9781786276933

200 Words to Help You Talk About Art

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  • ISBN13:

    9781786276933

  • ISBN10:

    1786276933

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2020-10-27
  • Publisher: Laurence King Publishing

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Summary

Have you have ever felt at a disadvantage when joining in a conversation on a subject that you aren't confident about? If yes, this new book series is for you. Each book features definitions of two hundred words frequently used to describe and discuss a smart subject.

200 Words to Help You Talk About Art is designed to demystify jargon-based art language and make you at ease holding a conversation on the topic. Art can be intimidating to the uninitiated, but with Ben Street's help you'll know your Dada from your diptych in no time. The book is written with digestible text enabling a quick and easy understanding of various topics while broadening your artistic vocabulary.

200 Words to Help You Talk About Art is one of two new titles beginning a series of smart subjects, also including philosophy, psychology, and music.

Author Biography

Ben Street is an art historian, writer, and lecturer based in London. He has been a schools and family educator for the National Gallery, Tate, Dulwich Picture Gallery, The Museum of Modern Art, and the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum (New York), and a lecturer in art history for Christie's Education, London.

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