Visual Art and the Critical Tradition
by Johanna Drucker
Theorizing Modernism is a re-reading of the modernist tradition in the visual arts that provides a unique view of the history of modern art and art criticism.
Concentrating on canonical critical texts and images, the book examines modern art through a rhetoric of representation rather than through formalist criticism or the history of the avant-garde.
Paperback | 224 pages | Columbia University Press; 1st edition | 1996
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