|Author||Green, Denise.; ebrary, Inc.; Ebrary Academic Complete Subscription Collection.;|
|Pagination||136 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm.|
|Publisher||University of Minnesota Press ; Macmillan Art Publishing,|
|Note||Includes index. Includes bibliographical references and index. "In Metonymy in Contemporary Art, Denise Green develops an original approach to art criticism and modes of creativity inspired by aspects of Australian Aboriginal and Indian thought. Interweaving her own evolution as an artist with critiques of Clement Greenberg and Walter Benjamin as well as commentary on artists such as Joseph Beuys, Mark Rothko, Frank Stella, and others, Green explores the concept of metonymic thinking as developed by the poet and linguist A. K. Ramanujan and its relevance to contempor ary painting and aesthetics." --book jacket.|
|Place made||Minneapolis : Melbourne :|
Metonymy in contemporary art : a new paradigm / Denise Green.
Ch. 1. Some limitations of Clement Greenberg''s writings : referencing aboriginal vision -- Ch. 2. A critique of Walter Benjamin from a globalist perspective -- Ch. 3. The impact of Joseph Beuys -- Ch. 4. Away from Australia : my aesthetic in the 1970s -- Ch. 5. Robert Motherwell : on Mark Rothko -- Ch. 6. The 1980s : Asia and its influence : the Indian experience -- Ch. 7. An alternative paradigm : developing an aesthetic for the 1990s -- Ch. 8. Painterly thought and the unconscious : interviews with Alex Katz, Frank Stella, Dorothea Rockburne and Barry Le Va -- Ch. 9. Seeing the attack : 11 September 2001.
|10735||Art||ART||Staff Use Only|