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Art in Theory, 1900-2000 : An Anthology of Changing Ideas

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Summary

This popular anthology of twentieth-century art theoretical texts has now been expanded to take account of new research, and to include significant contributions to art theory from the 1990s. New edition of this popular anthology of twentieth-century art-theoretical texts. Now updated to include the results of new research, together with significant contributions from the 1990s. Includes writings by critics, philosophers, politicians and literary figures. The editors provide contextual introductions to 340 texts. Complements Art in Theory 1648-1815 and Art in Theory 1815-1900 to create a complete survey of the theories underpinning the development of art in the modern period.

Author Biography

Charles Harrison is Professor of History and Theory of Art and Staff Tutor in Arts at the Open University. He is the author of numerous books on modern art criticism and art theory.

Paul Wood is Senior Lecturer in Art History at the Open University. He is co-editor, with Charles Harrison and Jason Gaiger, of Art in Theory 1648–1815 (2001) and Art in Theory 1815–1900 (1998).

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgements xxv
A note on the Presentation and Editing of Texts xxvi
General Introduction 1(10)
I The Legacy of Symbolism
Introduction
11(4)
IA Classicism and Originality 15(44)
from Eugene Delacroix to Neo-Impressionism 1899
15(3)
Paul Signac
Letter to Fontainas 1899
18(3)
Paul Gauguin
from `On Dreams' 1901
21(7)
Sigmund Freud
from Sex and Character 1903
28(2)
Otto Weininger
`Imagination in Painting' 1904
30(3)
Max Liebermann
Letter to Emile Bernard 1904--1906
33(3)
Paul Cezanne
From Letters on Cezanne 1907
36(3)
Rainer Maria Rilke
`Cezanne' 1907
39(7)
Maurice Denis
`From Gauguin and Van Gogh to Neo-Classicism' 1909
46(5)
Maurice Denis
`The Mediums of Art, Past and Present' 1904
51(7)
Julius Meier-Graefe
`Mystery and Creation' 1913
58(1)
Giorgio de Chirico
IB Expression and the Primitive 59(73)
`The Beauty of Form and Decorative Art' 1897--8
59(3)
August Endell
`Paragraphs from the Studio of a Recluse' 1905
62(1)
Albert Pinkham Ryder
Letters to Vlaminck c. 1905--1909
63(2)
Andre Derain
Programme of the Brucke 1906
65(1)
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
from Abstraction and Empathy 1908
66(3)
Wilhelm Worringer
`Notes of a Painter' 1908
69(6)
Henri Matisse
`An Essay in Aesthetics' 1909
75(7)
Roger Fry
from Concerning the Spiritual in Art 1911
82(7)
Wassily Kandinsky
The Cologne Lecture 1914
89(4)
Wassily Kandinsky
`The ``Savages'' of Germany' and `Two Pictures' 1912
93(2)
Franz Marc
`Masks' 1912
95(1)
August Macke
`On Primitive Art' 1912
96(1)
Emil Nolde
`On the Nature of Visions' 1912
97(2)
Oscar Kokoschka
`Neo-Primitivism' 1913
99(3)
Alexander Shevchenko
`What is Art?' 1913
102(5)
Benedetto Croce
`The Aesthetic Hypothesis' 1914
107(3)
Clive Bell
`Negro Sculpture' 1915
110(6)
Carl Einstein
from Expressionism 1916
116(5)
Hermann Bahr
from Artistry of the Mentally Ill 1922
121(11)
