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An Inquiry Into the Early History of Greek Sculpture

Author: James Christie

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Category: Sculpture, Greek

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The Builder

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Category: Architecture

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Oral History in the Visual Arts

Author: Matthew Partington

Publisher: A&C Black

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Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 224

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Interviews are becoming an increasingly dominant research method in art, craft, design, fashion and textile history. This groundbreaking text demonstrates how artists, writers and historians deploy interviews as creative practice, as 'history', and as a means to insights into the micro-practices of arts production and identity that contribute to questions of 'voice', authenticity, and authorship. Through a wide range of case studies from international scholars and practitioners across a variety of fields, the volume maps how oral history interviews contribute to a relational practice that is creative, rigorous and ethically grounded. Oral History in the Visual Arts is essential reading for students, researchers and practitioners across the visual arts.

The Academy

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The Academy and Literature

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Nostalgia for the Modern

State Secularism and Everyday Politics in Turkey

Author: Esra Özyürek

Publisher: Duke University Press

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Category: History

Page: 227

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An ethnographic analysis of the ways that, during the 1990s, Turkish citizens began to express nostalgia for the secularist and nationalist foundations of the Turkish Republic.

Incurable-Image

Curating Post-Mexican Film and Media Arts

Author: Tarek Elhaik

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

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Category: Art

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From the 1990s onwards the 'ethnographic turn in contemporary art' has generated intense dialogues between anthropologists, artists and curators. While ethnography has been both generously and problematically re-appropriated by the art world, curation has seldom caught the conceptual attention of anthropologists. Based on two years of participant-observation in Mexico City, Tarek Elhaik addresses this lacuna by examining the concept-work of curatorial platforms and media artists. Taking his cue from ongoing critiques of Mexicanist aesthetics, and what Roger Bartra calls 'the post-Mexican condition', Elhaik conceptualises curation less as an exhibition-oriented practice within a national culture, than as a figure of care and an image of thought animating a complex assemblage of inter-medial practices, from experimental cinema and installations to curatorial collaborations. Drawing on Gilles Deleuze and Paul Rabinow, the book introduces the concept of the 'Incurable-Image,' an antidote to our curatorial malaise and the ethical substance for a post-social anthropology of images.

Vogue

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Category: Dressmaking

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The Academy

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Theatre Design & Technology

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Category: Theater architecture

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Issues for 1965- include "Recent publications on theatre architecture," no. 13/14-

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