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  • Craft and concept : the rematerialization of the art object
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  • Midmarch Arts Press, New York : 2006
  • 2006
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Physical Description
  • 460 pages illustrations (some color) 23 cm
General Note
  • Collection of the author's essays and magazine articles published between 1981-2006.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 433-445) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
  • pt. 1. On the crafts: Storytelling in American craft, 1750-1950. The embodiment of ingenuity. Pacific Northwest crafts in the 1950s. Breaking barriers: recent American craft. The rematerialization of the art object. The myth of the neglected ceramic artist -- pt. 2. Ceramics: Toward a bicameral esthetic of clay. Robert Sperry: planetary clay. American figurative ceramics. Shattered self: Northwest figurative ceramics. Howard Kottler. Pattern re-examined in American ceramics. Richard Fairbanks: Turning point. Jim Leedy: Prehistoric modern. Rick Dillingham and the reparative drive. Michael Lucero discoovers America. Viola Frey's family plot. Doug Jeck: monuments to uncertainty. Ryoji Koie: new contexts. Lawson Oyekan: origin and exile. Picasso's ceramics: a lifelong interest. North American ceramic sculpture now -- pt. 3. Glass: American studio glass since 1945: from Cold War to hot shop -- Glass as element: five artists -- Buster Simpson: throwaway glass -- Toots Zynsky: the climate of color -- William Morris: paleoglass -- Therman Statom: installing space -- Containing space: Ginny Ruffner's installations -- Metamorphosis: glass sculptures by Lynda Benglis -- Daniel Clayman: the object is image -- Glass in public art today: preservation, renovation, innovation -- Paul Marioni: the visitor -- Robert Kehlmann: aspects of meaning -- Marvin Lipofsky: concealing the void -- Femcluster: a new paradigm -- Robert Willson: image-maker -- Bertil Vallien: somna vakna -- Vision quest: Native American glass -- Benjamin Moore: the translator.
Summary, etc
  • Matthew Kangas captures the essence of the debate as to whether those working in craft media are artists or not, covering all crafts media with a special emphasis on ceramics.
Subject - Chronological Term
  • 1900-1999
Subject - Topical Term
Additional Physical Form Entry
  • Online version: Kangas, Matthew. Craft and concept. New York : Midmarch Arts Press, 2006
ISBN
  • 1877675563
  • 9781877675560
  • 187767558X
  • 9781877675584
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