Hans Prinzhorn
II The Idea of the Modern World
Introduction
127(5)
IIA Modernity 132(52)
`The Metropolis and Mental Life' 1902--3
132(4)
George Simmel
`Asceticism and the Spirit of Capitalism' 1904--5
136(2)
Max Weber
`Party Organization and Party Literature' 1905
138(3)
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
from Creative Evolution 1907
141(3)
Henri Bergson
`Nature and Culture' 1908
144(2)
Alexander Blok
`The Foundation and Manifesto of Futurism' 1909
146(4)
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
`Futurist Painting: Technical Manifesto' 1910
150(2)
Umberto Boccioni
`On the Construction of Reality in Pure Painting' 1912
152(2)
Robert Delaunay
from Art and Social Life 1912
154(4)
Georgy Valentinovich Plekhanov
`Foreword' 1914
158(1)
Franz Marc
`Contemporary Achievements in Painting' 1914
159(3)
Fernand Leger
`Our Vortex' 1914
162(1)
Percy Wyndham Lewis
`Gaudier-Brzeska Vortex' 1914, and `Vortex Gaudier-Brzeska' 1915
163(4)
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska
`Instructions for Painting Pictures of the Metropolis' 1914
167(4)
Ludwig Meidner
from `In These Great Times' 1914
171(2)
Karl Kraus
from Cubism and Futurism to Suprematism: The New Realism in Painting 1915--16
173(11)
Kasimir Malevich
IIB Cubism 184(42)
`Note on Painting' 1910
184(1)
Jean Metzinger
`The Cubists' 1911
185(1)
Guillaume Apollinaire
`On the Subject in Modern Painting' 1912
186(1)
Guillaume Apollinaire
`The New Painting: Art Notes' 1912
187(1)
Guillaume Apollinaire
from The Cubist Painters 1912
188(2)
Guillaume Apollinaire
`Present Tendencies in Painting' 1912
190(4)
Jacques Riviere
from Cubism 1912
194(7)
Albert Gleizes
Jean Metzinger
`The Origins of Painting and its Representational Value' 1913
201(4)
Fernand Leger
`The Bases of the New Creation' 1913
205(3)
Olga Rozanova
from The Rise of Cubism 1916--20
208(6)
Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler
`Thoughts on Painting' 1917
214(1)
Georges Braque
`Picasso Speaks' 1923
215(11)
Pablo Picasso
III Rationalization and Transformation
Introduction
221(5)
IIIA Neo-Classicism and the Call to Order 226(24)
`Notes on Cubism' 1916
226(2)
Amedee Ozenfant
`The New Spirit and the Poets' 1918
228(2)
Guillaume Apollinaire
from The Decline of the West 1918
230(2)
Oswald Spengler
`Our Antiquity' 1916--18
232(4)
Carlo Carra
`Tradition and Cubism' 1919
236(1)
Leonce Rosenberg
`The Return to the Craft' 1919
236(3)
Giorgio de Chirico
`Purism' 1920
239(3)
Charles Edouard Jeanneret (Le Corbusier)
Amedee Ozenfant
`The Dada Case' 1920
242(3)
Albert Gleizes
`On Raphael' 1920
245(1)
Andre Derain
`The Children of the New Epoch' 1921
245(1)
Percy Wyndham Lewis
Reply to a Questionnaire 1921
246(1)
Juan Gris
`Reply to a Questionnaire' 1922
247(3)
Gustav Friedrich Hartlaub
IIIB Dissent and Disorder 250(26)
`Dada Fragments' 1916--17
250(2)
Hugo Ball
`The Richard Mutt Case' 1917
252(1)
Marcel Duchamp
`Dada Manifesto 1918' 1918
252(5)
Tristan Tzara
`First German Dada Manifesto' 1918
257(2)
Richard Huelsenbeck
`What is Dadaism and what does it want in Germany?' 1919
259(1)
Richard Huelsenbeck
Raoul Hausmann
from En Avant Dada 1920
260(3)
