The meanings of modern art, Volume 1

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Museum of Modern Art, 1974 - Art - 12 pages
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"v. 1. The secret revolution.--v. 2. The emancipation of color.--v. 3. History as nightmare.--v. 4. Reality reassembled.--v. 5. The cosmopolitan eye.--v. 6. An alternative art.--v. 7. The dominion of the dream.--v. 8. A world remodeled.--v. 9. A lost leadership.--v. 10. America redefined.--v. 11. The great divide, 1950-70.--v. 12. How good is modern art?"

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This is volumn 1 of in a series of 12, and sets out an argument for modern art's beginning in the late 1880s (rather than the second half of the 1860s, as some assert). Russell begins with a ... Read full review

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