- Art School (Propositions for the 21st Century) | Modern Thought & Literature
- Art School: Propositions for the 21st Century
- Ethics of Knowledge: Education, Trans-Disciplinarity and Subjectivity
Art School (Propositions for the 21st Century) | Modern Thought & Literature
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Art School: Propositions for the 21st Century
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Dimension: x x Weight in Grams: Seller Inventory V Book Description Paperback. Not Signed; The last explosive change in art education came nearly a century ago, when the German Bauhaus was formed. Today, dramatic changes in the art world -- its increasing professionalization, the pervasive power of the art market, and fundamental shifts in art-making itself in our post-Duchampian era -- c. Language: English.
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Synopsis About this title Leading international artists and art educators consider the challenges of art education in today's dramatically changed art world. Buy New View Book. About AbeBooks. Customers who bought this item also bought. Stock Image.
Ethics of Knowledge: Education, Trans-Disciplinarity and Subjectivity
Art School emerges from symposia that he conducted over a five-year period. Thirty prominent artists and educators contributed essays that assess, approve, and in some cases decry the purposes and pedagogy of contemporary formal art studies. What follows those interesting but loosely woven mottos are twelve actual responses to a questionnaire, designed by critic Brian Sholis, about the long-term effects of education on artists' work and careers.
They muse about how art schools ought to be structured, the relationships they were encouraged to develop with the communities surrounding their own schools, and the benefits they received there, such as invaluable friends, creative encouragement, and the license to experiment and the opportunity to simply produce work away from market pressures. In contrast, L.