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Museums and modernity : art galleries and the making of modern culture

Autor: Nick Prior
Editora: Oxford ; New York, NY : Berg, 2002.
Séries: Leisure, consumption, and culture.
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"Museums have been the subject of intense debate in recent years and their history and development raise important questions. What was 'modern' about the art museum? Why did museums emerge when and where they did? How were museums involved with the development of modern art worlds? What was the relationship between art galleries and their audiences and who were the key people involved with their inception?"  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: History
Tipo de Material: Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento: Livro, Recurso Internet
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Nick Prior
ISBN: 1859735037 9781859735039 1859735088 9781859735084
Número OCLC: 49225357
Descrição: xii, 258 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Conteúdos: Part I. Museums and modernity in Europe and England --
Introduction --
From court to state: the emergence of national art museums in continental Europe --
'the peculiarities of the English': the formation of the National Gallery, London --
Part II. Art, society and the birth of the National Gallery of Scotland --
Stirrings of the modern: art, civil society and the Scottish Enlightenment --
The birth of the National Gallery of Scotland, 1800-59 --
The high within and the low without: the social production of aesthetic space in the National Gallery of Scotland, 1859-70.
Título da Série: Leisure, consumption, and culture.
Outros Títulos: Museums & modernity
Art galleries and the making of modern culture
Responsabilidade: Nick Prior.
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"Museums have been the subject of intense debate in recent years and their history and development raise important questions. What was 'modern' about the art museum? Why did museums emerge when and where they did? How were museums involved with the development of modern art worlds? What was the relationship between art galleries and their audiences and who were the key people involved with their inception?" "Focusing on the role of the national art galleries in continental Europe, England and Scotland, this book explores in depth the interrelationship between artistic and exhibitionary form, as well as between power and governance in those places where the roots of modern culture were being laid most visibly. Drawing upon debates concerning modernity, Prior investigates how the boundaries of art and culture have been determined within the museum world. In particular, he looks at the interface between the project of the nation and the gallery and how galleries were involved in making certain social groups or bodies feel 'at home' and others excluded."--BOOK JACKET.

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