Richard Huelsenbeck
`The Decline of Humanism' 1918
263(2)
Alexander Blok
Novembergruppe Draft Manifesto 1918 and `Guidelines' 1919
265(2)
Novembergruppe Opposition `Open Letter to the Novembergruppe' 1921
267(2)
Reply to Arbeitsrat fur Kunst Questionnaire 1919
269(1)
Walter Gropius
`Creative Credo' 1918--20
270(1)
Max Beckmann
`Creative Credo' 1920
271(1)
Max Pechstein
`My New Pictures' 1921
272(2)
George Grosz
`Thank you, Francis!' 1923
274(2)
Francis Picabia
IIIC Abstraction and Form 276(57)
Introduction to a Catalogue 1915
276(1)
Hans Arp
Statement 1916
277(1)
Man Ray
from `Art as Technique' 1917
277(4)
Viktor Shklovsky
`Manifesto 1' 1918
281(1)
De Stijl
from Principles of Neo-Plastic Art 1915--25
281(3)
Theo van Doesburg
`Dialogue on the New Plastic' 1919
284(5)
Piet Mondrian
Neo-Plasticism: The General Principle of Plastic Equivalence 1920--1
289(3)
Piet Mondrian
`Non-Objective Art and Suprematism' 1919
292(1)
Kasimir Malevich
The Question of Imitative Art 1920
293(5)
Kasimir Malevich
`The Realistic Manifesto' 1920
298(2)
Naum Gabo
Anton Pevsner
Unovis `Programme of a United Audience in Painting of the Vitebsk State Free Workshops' 1920
300(2)
`Plan for the Physico-psychological Department of the Russian Academy of Artistic Sciences' 1921
302(2)
Wassily Kandinsky
`Analyses of the Old Masters' 1921
304(2)
Johannes Itten
Diary Extracts 1922--3
306(3)
Oskar Schlemmer
`The Theory and Organization of the Bauhaus' 1923
309(5)
Walter Gropius
`Declaration of the International Fraction of Constructivists of the First International Congress of Progressive Artist' 1922--3
314(2)
Theo van Doesburg
EI Lissitsky
Hans Richter
`What is legitimately called the New Art...' 1924
316(1)
Wladyslaw Strzeminski
`A. and Pangeometry' 1925
317(4)
EI Lissitsky
`The painter' c.1920
321(2)
Hannah Hoch
from The Dehumanization of Art 1925
323(10)
Jose Ortega y Gasset
IIID Utility and Construction 333(29)
KOMFUT `Programme Declaration' 1919
333(1)
`The Initiative Individual in the Collective' 1919
334(1)
Vladimir Tatlin
Catalogue Statement 1919
335(1)
Lyubov Popova
`The Monument to the Third International' 1920
336(3)
Nikolai Punin
`Slogans' and `Organizational Programme' 1920--1
339(2)
Alexander Rodchenko
`Programme of the First Working Group of Constructivists' 1922
341(2)
Alexander Rodchenko
Varvara Stepanova
from Constructivism 1922
343(1)
Alexei Gan
Statement by the editors of Veshch 1922
344(1)
EI Lissitsky
Ilya Ehrenburg
LEF editorial `Whom is LEF alerting?' 1923
345(2)
`The So-Called ``Formal Method'' 1923
347(1)
Osip Brik
`From Picture to Calico-Print' 1924
348(4)
Osip Brik
`Report of the Section for Material Culture's Research Work' 1924
352(10)
Vladimir Tatlin
IV Freedom, Responsibility and Power
Introduction
357(5)
IVA The Modern as Ideal 362(40)
from On Modern Art 1924
362(7)
Paul Klee
from Foundations of Modern Art 1928
369(2)
Amedee Ozenfant
`On the Aims of Art' 1931
371(3)
Hans Hofmann
Editorial Statements 1932 and 1933
374(2)
Abstraction-Creation
Statements 1932 and 1933
376(2)
Wladyslaw Strzeminski
On the concept of the `archetype' 1934 and 1938
378(3)
Carl Gustav Jung
from Cubism and Abstract Art 1936
