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Art since 1940
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Art since 1940
저자/역자Jonathan Fineberg
출판사Laurence King
연도2000
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1940년대 이후 세계 미술의 흐름을 조명한 책. 10년 단위로 주요 작가와 그들의 작품을 중심으로 미술계의 변화 양상을 고찰한다. 1940년대 전후 추상미술의 태동부터 1960년대의 팝아트와 미니멀리즘, 1970년대의 포스트모더니즘에 이어 1990년대의 새로운 경향까지 아울러 미술사에 대한 전반적인 이해는 물론 정치사회적 흐름도 함께 살펴볼 수 있다.

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Foreword to the Second Edition

Acknoeledgments

Preface

1. Introduction

Approaching Art as a Mode of Thought

The Concept of the Avant-Garde

The Critical Point of View of this Book

2. New York in the Fortries

New York Becomes the Center

Surrealism

American Pragmatism and Social Relevance

The Depression and the Works Progress Administration(W.P.A)

The Availability of European Modernism

The Europeans in New York

The Sense of a New Movement in New York

Commonalities and Differences Among the Artists of the New York School

Automatism and Action in the Art of the New York School

Action and Existentialism

Clyfford Still

Adolph Gottlieb

Franz Kline

Friends in and around the New York School

3. A Dialog with Europe

Alexadner Calder

Calder's Early Life and Themes

Calder in Paris

Cosmic Imagery and the Mobiles

Hans Hofmann

Stylistic Lessons from Europe

Hofmann's Art Theory

Hofmann's Painting

Arshile Gorky

Gorky's Life(real and Imagined)

The Development of Gorky's Style

Gorky's Late Works

Robert Motherwell

Intellectual Affinities with the European Moderns

Recurring Themes in Motherwell's Work

Teaching, Writing, and Editing in Motherwell's Early Career

Motherwell's Painting

Willem de Kooning

De Kooning's Training and Early Career

The Dissolution of Anatomy into Abstraction

The Anatomical Forms Dissolve into Brushstrokes

De Kooning's Abstractions of the Fifties

The ”Women” of the Sixties and the Late Works

4. Existentialism Comes to the Fore

Jackson Pollock

Pollock's Early Life and Influences

Pollock's Breakthrough of the Early Forties

The Dripped and Poured Canvases

Pollock in the Fifties

Barnett Newman

The Revelation of Newman's OnementⅠ

The Paintings of the Late Forties

Vir Heroicus Sublimis and Other Works of the Fifties

The ”Stations of the Cross”

Mark Rothko

Rothko's Formative Years

Turning to Classical Myth

Surrealism, Psychoanalysis, and ”the Spirit of Myth”

”Heroifying” the Ineffable

The Murals and Other late Work

David Smith and the Sculpture of the New York School

Smith's Initiation into the Art World

The Aesthetic of Machines and the Unconcious

The Pictograms and Hudson River Landscape

An Existential Encounter with the Materials at Hand

Career Success and Personal Sacrifices

The Figural Presence and the Work of the Last Decade

5. The New European Masters of the Late Forties

Jean Dubuffet and Postwar Paris

Dubuffet's Painting of the Forties

Dubuffet's Philosophical Premises

A Focus on Matter in the Fifties

A Grand Style of Entropy

The Existentialist Figuration of Alberto Giacometti

A Grand Style of Entropy

Francis Bacon

A Grand Style of Entropy

6.Some International Tendencies of the Fifties

Purified Abstraction

An Encounter with the Physicality of the Materials in Europe

A Material Reading of Action painting in New York

Greenberg's Definition of Modernism

The Greenberg School

Formalist Painting

”New Images of Man” in Europe and America

The Cobra

The Figurative Revival of the Fifties

Figurative Painting in the Bay Area

Existential Imagist Art in Chicago

7.The Beat Generation: The Fifties in America

”A Coney Island of the Mind”

John Cage

Merce Cunningham

The Cage ”Event” of 1952

Gutai

Robert Rauschenberg

The Self as a Mirror of Life

Rauschenberg's Early Career

The Combine Paintings

The Drawings for Dante's Inferno

The End of the Combines

The Silkscreen Paintings

Performance and the Prints of the Later Sixties

Appropriating the Real: Junk Sculpture and Happenings

Junk

The Genesis of the Happenings

The Judson Dance Theater

Fluxus

Walk-in Paintings

Claes Oldenburg

The ”Cold Existentialism” of the ”Ray Gun” and The Street

The Store Days

Soft Sculpture

Proposals for Monuments

Realizing Monuments and Architectural Scale

Jasper Johns

”Nature” Is How We Describe It

Painting as a Discourse on Language

An Aesthetic of ”Found” Expression

Emotion and Distance

Incorporating Objects: What One Sees and What One Knows

The Paintings of 1959

The New Emotional Tone of the Early Sixties

Explorations of Linguistic Philosophy

Diver of 1962

Periscope(Hart Crane)

The Perceptual Complexity of Looking

The Hatch Mark paintings

Dropping the Reserve

8.The European Vanguard of the Later Fifties

Nouveau Réalisme

Yves Klein's Romanticism

Le Vide

The ”Living Brush”

