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Open 14: Art as a Public Issue - How Art and Its Institutions Reinvent the Public Dimesion.
Melis, Liesbeth, ed.
Open 14: Art as a Public Issue - How Art and Its Institutions Reinvent the Public Dimesion.
As the world is increasingly aware, the visual arts are no longer confined by the semi-public space of the museum or the privacy of the studio. In recent decades we have seen a marked pressure for artists to establish relations to the world beyond these walls, with all of the conflicts and transgressions that this might entail. This edition of Open examines the diverse stands currently adopted by the visual arts in the public domain, and assesses the impact of digitization and globalization on the public role of art.

Category: Fine Art, Art History & Theory
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 176 pp
Publisher: NAi Publishers.
Year: 2008
Publication Place: Rotterdam,
ISBN: 9789056624354
Book Id: 79130

Price: $40.00

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