Polemics, Postmodernism, Immersion, Militarized Space

@article{Foster2004PolemicsPI,
  title={Polemics, Postmodernism, Immersion, Militarized Space},
  author={Hal Foster},
  journal={Journal of Visual Culture},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={320 - 335}
}
  • Hal Foster
  • Published 1 December 2004
  • Art
  • Journal of Visual Culture
Hal Foster is Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University. Internationally regarded for his provocative writings on 20th-century art practice, and as an Editor of the journal October, Professor Foster is the author of Design and Crime (and Other Diatribes) (2002), The Return of the Real (1996), Compulsive Beauty (1993), Recodings: Art, Spectacle, Cultural Politics(1985) and Prosthetic Gods (on the relation between modernism and psychoanalysis, 2004… 

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