Spring 2010 not offered
The course of the art of the 20th century changed radically during the 1970s when the very condition of art as object was challenged. New critical approaches, new participants, and an increasingly international artistic community, let alone an escalating economic market for the arts, gave an increasingly public pressure to the arts both in the United States and in a Europe recovering from the devastation of World War II.
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L. Lippard, SIX YEARS . . .
F. Colpitt, MINIMAL ART
A. Alberro, CONCEPTUAL ART AND THE POLITICS OF PUBLICITY
A. Alberro, CONCEPTUAL ART: A CRITICAL ANTHOLOGY
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tests, term paper
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