381(2)
Alfred H. Barr Jr
Statements to Teriade 1936
383(1)
Henri Matisse
`The Constructive Idea in Art' 1937
384(3)
Naum Gabo
`Plastic Art and Pure Plastic Art' 1937
387(6)
Piet Mondrian
`Sculpture' 1937
393(3)
Barbara Hepworth
American Abstract Artists Editorial Statement 1938
396(1)
`On Inventing Our Own Art' 1938
397(1)
Ibram Lassaw
`Notes on Abstract Art' 1941
398(4)
Ben Nicholson
IVB Realism as Figuration 402(40)
`On Proletarian Culture' 1920
402(1)
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
AKhRR `Declaration' 1922
403(1)
AKhRR `The Immediate Tasks of AKhRR' 1924
404(2)
`A Declaration of Social, Political and Aesthetic Principles' 1922
406(1)
David A. Siqueiros
Red Group `Manifesto' 1924
407(1)
`The Object is Primary' 1927
408(1)
Otto Dix
ARBKD (Asso) `Manifesto' and `Statutes' 1928
408(3)
from `My Life' 1928
411(1)
George Grosz
from The Myth of the Twentieth Century 1930
412(1)
Alfred Rosenberg
``Tendency'' or Partisanship?' 1932
413(4)
Georg Lukacs
Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party `Decree on the Reconstruction of Literary and Artistic Organizations' 1932
417(1)
John Reed Club of New York `Draft Manifesto' 1932
418(3)
`The Revolutionary Spirit in Modern Art' 1932
421(3)
Diego Rivera
`Manifesto of Mural Painting' 1933
424(2)
Mario Sironi
`Speech to the Congress of Soviet Writers' 1934
426(3)
Andrei Zhdanov
`Towards a Transformation of the Plastic Arts' 1934
429(2)
David A. Siqueiros
`Abstract Painting in America', `Contradictions in Abstractions' and `A Medium of 2 Dimensions' 1935
431(4)
Stuart Davis
Clarence Weinstock
from Revolt Against the City 1935
435(2)
Grant Wood
`Content and Form in Art' 1935
437(2)
Francis Klingender
Speech Inaugurating the `Great Exhibition of German Art' 1937
439(3)
Adolf Hitler
IVC Realism as Critique 442(64)
from Literature and Revolution 1922--3
442(5)
Leon Trotsky
from the First Manifesto of Surrealism 1924
447(6)
Andre Breton
from Paris Peasant 1924
453(3)
Louis Aragon
`Declaration of the Bureau de Recherche Surrealistes' 1925
456(1)
Louis Aragon
Surrealism and Painting 1928
457(6)
Andre Breton
from the `Second Manifesto of Surrealism' 1929
463(4)
Andre Breton
`Art is in Danger' 1925
467(3)
George Grosz
Wieland Herzfelde
`Photography versus Painting' 1926
470(3)
Osip Brik
`We Are Searching' and `We Raise the Alarm' 1927
473(4)
Sergei Tretyakov
from `The Mass Ornament' 1927
477(3)
Siegfried Kracauer
October (Association of Artistic Labour) `Declaration' 1928
480(2)
from `Critical Dictionary' 1929--30
482(2)
Georges Bataille
`The Lugubrious Game' 1929
484(2)
Georges Bataille
`The Stinking Ass' 1930
486(3)
Salvador Dali
`Photomontage as a New Problem in Agit Art' 1931
489(2)
Gustav Klucis
`What is Surrealism?' 1934
491(2)
Max Ernst
`The Author as Producer' 1934
493(6)
Walter Benjamin
`Popularity and Realism' 1938
499(3)
Bertolt Brecht
`The New Realism Goes On' 1937
502(4)
Fernand Leger
IVD Modernism as Critique 506(56)
Letter to Meyerhold 1932
506(1)
Kasimir Malevich
`Conversation with Picasso' 1935
507(3)
Pablo Picasso
`What is Revolutionary Art?' 1935
510(4)
Herbert Read
`The Social Bases of Art' 1936
