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The Artist's Voice: Talks With Seventeen Artists

  title={The Artist's Voice: Talks With Seventeen Artists},
  author={Katharine Kuh},
Ready-Made Artist: The Genealogy of a Concept
Claire Fontaine is a Parisbased collective artist founded in 2004. After lifting her name from a popular brand of French notebooks, she declared herself a “readymade artist” and went on strike. She
The Large Glass Seen Anew: Reflections of Contemporary Science and Technology in Marcel Duchamp's Hilarious Picture
Marcel Duchamp's The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass) of 19151923 is a unique image-text system in which the physical object is complemented by hundreds of preparatory
"Faire Un Cinema": Marcel Duchamp and the Moving Image
Marcel Duchamp was among the first artists in the transatlantic avant-garde to acquire his own movie camera in 1920. Yet he would produce only a single complete film, Anemic Cinema (1926), over the
Early Sunday Morning
  • K. A. Marling
  • Art, History
    Smithsonian Studies in American Art
  • 1988
nullity. The length of the picture echoes the imperious sweep of cornice and stringcourse, sidewalk and curb. These horizontals pull the eye away from art toward reality--toward the world of
Signals and noise: art, literature and the avant-garde
painting as more properly aesthetic by contrasting it to representational painting which he linked, once again, to literature: “representational painting is like literature, [in] that it tends to
Expressionist painter Mark Rothko was especially interested in the ways in which his “color fields” engaged the viewer. When his contemporary Morris Graves viewed the color fields, they were
Reasons for moving : Mark Strand on the art of Edward Hopper
Edward Hopper’s work has repeatedly been regarded by a range of critics as among the most significant productions of 20th century American art and has been discussed in connection with phenomena as
Using creative visual research methods to understand media audiences
This article introduces an emerging area of qualitative media «audience» research, in which individuals are asked to produce media or visual material themselves, as a way of exploring their
The Living Line: Modern Art and the Economy of Energy
Robin Veder's The Living Line is a radical reconceptualization of the development of late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century American modernism. The author illuminates connections among the
Ivan Albright’s Ida and the “Object Congealed around a Soul”
This essay considers the impact of World War I on the painter Ivan Albright’s outlook and art by introducing a new perspective that links his immersion in medical science at the front to an expanding