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Dialogue: Writings In Art History

Burn, Ian

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ISBN 10: 1863730869 / ISBN 13: 9781863730860
Editorial: Allen & Unwin Sydney 1991, 1991
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22.0 x 15.0cms, 244pp, 119 b/w Illusts Good Soft Cover Burn wrote these essays between 1968-1990 as 'a partial but coherent account of the past 100 years of Australian art' as well as the emerging politicisation of art in the 1970s. N° de ref. de la librería 154868

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Título: Dialogue: Writings In Art History

Editorial: Allen & Unwin Sydney 1991

Año de publicación: 1991

Encuadernación: Soft cover

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Ian Burn has been one of Australia's most important artists since the mid-1960s. He was involved in the development of the Conceptual Art movement and in the activities of the Art & Language group, working first in London and then New York between 1965 and 1977. His work is found in art museums and collections in the United States, Europe and Australia.Writing has always been central to his practice as an artist. From the early-1970s, much of his writing has evolved as a trenchant commentary on the institutions of art, including art history. His studies in Australian art present interpretations which both compete with orthodox accounts and critically engage the problems of art historical practise. Often, Burn's arguments are focused through analysis of particular works of art, with the social and cultural dimensions of picture-making revealed in an accessible and incisive way. His writing on avant-garde practices draws directly on his own experience and allows the reader to glimpse the conceptual dialogue between art and language.Dialogue brings together essays written between 1968 and 1990, some of them previously unavailable in Australia. These can be read as a partial but coherent account of the past 100 years of Australian art. However, reading in the order of their original production gives insight into the emerging politicisation of art during the 1970s, a way of thinking which continues to be influential in Australian art and culture.Illustrated, and with an introduction by Geoffrey Batchen, Dialogue offers readers a critical view of the history of Australian art and the concerns of recent art.

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