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The Shock of the new. / 7-8

Author: Robert HughesLorna PegramMartin JarvisRichard BrunskillAlan LewensAll authors
Publisher: New York : Ambrose Video Pub., [2001]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Culture as nature: In the mid-20th century, symbols of modern culture reflecting the power of mass media, advertising, radio and television, became subjects for artists. Pop art exploded onto the scene. The Future that was: We sit at the end of a cycle. The new age of Modernism that began with this century is now the establishment, as are its consequences.
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Interviews
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Hughes; Lorna Pegram; Martin Jarvis; Richard Brunskill; Alan Lewens; David Richardson; Nick Chilvers; Tony Church; Richard Spurway; Lorraine Chase; Donald McIver; Brian Deacon; Gillian Duxbury; Larraine Humphries; Imogen Bickford-Smith; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.; Time-Life Films.; Reiner Moritz Productions.; Ambrose Video Publishing.
OCLC Number: 50039109
Notes: Videodisc release of television series.
Credits: [Series producer, Lorna Pegram]; writer, Robert Hughes. Culture as nature: reader, Martin Jarvis; editors, Richard Brunskill, Alan Lewens; producer, Laura Pegram; director, David Richardson. The Future that was: readers, Nick Chilvers, Tony Church; editor, Richard Spurway; director, David Richardson.
Performer(s): Lorraine Chase, Donald McIver, Brian Deacon, Gillian Duxbury, Larraine Humphries, Imogene Bickford-Smith. Presenter, Robert Hughes.
Description: 1 videodisc (104 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, full screen (1.33:1 aspect ratio) presentation; Dolby 2.0.
Contents: Volume 7. Culture as nature --
Volume 8. The Future that was.
Other Titles: Culture as nature.
Future that was.
Responsibility: BBC-TV in association with Time Life Films and RM Productions, Munich.

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Culture as nature: In the mid-20th century, symbols of modern culture reflecting the power of mass media, advertising, radio and television, became subjects for artists. Pop art exploded onto the scene. The Future that was: We sit at the end of a cycle. The new age of Modernism that began with this century is now the establishment, as are its consequences.

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