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Conceptual Revolutions in Twentieth-Century Art

David W. Galenson

Published in October 2009 by Cambridge University Press

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443 pages
ISBN: 978-0-521-11232-1

Table of Contents

Front matter, table of contents, preface.
Introduction. (p. 1 - 2)
1. The Back Story of Twentieth-Century Art. (p. 3 - 29) (Working Paper version)
2. The Greatest Artists of the Twentieth Century. (p. 30 - 61) (Working Paper version)
3. The Most Important Works of Art of the Twentieth Century. (p. 62 - 78) (Working Paper version)
4. The Greatest Artistic Breakthroughs of the Twentieth Century. (p. 79 - 92)
5. The Greatest Women Artists of the Twentieth Century. (p. 93 - 111)
6. Creating New Genres: Conceptual Artists at Work and Play in the Twentieth Century. (p. 112 - 134)
7. And Now for Something Completely Different: The Versatility of Conceptual Innovators. (p. 135 - 158) (Working Paper version)
8. You Cannot be Serious: The Conceptual Innovator as Trickster. (p. 159 - 183) (Working Paper version)
9. Painting by Proxy: The Conceptual Artist as Manufacturer. (p. 184 - 198) (Working Paper version)
10. Co-Authoring Advanced Art. (p. 199 - 210) (Working Paper version)
11. Language in Visual Art. (p. 211 - 227) (Working Paper version)
12. Portraits of the Artist: Personal Visual Art in the Twentieth Century. (p. 228 - 249) (Working Paper version)
13. The Rise and (Partial) Fall of Abstract Painting in the Twentieth Century. (p. 250 - 276) (Working Paper version)
14. The Globalization of Advanced Art in the Twentieth Century. (p. 277 - 323) (Working Paper version)
15. Artists and the Market: From Leonardo and Titian to Warhol and Hirst. (p. 324 - 342) (Working Paper version)
16. The State of Advanced Art: The Late Twentieth Century and Beyond. (p. 343 - 363)
17. Notes, Bibliography, Index. (p. 365 - 443)
 
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