Have I Reasons

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2008-03-30
  • Publisher: Duke Univ Pr

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"Robert Morris is one of the most important postwar American artists. "Have I Reasons" is a valuable resource for an understanding and reconsideration of his work and the postwar neo-avant-garde production in which it played such a pivotal role. Compared to his seminal earlier writings, those from the 1990s and beyond collected here are more insistently autobiographical, more overtly and straightforwardly political. This transformation is one that, at least in part, reflects a transformation in his visual art."--Branden W. Joseph, author of "Random Order: Robert Rauschenberg and the Neo-Avant-Garde"

Table of Contents

List of Illustrationsp. vii
Acknowledgmentsp. xi
Introductionp. 1
Indiana Street (1993)p. 17
Writing with Davidson: Some Afterhoughts after Doing Blind Time IV: Drawing with Davidson (1993)p. 41
The Art of Donald Davidson (1995)p. 51
Steam (1995)p. 61
Professional Rules (1997)p. 63
Thinking Back about Him: On the Death of Richard Bellamy (1998)p. 101
Cezanne's Mountains (1998)p. 103
Size Matters (2000)p. 121
Threading the Labyrinth (2001)p. 137
Solecisms of Sight: Specular Speculations (2001)p. 148
Thoughts on Hegel's Owl (2002)p. 163
Maybe the Angel in Durer (2003)p. 167
From a Chomskian Couch: The Imperialistic Unconscious (2003)p. 171
Toward an Ophthalmology of the Aesthetic and an Orthopedics of Seeing (2004)p. 186
Notes on Less than (2004)p. 203
The Birthday Boy (2004)p. 205
Jasper Johns: The First Decade (2005)p. 225
Chronologyp. 257
Bibliographyp. 267
Indexp. 271
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