514(4)
Meyer Schapiro
from Aesthetic Function 1934/6
518(2)
Jan Mukarovsky
`The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction' 1936
520(7)
Walter Benjamin
Letter to Benjamin 1936
527(3)
Theodor Adorno
`Discussing Expressionism' 1938
530(2)
Ernst Bloch
`Towards a Free Revolutionary Art' 1938
532(4)
Andre Breton
Diego Rivera
Leon Trotsky
`Good Art and Bad Art' 1938
536(3)
R. G. Collingwood
`Avant-Garde and Kitsch' 1939
539(10)
Clement Greenberg
`The Fall of Paris' 1940
549(13)
Harold Rosenberg
V The Individual and the Social
Introduction
557(5)
VA The American Avant--Garde 562(33)
`Towards a Newer Laocoon' 1940
562(6)
Clement Greenberg
Statement 1943
568(1)
Adolph Gottlieb
Mark Rothko
Barnett Newman
Answers to a Questionnaire 1944
569(1)
Jackson Pollock
Two Statements 1947 and 1947/8
570(1)
Jackson Pollock
`The Romantics were Prompted...' 1947
571(2)
Mark Rothko
Statement 1947
573(1)
Mark Rothko
Statement 1947
573(1)
Adolph Gottlieb
`The Ideographic Picture' 1947
573(1)
Barnett Newman
`The First Man was an Artist' 1947
574(3)
Barnett Newman
`The Decline of Cubism' 1948
577(3)
Clement Greenberg
`The Sublime is Now' 1948
580(2)
Barnett Newman
`A Desperate View' 1949
582(1)
Willem de Kooning
Interview with William Wright 1950
583(3)
Jackson Pollock
`Aesthetics, the Artist and the Audience' 1952
586(2)
David Smith
Statement 1952
588(1)
Clyfford Still
from `The American Action Painters' 1952
589(3)
Harold Rosenberg
Letter to Gordon Smith 1959
592(3)
Clyfford Still
VB Individualism in Europe 595(45)
Wols Aphorisms c.1945--51
595(5)
from Existentialism and Humanism 1946
600(3)
Jean-Paul Sartre
`Notes for the Well-Lettered' 1946
603(2)
Jean Dubuffet
`Crude Art Preferred to Cultural Art' 1949
605(3)
Jean Dubuffet
from Van Gogh: The Man Suicided by Society 1947
608(3)
Antonin Artaud
`The Search for the Absolute' 1948
611(5)
Jean-Paul Sartre
from Three Dialogues 1949
616(4)
Samuel Beckett
Georges Duthuit
`The Mirror-Phase as Formative of the Function of the I' 1949
620(4)
Jacques Lacan
Abstraction and Adventure in Contemporary Art' 1950
624(1)
Jean-Michel Atlan
`Reflections on the Statuettes, Figures and Paintings of Alberto Giacometti' 1951
625(1)
Francis Ponge
`Creation and Revolution' 1951
626(3)
Alberto Camus
from An Other Art 1952
629(2)
Michel Tapie
`Pandemonium Manifestos' 1961-2
631(4)
Georg Baselitz
Interview with David Sylvester 1962--3
635(5)
Francis Bacon
VC Art and Society 640(53)
`Open Opinions on Painting' 1942
640(1)
Maurice de Vlaminck
from Marxism and Modern Art 1943
641(2)
Francis Klingender
`The Modern Painter's World' 1944
643(3)
Robert Motherwell
`Crisis of Renewal' 1944
646(2)
Renato Guttuso
`Why I Joined the Communist Party' 1944
648(1)
Pablo Picasso
Statement to Simone Tery 1945
648(1)
Pablo Picasso
on Moses 1945
649(3)
Frida Kahlo
`The White Manifesto' 1946
652(4)
Lucio Fontana
from `Aspects of Two Cultures' 1947
656(3)
Vladimir Kemenov
`The Question of What Will Emerge Is Left Open' 1947/8
659(1)
Robert Motherwell
Harold Rosenberg
Constant `Our Own Desires Build the Revolution' 1949
659(2)
`Forms Conceived as Language' 1949
661(1)
Asger Jorn
`The Painter on his Battlement' 1948
