psychoanalysis. Dense and demanding, yet deft and incisive, this multifaceted art criticism has gained world renown for reasons that critics, art historians, and philosophers from around the world explain here. The first book about one of the most distinguished art critics in history, Dialectical Conversions is a searching survey of Kuspit's role in triggering several historic shifts within art criticism. (Value : Art : Politics)
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