Seeking Immateriality

Klein's Demise

The Nouveaux Réalistes

Joseph Beuys

Revealing the Animism in Nature

The Artist as Shaman

Art as the Creative Life of the Mind

British Pop: From the Independent Group to David Hockney

Key Figures of the Independent Group

The Exhibitions

Paolozzi and Hamilton as Artists

Reintegrating Popular Imagery into High Art

David Hockney

9.The Landscape of Signs: American Pop Art 1960 to 1965

The Electronic Consciousness and New York Pop

A Turning Point in Theory

Events that Shaped the Popular Consciousness

Collaging Reality on Pop Art's Neutral Screen of Images

Andy Warhol

Warhol's Background

Selecting Non-Selectivity

Eliminating the Artist's Touch

A Terrifying Emptiness

The Factory Scene

Business Art and the ”Shadows” that Linger Behind It

H.C. Westermann, Peter Saul, and the Hairy Who

H.C. Westermann

Peter Saul

The Hairy Who

West Coast Pop

Funk Art

Peter Voulkos

The Politicized Cultural Climate of the Sixties

William Wiley

Ed Kienholz

L.A. Pop

Robert Arneson

Arneson's Break with Conventional Ceramics

The Toilets

A Technical Breakthrough

Objects of the Mid Sixties

The Self-Portraits

Discovering a Political Voice

Introspection via Pollock

10.In the Nature of Materials: The Later Sixties

Back to First Principles - Minimal Art

Frank Stella

Donald Judd

Tony Smith

Carl Andre

Dan Flavin

Robert Morris

Sol LeWitt

The Los Angeles Light and Space Movement

Objects/Concept/Illusion in Painting

A Focus on Surface Handling in Painting

Eva Hesse and Investigations of Materials and Process

Eva Hesse

The Direct Sensuality of Fiberglass and Latex

Bruce Nauman and Richard Serra

Bruce Nauman

Richard Tuttle and Richard Serra

Artists Working in the Landscape

Michael Heizer

Walter De Maria

Robert Smithson

An Accidental Rubric

Arte Povera, and a Persevering Rapport with Nature in Europe

An Accidental Rubric

11.Politics and Postmodernism: The Transition to the Seventies

Re-Radicalizing the Avant-Garde

The Critical Atmosphere of the Late Sixties

Language and Measure

Art from Nature

Vito Acconci: Defining a Conceptual Oeuvre

Body Art

Ana Mendieta

Lygia Clark and Hélio Oiticica

Performance Art

Nam June Paik's Electronic Nature

Direct Political Comment

Marcel Broodthaers

Situationism

The Potential for Broader Political Action

Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Art in the Theater of Real Events

The Shift to an Architectural Scale

The Logistics of the Projects

The Surrounded Islands

Christo and Jeanne-Claude in the Nineties

Postmodernism

Sigmar Polke

Gerhard Richter

John Baldessari

12.Surviving the Corporate Culture of the Seventies

A New Pluralism

Art and Feminism

Photography in the Mainstream

A Dazzling Photorealism

Entering the Real Space

Public Sites

Appropriated Sites: Charles Simonds

Gordon Matta-Clark's Site Critiques

The Complexity That Is Culture

Romare Bearden

Bearden's Collages of the Sixties

Alice Aycock

Metaphor Replaces Physicality in Aycock's Work of the Eighties

Philip Guston's Late Style

Guston's Early Career

Guston's Action Paintings of the Fifties

The Reemergence of the Figure

13.Painting at the End of the Seventies

New Expressionist Painting in Europe

Jörg Immendorff's Political Analysis of Painting

Grappling with Identity

Georg Baselitz and A.R. Penck

Anselm Kiefer

Italian Neo-Expressionism

Francesco Clemente

The Internationalization of Neo-Expressionism

The Peculiar Case of the Russians

Ilya Kabakov

New Imagist Painting and Sculpture

Elizabeth Murray

The Origins of Murray's Style

Pursuing the Logic of the Shaped Canvas

14.The Eighties

A Fresh Look at Abstraction

Pursuing the Logic of the Shaped Canvas

American Neo-Expressionism

Jonathan Borofsky

Graffiti Art

Keith Haring

The East Village Scene of the Eighties

Jean-Michel Basquiat

David Wojnarowicz

Post-Modern Installation

Ann Hamilton

Appropriation

Cindy Sherman

The Aesthetic of Consumerism

Political Appropriation

15.New Tendencies of the Nineties

Return to the Body

Political Appropriation

Transgressing Body Boundaries

Political Appropriation

The Academy of the Avant Garde

Political Appropriation

Cultural Identity

Political Appropriation

New Uses of the Camera

Political Appropriation

Art as Controversy

Political Appropriation

Fashion

Political Appropriation

Spippage: Pop Culture and Romantic Nature

Political Appropriation

Postmodern Conceptualism

Political Appropriation

Constructing the Postmodern Self

Political Appropriation

16.To Say the Things That Are One's Own

Constructing the Postmodern Self

Political Appropriation

Bibliography

Constructing the Postmodern Self

Political Appropriation

Notes

Constructing the Postmodern Self

Political Appropriation

Index

Constructing the Postmodern Self

Political Appropriation

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