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Art after Empire

From Colonialism to Globalisation

Edited by Warren Carter

Art after Empire

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Book Information

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 978-1-5261-2296-4
  • Pages: 200
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press
  • Price: £19.99
  • Published Date: February 2018
  • BIC Category: Art History, Colonialism & imperialism, Globalization, History of art, ART / History / Renaissance, ART / History / General, ART / Criticism & Theory, Humanities / Colonialism & imperialism, Society & social sciences / Globalization, The arts / History of art / art & design styles
  • Series: Art and its Global Histories

Description

Ranging from early twentieth century modernist appropriations of non-western art through to the ways in which Mexican muralists in the 1930s negotiated European avant-gardist strategies, and then up to contemporary installation and lens-based practices during the current period of globalisation, this book seeks to understand selected moments in the art of the last one hundred years through the prism of postcolonialism.

Editor

Warren Carter is Lecturer and Staff Tutor in Art History at The Open University

Contents

Introduction - Warren Carter
1 Modernism and its margins - Paul Wood
2 Mexican muralism reconsidered - Warren Carter
3 Artists, institutions and the 'global contemporary' - Gill Perry
4 Art, movement and migration since 1970 - Amy Charlesworth
Conclusion - Warren Carter
Index

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