661(2)
Andre Fougeron
from the `Darmstadt Colloquy' 1950
663(2)
Hans Sedlmayr
Theodor Adorno
from The Congressional Record 1949
665(3)
George Dondero
from The Politics of Freedom 1950
668(2)
Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr
`Is Modern Art Communistic?' 1952
670(4)
Alfred H. Barr Jr
`The Artist and the Politician' 1953
674(3)
Ben Shahn
`The Sculptor in Modern Society' 1952
677(3)
Henry Moore
`Open Letter to the Painters, Sculptors and Engravers of the Soviet Union' 1955
680(3)
David A. Siqueiros
`The Ideology of Modernism' 1956
683(10)
Georg Lukacs
VI The Moment of Modernism
Introduction
689(4)
VIA Art and Modern Life 693(69)
from `Myth Today' 1956
693(5)
Roland Barthes
Gutai Manifesto 1956
698(3)
Jiro Yoshihara
Guy Debord Writings from the Situationist International 1957--61
701(6)
`Detourned Painting' 1959
707(3)
Asger Jorn
`On National Culture' 1959
710(5)
Frantz Fanon
`The Arts and the Mass Media' 1958
715(2)
Lawrence Alloway
from Assemblages, Environments and Happenings 1959--65
717(5)
Allan Kaprow
`Free Dimension' 1960
722(2)
Piero Manzoni
`The New Realists' 1960
724(1)
Pierre Restany
GRAV (Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel) `Transforming the Current Situation of Plastic Art' 1961/2
725(2)
`Neo-Dada in Music, Theater, Poetry, Art' 1962
727(2)
George Maciunas
`The Analysis of Culture' 1961
729(5)
Raymond Williams
`On Robert Rauschenberg, Artist, and his Work' 1961
734(3)
John Cage
Interview with David Sylvester 1965
737(5)
Jasper Johns
`For the Finest Art, Try Pop' 1961
742(1)
Richard Hamilton
from Documents from The Store 1961
743(4)
Claes Oldenburg
Interview with Gene Swenson 1963
747(2)
Andy Warhol
Lecture to the College Art Association 1964
749(2)
Roy Lichtenstein
from The Shape of Time 1962
751(3)
George Kubler
from Understanding Media 1964
754(3)
Marshall McLuhan
`Notes 1964--1965'
757(3)
Gerhard Richter
from an interview with Samuel Wagstaff Jr 1966
760(1)
Tony Smith
Obituary of Marcel Duchamp 1968
760(2)
Jasper Johns
VIB Modernist Art 762(56)
`Commitment' 1957
762(4)
Alain Robbe-Grillet
`Tradition and Identity' 1959
766(1)
David Smith
from `Eye and Mind' 1961
767(4)
Maurice Merleau-Ponty
`Remarks about Painting' 1961
771(2)
Roger Hilton
`Modernist Painting' 1960--5
773(6)
Clement Greenberg
from `Commitment' 1962
779(4)
Theodor Adorno
Interview with Dorothy Gees Seckler 1962
783(2)
Barnett Newman
from `After Abstract Expressionism' 1962
785(2)
Clement Greenberg
from Three American Painters 1965
787(6)
Michael Fried
from `Shape as Form: Frank Stella's New Paintings' 1966
793(2)
Michael Fried
`Painting in Color' 1967
795(1)
Jules Olitski
`A Matter of Meaning It' 1967
796(5)
Stanley Cavell
`Reflections on Sculpture' 1967
801(2)
William Tucker
Tim Scott
`The Work of Art as Object' 1970
803(15)
Richard Wollheim
VII Institutions and Objections
Introduction
813(5)
VIIA Objecthood and Reductivism 818(50)
from `The Evolution of Art towards the Immaterial' 1959
818(2)
Yves Klein
`Preface to Stripe Painting' 1959
820(1)
Carl Andre
Pratt Institute Lecture 1959--60
820(1)
Frank Stella
`Art as Art' 1962
821(3)
Ad Reinhardt
