Veranderend Amsterdam: Amsterdam in Paintings. Nederlands/ Engelse tekst. Kunsthandel Frans Jacobs. 1997. 104 p. Ills. Harde kaft/ stofomslag. Stofomslag licht beschadigd.
Adamson, Walter L.
Embattled Avant-Gardes. Modernism's Resistance to Commodity Culture in Europe. University of California Press. 2007. 435 p. Ills. Hardcover/ dustjacket.
Adrichem, Jan van & Martis, Adi.
Reflecties. Reflecties op de collectie van het Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. nai 010. 2012. 643 p. Ills. Softcover.
Adrichem, Jan van.
De ontvangst van de moderne kunst in Nederland 1910-2000. Picasso als pars pro toto. Amst., Prometheus. 2001. 583 pp. Ills. Paperback.
Aescht, Erna & Ridler, Gerda.
Mythos Schönheit: Facetten des Schönen in Natur, Kunst und Gesellschaft. Landesmuseum Linz. Hatje Cantz. 2015. 303 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Albu, Christian & Uecker, Jacob.
Reflections on the Self from Dürer to Struth. Christie's London. 2015. 220 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Ang, Tiong & Pol, Bik Van der a.o.
On Mobility. Text by Dirk van Weelden. De Appel Amsterdam. 2006. 167 p. Ills. Paperback.
Art Since 1960: The Real and Its Object; 2. The Expanded Field; 3. Ideology, Identity and Difference; 4. Postmodernisms; 5. Assimilations; 6. Globalization and the Post-Medium Condition. Reprint. Thames & Hudson. 2006. 256 p. Ills. Softcover.
Ayas, Defne, Hoare, Natasha & Kleinman, Adam.
Art in the Age of ... Rotterdam, Witte de With. 2015. 175 p. Ills. Paperback.
Baker, George, Bal, Mieke, Acconci, Vito & Bourgeois, Louise.
Cornerstones. Which artists have laid the foundations for contemporary cultural production? Between 2008 and 2009, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art held a monthly lecture series, posing this question to leading art historians and critics, each of whom was asked to speak on the work of an artist of their choosing. Sternberg Press. 2011. 287 p. Ills. Paperback.
Baker, George; Goldstein, Ann; Maltzan, Michael
Regen Projects 25. Founded by Stuart Regen in 1989 and directed by Shaun Caley Regen for the last quarter-century, Regen Projects has launched careers with its innovative and critically acclaimed exhibition program, earning a reputation for incisive vision in its representation of emergent as well as established artists worldwide. This illustrated volume presents the full run of exhibitions and projects spanning 25 years, together with archival material documenting the cultural context in which the gallery has operated, a foreword by George Baker and essays by Ann Goldstein and Michael Maltzan. Prestel. 2015. 464 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Balken, Debra Bricker
Abstract Expressionism (Movements in Modern Art). In this incisive study, the curator and writer Debra Bricker Balken examines the work of the leading artists associated with Abstract Expressionism, including Willem de Kooning, Lee Krasner, Robert Motherwell, Barnett Newman, Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko. At the same time she examines the myths surrounding the movement, the variation in the motivation and practice of artists grouped by art historians under the same heading, and the role played by critics in the movement's reception, both at the time and up to the present day. Of equal value to the general reader and the art historical scholar alike, Balken's text is a valuable addition to the literature on one of the most influential of all twentieth-century art movements. Tate. 2005. 80 p. Ills. Paperback.
Curationism. How Curating Took Over the Art World and Everything Else. Now that we 'curate' even lunch, what happens to the role of the connoisseur in contemporary culture? 'Curate' has become a buzzword, applied to everything from music festivals to artisanal cheese. Inside the art world, the curator reigns supreme, acting as the face of high-profile group shows in a way that can eclipse the contributions of individual artists. At the same time, curatorial-studies programs continue to grow, and businesses are adopting curation as a means of adding value to content. Everyone, it seems, is now a curator.But what is a curator, exactly? Pluto Press. 2015. 144 p. Paperback.
De veertiende eeuw. Kunstenaars en scholen, onderwerpen en technieken. Ludion. 2006. 8vo. 384 p. Ills. Harde kaft.
How to understand a painting. Decoding symbols in art. Frances Lincoln. 2010. 311 p. Ills. Softcover.
Barber, Tabitha & Boldrick, Stacy.
Art Under Attack. Histories of British Iconoclasm. ISBN 9781849760300 Tate Publishing. 2013. 187 p. Ills. Paperback.
Barents, Els (red.).
De kunst van het verzamelen. 20e-eeuwse kunst uit Nederlandse musea. Ludion/ Paleis voor Schone Kunsten Brussel. 1997. 252 p. Met 148 afbeeldingen. Harde kaft/ stofomslag. Licht versleten op de kanten.
Basualdo, Carlos, Battle, Erica F & Tomkins, Calvin.
Dancing Around the Bride: Cage, Cunningham, Johns, Rauschenberg, and Duchamp. Philadelphia Museum of Art. 2012. 432 p. Ills. Cloth/ Slipcase.
De salon van 1846. Vertaling en nawoord Frans van Woerden. Amsterdam, Voetnoot. 1990. 143 pag. Gedecoreerd linnen.
Beekman, Klaus, Vries, Jan de
Avant-garde and Criticism. Avant-Garde and Criticism sheds new light on the complex aims, functions, practices and contexts of art-criticism in relation to the European avant-garde. Although many avant-garde works and the avant-gardes of various countries have been analyzed, considerably less attention has been given to the reviews in newspapers and journals on avant-garde literature, art, architecture and film. This volume of Avant-Garde Critical Studies will look at how art critics operated in a strategic way. The strategies of avant-garde criticism are diverse. Art critics, especially when they are artists themselves, attempt to manipulate the cultural climate in their favour. They use their position to legitimize avant-garde concepts and to conquer a place in the cultural field. But they are also markedly influenced by the context in which they operate. The position of fellow-critics and the ideological bias of the papers in which they publish can be as important as the political climate in which their criticism flourishes. The analysis of avant-garde art criticism can also make clear how strategies sometimes fail and involuntarily display non-avant-garde characteristics. On the other hand traditionalist criticism on the avant-garde offers new insights into its status and reception in a given time and place. This volume is of interest for scholars, teachers and students who are interested in the avant-garde of the interbellum-period and work in the field of literature, art, film and architecture. Rodopi. 2007. 361 p. Ills. Hardcover.
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