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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Luton, Bedfordshire : University of Luton Press ; [London] : Arts Council of England, 1998
|Named Person:||Judy Chicago; Cindy Sherman; Norman Lindsay|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Philip Hayward; Arts Council of England.
|Description:||viii, 234 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Preface / Will Bell --
Introduction: representing representations / Philip Hayward --
Representing art or reproducing culture? tradition and innovation in British television's coverage of the arts from the 1950s-1980s / John Wyver --
The generation of images--ways of seeing / Philip Bell --
Postmodernism, television and the visual arts--a critical consideration of state of the art / John Roberts --
All that's solid melts on the air--art, video, representation and postmodernity / Steven Bode --
British TV arts coverage in the nineties / John Walker --
Artists mythologies and media genius, madness and art history / Griselda Pollack --
The architect as Übermensch / Julian Petley. The childish, the insane and the ugly--modern art in popular films and fiction of the Forties / Diane Waldman --
Critical contradictions--media representations of the The Dinner Party as 'feminist art' / Marie Gillespie and Sylvia Hines --
Nobody's here but me--Cindy Sherman's photography and the negotiation of a feminine space / Lone Bertelsen --
Venus resurrected--sirens and the art of Norman Lindsay / Clarice Butkus and Philip Hayward --
Gardens of speculation--landscape in The Draughtsman's Contract / Simon Watney.
|Responsibility:||edited by Philip Hayward.|