`Specific Objects' 1965
824(4)
Donald Judd
`Notes on Sculpture 1--3' 1966--7
828(7)
Robert Morris
`Art and Objecthood' 1967
835(11)
Michael Fried
`Paragraphs on Conceptual Art' 1967
846(3)
Sol LeWitt
`Sentences on Conceptual Art' 1969
849(2)
Sol LeWitt
Interview with Arthur R. Rose 1969
851(1)
Robert Barry
`Art after Philosophy' 1969
852(9)
Joseph Kosuth
Statement 1967
861(1)
Daniel Buren
Olivier Mosset
Michel Parmentier
Niele Toroni
`Beware' 1969--70
861(7)
Daniel Buren
VIIB Attitudes to Form 868(45)
`Air Show' 1967
868(5)
Terry Atkinson
Michael Baldwin
`Famous Last Words' 1967
873(4)
Michelangelo Pistoletto
`A Sedimentation of the Mind: Earth Projects' 1968
877(4)
Robert Smithson
`Notes on Sculpture 4: Beyond Objects' 1969
881(4)
Robert Morris
Art & Language Editorial introduction to Art-Language 1969
885(6)
`The Role of Language' 1969
891(2)
Ian Burn
Mel Ramsden
Statements 1969--72
893(1)
Lawrence Weiner
`Situational Aesthetics' 1969
894(3)
Victor Burgin
Sponsor's Statement for `When Attitudes become Form' 1969
897(1)
John A. Murphy
from Art Povera 1969
897(3)
Germano Celant
Interview with Cindy Nemser
900(3)
Eva Hesse
`Not Just a Few Are Called, But Everyone' 1972
903(3)
Joseph Beuys
from `The Body as Language' 1974
906(4)
Lea Vergine
Interview with Michele De Angelus 1980
910(3)
Bruce Nauman
VIIC Political Aspects 913(31)
`Appearance of the Supra-Sensorial' 1967/8
913(2)
Helio Oiticica
Presentation to an Open Hearing of the Art Workers' Coalition 1969
915(2)
Dan Graham
`Maintenance Art Manifesto' c.1969
917(2)
Mierle Laderman Ukeles
`Interview with Ursula Meyer' 1969 and `Postface' 1973
919(3)
Lucy Lippard
Artforum from `The Artist and Politics: a Symposium' 1970
922(4)
Art Worker's Coalition Statement of Demands 1970
926(1)
Valie Export `Woman's Art' 1972
927(2)
`I Am Searching for Field Character' 1974
929(1)
Joseph Beuys
Statement 1974
930(1)
Hans Haacke
`To be bien pensant...or not to be. To be blind' 1975
931(2)
Marcel Broodthaers
from `On Practice' 1975
933(2)
Mel Ramsden
`The Art Market: Affluence and Degradation' 1975
935(3)
Ian Burn
from `Socialist Formalism' 1976
938(4)
Victor Burgin
Art & Language Editorial to Art-Language 1976
942(2)
VIID Critical Revisions 944(74)
from Of Grammatology 1967
944(5)
Jacques Derrida
`What is an Author?' 1969
949(4)
Michel Foucault
from `Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses' 1970
953(7)
Louis Althusser
from `Postscript - 1969' 1970
960(5)
Thomas Kuhn
`From Work to Text' 1971
965(5)
Roland Barthes
`Cultural Confinement' 1972
970(1)
Robert Smithson
from Other Criteria 1968--72
971(5)
Leo Steinberg
`A View of Modernism' 1972
976(3)
Rosalind Krauss
`Ethic of Labour, Aesthetic of Play' 1973
979(3)
Jean Baudrillard
from `Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema' 1973/5
982(7)
Laura Mulvey
A Lecture 1976
989(5)
Michel Foucault
`Notes on the Index, Part I' 1976/7
994(5)
Rosalind Krauss
from `Reflections on the Brecht-Lukacs Debate' 1977
999(2)
Fredric Jameson
`Dominant, Residual and Emergent' 1977
1001(4)
Raymond Williams
From Orientalism 1978
1005(13)
Edward Said
VIII Ideas of the Postmodern
Introduction
1013(5)
