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Signs of psyche in modern and postmodern art

Author: Donald B Kuspit
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1993.
Series: Contemporary artists and their critics.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Donald B Kuspit
ISBN: 0521440564 9780521440561 0521446112 9780521446112
OCLC Number: 27431758
Description: x, 387 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: The pathology and health of art: Gauguin's self-experience --
The process of idealization of woman in Matisse's art --
Cubist hypochondria: on the case of Picasso and Braque --
Surrealism's re-vision of psychoanalysis --
Dispensable friends, indispensable ideologies: Andre Breton's surrealism --
Choosing psychosis: Max Ernst's artificial hallucinations --
Back to the future --
A Freudian note on abstract art --
The will to unintelligibility in modern art: abstraction reconsidered --
An alternative psychoanalytic interpretation of Jackson Pollock's psychoanalytic drawings --
Art and the moral imperative: analyzing activist art --
The modern fetish --
The only immortal --
Tart wit, wise humor --
Joseph Beuys: the body of the artist --
The hospital of the body: Maria Lassnig's body ego portraits --
Mourning and melancholia in German neo-expressionism: the representation of German subjectivity --
Anselm Kiefer's will to power --Gerhard Richter's doubt and hope --
All our yesterdays --
Christian Boltanski's art of gloom --
By kitsch possessed: Jiri Georg Dokoupil's satiric art --
Sincere cynicism --
The problem of art in the age of glamour --
The good enough artist: beyond the mainstream avant-garde artist --
Visual art and art criticism: the role of psychoanalysis --
The use and abuse of applied psychoanalysis --
A psychoanalytic understanding of aesthetic disinterestedness --
Collecting: a narcissistic agony --
Critical reflections.
Series Title: Contemporary artists and their critics.
Responsibility: Donald Kuspit.
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