5 edition of Antimodernism and artistic experience found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -219) and index.
|Statement||edited by Lynda Jessup.|
|Contributions||Jessup, Lynda, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||N6465.P74 A57 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 223 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||223|
|ISBN 10||0802048218, 0802083544|
|LC Control Number||2001269531|
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Modernism is both a philosophical movement and an art movement that arose from broad transformations in Western society during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The movement reflected a desire for the creation of new forms of art, religion, philosophy, and social organization which reflected the newly emerging industrial world, including features such as urbanization, new technologies. Interest in the relationship between psychoanalysis and art - and other disciplines - is growing. In his new book Reflections on the Aesthetic: Psychoanalysis and the uncanny,Gregorio Kohon examines and reflects upon psychoanalytic understandings of estrangement, the Freudian notions of the uncanny and Nachträglichkeit, exploring how these are evoked in works of literature and art, and are.
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Antimodernism and Artistic Experience: Policing the Boundaries of Modernity (Heritage) Paperback – February 1, byAuthor: Elizabeth C. Childs. Antimodernism and Artistic Experience: Policing the Boundaries of Modernity (Heritage) - Kindle edition by Childs, Elizabeth C., Jessup, Lynda Lee.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or : Elizabeth C. Childs. Antimodernism and Artistic Experience: Policing the Boundaries of Modernity by Lynda Lee Jessup, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® Antimodernism is a term used to describe the international reaction to the onslaught of the modern world Pages: Antimodernism and Artistic Experience: An Introduction was published in Antimodernism and Artistic Experience on page by: 6.
Scholars in art history, anthropology, political science, history, and feminist media studies explore antimodernism as an artistic response to a perceived sense of loss - in particular, the loss of 'authentic' experience. Antimodernism and artistic experience: an introduction / Lynda Jessup --Introduction --around and about modernity: some comments on themes of primitivism and modernism / Fred R.
Myers --Performing the Native woman: primitivism and mimicry in early twentieth-century visual culture / Ruth B. Phillips --The colonial lens: Gauguin, primitivism. Antimodernism and Artistic Experience. Book Description: Scholars in art history, anthropology, history, and feminist media studies explore Western antimodernism of the turn of the 20th century as an artistic response to a perceived loss of?authentic.
experience. eISBN: Antimodernism and Artistic Experience: Policing the Boundaries of Modernity This volume critically addresses the ways in which ‘modern” artists used antimodern constructs in formulating work they saw as responding to, or expressing modernity.
Lears surveys the life and work of some three-score artists, intellectuals, ministers, reformers, etc., from Brooks and Henry Adams to Edith Wharton, who around the end of the 19th century suffered from the malaise of American modernity and struggled to overcome it, In a sense these people, mostly wealthy, well-educated Northern WASPs, are.
Students of art history must have this book. It contains great reference material, is a great starting point for paper topics, has great summaries of famous people, is simply a beautiful book with beautiful illustrations and interesting writing (though I could do without the slightly masturbatory roundtable transcript)/5(17).
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Antimodernism and Artistic Experience: Policing the Boundaries of Antimodernism is a term used to describe the international reaction to the onslaught of the modern world that swept across industrialized Western Europe, North America, and Japan in the decades around the turn of the twentieth century.
Antimodernism and Artistic Experience: Policing the Boundaries of Modernity Edited by Lynda Jessup, University of Toronto Press, Lears focuses on “American antimodernism, particulary in its dominant form – the recoil from an ‘overcivilized’ modern existence to more intense forms of physical or spiritual experience supposedly embodied in medieval or Oriental dernism was not simply escapism; it was ambivalent, often coexisting with enthusiasm for material progress.
a complex blend of accommodation and. Antimodernism and Artistic Experience: Policing the Boundaries of Modernity. Edited by Lydia Lee Jessup. From: $ Subscribe to our email lists to find out about new and forthcoming releases in your field, books for courses, journal updates, special discounts, and promotions.
Conceived by some of the most influential art historians of our time, this extraordinary book has now been revised, expanded and brought right up to date to include the latest developments in the study and practice of art.
It provides the most comprehensive critical history of art in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries ever published. McKay, I,“Handicrafts and the logic of ‘commercial antimodernism’: The Nova Scotia case”, in Antimodernism and Artistic Experience: Policing the Boundaries of Modernity Ed.
Jessup, L (University of Toronto Press, Toronto) pp – Google Scholar. Jackson Lears draws on a wealth of primary sources — sermons, diaries, letters — as well as novels, poems, and essays to explore the origins of turn-of-the-century American antimodernism.
He examines the retreat to the exotic, the pursuit of intense physical or spiritual experiences, and the. ï Read Õ No Place of Grace: Antimodernism and the Transformation of American Culture, by T.J.
Jackson Lears à This book profoundly altered the way I think about America at the turn of the 20th century, and also how I go about writing history myself Weaving insights from psychoanalysis, sociology, literary theory, and cultural history, Lears creates a topical history that resists.
Juliet Bellow is associate professor of art history at American University. Her publications include Modernism on Stage: The Ballets Russes and the Parisian Avant-Garde () and contributions to Art Journal, American Art, and Modernism/ is currently writing a book on Rodin and dance [Department of Art, American University, Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC Art Since Modernism, Antimodernism, Postmodernism Hal Foster, Author, Rosalind E.
Krauss, Author, Yve-Alain Bois, Author Thames & Hudson $95 (p) ISBN .Jackson Lears, when writing of the late nineteenth century, terms "antimodernism" a quest for "authentic experience," for "self-control and autonomous achievement" in the face of modern society's "cultural strain, moral confusion, and anomie" (xix).