VIIIA The Critique of Originality 1018(39)
`The Hyper-realism of Simulation' 1976
1018(2)
Jean Baudrillard
`Being Different' 1977
1020(5)
Pierre Bourdieu
from `The Allegorical Impulse' 1980
1025(7)
Craig Owens
from `The Originality of the Avant-Garde' 1981
1032(5)
Rosalind Krauss
from `Subversive Signs' 1982
1037(1)
Hal Foster
Statement 1982
1038(1)
Sherrie Levine
Art & Language `Letter to a Canadian Curator' 1982
1039(2)
``Taking'' Pictures' 1982
1041(1)
Barbara Kruger
`Nature and Culture' 1983
1042(4)
Peter Halley
`The Deconstruction of Expression' 1984
1046(5)
Fredric Jameson
`From Criticism to Complicity' 1986
1051(3)
Haim Steinbach
Jeff Koons
Sherrie Levine
Philip Taaffe
Peter Halley
Ashley Bickerton
Interview with Catherine Francblin 1986
1054(3)
Julia Kristeva
VIIIB Figures of Difference 1057(60)
from `Opponents, Audiences, Constituencies, and Community' 1981
1057(2)
Edward Said
`Re-Viewing Modernist Criticism' 1981
1059(5)
Mary Kelly
`Art and Politics' 1982
1064(1)
Ana Mendieta
`Public Projection' 1983
1065(3)
Krzysztof Wodiczko
from `The Absence of Presence' 1984
1068(4)
Victor Burgin
`Sexuality in the Field of Vision' 1984/5
1072(4)
Jacqueline Rose
`The Work of Art and the Self-Reproduction of Art' 1984--6
1076(5)
Niklas Luhmann
`Image and Word' and `Mute Poesy and Blind Painting' 1986
1081(4)
W. J. T. Mitchell
`When was Modernism?' 1987/9
1085(3)
Raymond Williams
Statements from an Interview with Donald Kuspit 1988
1088(2)
Louise Bourgeois
`Private Irony and Liberal Hope' 1989
1090(2)
Richard Rorty
`Who Claims Alterity?' 1989
1092(4)
Gayatri Chakravorti Spivak
from The Yale Lecture 1990
1096(3)
Richard Serra
`Dirty Toys: Mike Kelley Interviewed' 1991/2
1099(3)
Mike Kelley
from B: interview with Jutta Koether 1991/4
1102(3)
Martin Kippenberger
`Into the Future: Tourism, Language and Art' 1990/3
1105(5)
Peter Wollen
On `hybridity' and `moving beyond' 1994
1110(7)
Homi K. Bhadha
VIIIC The Condition of History 1117(71)
from `Modernism and Capitalism' 1978
1117(5)
Daniel Bell
Introduction to The Postmodern Condition 1979
1122(1)
Jean-Francois Lyotard
`Modernity - An Incomplete Project' 1980
1123(8)
Jurgen Habermas
`What is Postmodernism?' 1982
1131(6)
Jean-Francois Lyotard
`Powers of Horror' 1980
1137(2)
Julia Kristeva
from `...not about master-pieces but why there are so few of them' 1984
1139(4)
Donald Judd
from `The Cultural-Historical Tragedy of the European Continent' 1986
1143(4)
Joseph Beuys
Jannis Kounellis
Anselm Kiefer
Enzo Cucchi
from `Interview with Benjamin Buchloh' 1988
1147(10)
Gerhard Richter
Notes 1990
1157(1)
Gerhard Richter
from a discussion 1990
1158(4)
Jeff Wall
`Which Side are You on, Cultural Worker?' 1990
1162(1)
Diedrich Diederichsen
in conversation with Wilfred Dickhoff and Martin Prinzhorn 1991
1163(7)
Albert Oehlen
`In the ``Heart of Darkness''' 1993
1170(5)
Olu Oguibe
On installations 1994 and 2000
1175(5)
Ilya Kabakov
Interview with Charles Merewether 1999
1180(3)
Doris Salcedo
`MoMA2000: The Capitulation' 2000
1183(5)
Franco Moretti
Bibliography 1188(24)
Copyright acknowledgements 1212(16)
Index 1228


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