The Anti-aesthetic: Essays on Postmodern Culture

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Hal Foster
New Press, 1983 - Civilization, Modern - 159 pages
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Sophisticated essays display a concrete grasp of contemporary art practices. Probably the most useful, serious and rewarding anthology of its kind. [art][postmodernism][photography]

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Review: The Anti-Aesthetic: Essays on Postmodern Culture

User Review  - Lindisblue - Goodreads

Great info on (still) current philosophy with all those subtle French guys and their fellow travelers. Is this this still hip? Depends how smart your peeps are. Read full review

Review: The Anti-Aesthetic: Essays on Postmodern Culture

User Review  - Goodreads

Great info on (still) current philosophy with all those subtle French guys and their fellow travelers. Is this this still hip? Depends how smart your peeps are. Read full review

About the author (1983)

Hal Foster (1892-1982) created Prince Valiant in 1937. Though remaining involved with the strip until his death in 1982, Foster handed the bulk of the scripting and art chores over to his longtime assistant, John Cullen Murphy, in 1971.

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