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Art critiques : a guide

Author: James Elkins
Publisher: Washington, DC : New Academia Publishing, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd ed., rev. and expandedView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Elkins
ISBN: 9780986021619 098602161X
OCLC Number: 809537026
Description: xiii, 215 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Time for critique! --
A sample critique --
Critiques aren't just conversations --
Critique formats --
How long should a critique be? --
The first ten seconds of the critique --
The last ten minutes of the critique --
Music critiques, dance critiques, theater critiques --
That critique room --
What if you didn't put in much work on your art? --
Managing interdisciplinary critiques --
What if you make very different kinds of work? --
Student + teacher + artwork = confusion --
All the ways to fail --
Five kinds of critiques: 1. The silent teacher critique --
What if you're asked to talk about your work? --
Five kinds of critiques: 2. The conceptual critique --
Five kinds of critiques: 3. The boot camp critique --
Five kinds of critiques: 4. The silent student critique --
Five kinds of critiques: 5. The anti-critique --
Critiques don't always build on one another, but start again and again from scratch --
Critiques drift from topic to topic --
Teachers make their own artworks, different from yours --
When the teacher is bored, and the work is just average --
Teachers make idiosyncratic pronouncements --
Five allegories for critiques: 1. Critiques are like seductions, full of emotion --
Five allegories for critiques: 2. Critiques are like different languages, all spoken at once --
Five allegories for critiques: 3. Critiques are like storytelling --
Five allegories for critiques: 4. Critiques are like battles --
Five allegories for critiques: 5. Critiques are like trials --
Does your teacher like the other teachers? --
Therapy --
Being close to your work, being too close to your work --
Five purposes of criticism --
A sixth purpose of criticism, and some words for success --
M.H. Abrams's theory --
Criticism, critique, crit, criticality, Kritik --
Talking about composition is easier than talking about race --
Some teachers are judicative, and others descriptive --
Tinkering with the critque format --
Three big projects: 1 Investigate the chain of questions --
Three big projects: 2. Transcribe your critique --
Three big projects: 3. Do a six-hour critique --
The world of the PhD --
Why PhD programs leave critiques behind --
PhD programs are mainly concerned with research ... --
... and knowledge --
The future of the Phd.
Responsibility: James Elkins.

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