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Radical Art: Printmaking And The Left In 1930s New York - Langa, Helen
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2004, ISBN: 9780520231559

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:: Borowsky Center for Publication Arts,, 1994.. Edition of 500. 5.13 x 15.25"; 44 pages. Printed on white Mohawk Superfine acid-free archival paper. Duotones and triple color prints. Pre-press digitally processed with Clifton Meador at the Center for Editions, SUNY Purchase, on the Macintosh Quadra using Quark XPress and Photoshop software. Printed by Lori Spencer at the Borowsky Center. Fold-out cover. Publicity card: "This richly visual bookwork intersects the polarities between the past (modernist idealizations and paradoxes of truth, beauty, freedom) with the present's postmodernism hybridized climate of mutations and artificial simulations. Are the conventional intellectual and biological dimensions we have always known about to be invaded by a plague-like viral infection - to produce a novel, unpredictable species? Are we confronting a future where conditions of human origin are in danger of being replaced through technological strategies? Will we create cyborgs - half human, half machine - objects of fear because they are empty of a spiritual core, without knowledge, without wisdom and compassion? 'paradoxic mutations' explores the new frontiers where boundaries of the self, of memory, and of identity have been violated. "A special feature of this visual book is its fold-out character, opening out layer after layer of images which can be seen as a totality. When opened, the pages reveal more visual connections to each of five themes. When the book is turned over, a new set of images are presented for opening and relating to each other., Borowsky Center for Publication Arts, 1994., Lulu.com. Paperback. New. Paperback. 214 pages. The Art Festival Guide is a book about: Making a living as an artist, the brave way! Entertaining and thorough account on how to launch and sustain a career as a successful art festival artist. A book for brave artists who embark on the treacherous and most wonderful adventure of selling artful creations in art festivals and generally directly to the public. What you will need, how to choose shows, sales at the booth, marketing and promotion, setting goals for continued success, display tips, tricks of the trade, staying healthy and much more. I have faithfully tried to guide the new artist onto the world of art festivals. This book is not a step-by-step guide, a self-proclaimed bible, nor is it certainly the last word on how to approach this nutsy business. The book contains my experience and that of other artists, close observations of the business, and principles and suggestions that have guided me and many others through the treacherous waters ahead. This is not to say that I have weathered every storm or sailed every sea, or that I have ultimate and complete knowledge of all aspects of the business. this book is a loosely organized and flexible guideline of how to successfully (key word) launch a career as an art festival artist. Although everyone will do different art, the basics covered in the coming chapters should be a good solid blueprint on how to go about taking the first step. Once you learn the basics and get a couple of festivals under your belt, you will be able to come up with your own strategies and follow your own lead. I should also say that I dont do everything that I talk about, but I have seen other successful artists who do. I still learn something new every festival, and hopefully I also teach someone new a few tricks of the trade. You will note from time to time that there is an artist-bias to the book (thats as opposed to crafter, much more on that later). Right you are. I am an artist and I consider everyone I have ever met in art festival artists. I think many so-called craftspeople of all kinds are artists (although some are not) and so I will call everyone artist, just to be all inclusive and efficient. We will get to the matter of diversity of art shows and diversity of art and craft, but for now know that when I say artists and art I also mean craftspeople and craft. My own woodcut printmaking is a hybrid of the two as I design, carve, and print from blocks of wood, and I consider the artistcrafter division a bit silly. My own experience is neither with very high end nor very low end products but somewhere in the middle. I have talked to hundreds of artists and craftspeople and the guidelines in this book can loosely apply to all, as they were learned by observing and listening to all. This book is not a step-by-step exact procedural methodology. It is merely a guide, a helping hand that will guide you through an art festival, before, during and after. There are a thousands variations of any one of the guidelines I offer and I will try to point those out as I go along. Take some of them to heart, discard what doesnt suit you and, most of all, learn by doing on your own and by observing. I am certainly not claiming this is the only, let alone the right way to do things. As I have learned through the years, there are many ways to approach the business of selling art in art festivals. Simply, I wrote the book as a guide because a lot of artists have asked me a lot of questions, which leads me to believe that something like this is needed and will hopefully be useful to many artists. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Lulu.com, Berkeley. 2004. University Of California Press. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 350 pages. hardcover. 0520231554. keywords: Radical Art Printmaking The Left 1930s New York America Politics. inventory # 35302. FROM THE PUBLISHER - During the 1930s, the era of the Depression and the New Deal, American artists transformed printmaking into one of the decade’s most exciting forms of art. As a cheap, vital, and egalitarian means of artistic expression, prints came close to realizing the ideal of creating ‘art for the millions.’ In this dynamic book, Helen Langa shows how innovative printmakers developed ‘social viewpoint’ works that focused on contemporary issues of labor justice, antiracism, and antifascist activism. Discussing artists such as Aaron Douglas, Mabel Dwight, Boris Gorelick, Harry Gottlieb, Elizabeth Olds, Harry Sternberg, Joseph Vogel, and Hale Woodruff, Langa explains how they developed new types of meaningful content, worked in modern, yet accessible, styles, invented new technical processes, and sought fresh strategies for distributing their work to the public. Many, but not all, of the artists she considers worked for the Federal Art Project at the Graphic Arts Division workshop; each struggled to resolve the conflicting goals of reaching a mass audience while also critiquing social injustice and promoting radical idealism. Helen Langa is Associate Professor of Art History at American University. . ISBN: 0520231554.

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[EAN: 9780520231559], [PU: University Of California Press], RADICAL ART PRINTMAKING THE LEFT 1930S NEW YORK AMERICA POLITICS, History|Americas (North, Central, South, West Indies), Art|Criticism, Art|General, Berkeley. 2004. University Of California Press. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 350 pages. hardcover. 0520231554. keywords: Radical Art Printmaking The Left 1930s New York America Politics. inventory # 35302. FROM THE PUBLISHER - During the 1930s, the era of the Depression and the New Deal, American artists transformed printmaking into one of the decade’s most exciting forms of art. As a cheap, vital, and egalitarian means of artistic expression, prints came close to realizing the ideal of creating ‘art for the millions.’ In this dynamic book, Helen Langa shows how innovative printmakers developed ‘social viewpoint’ works that focused on contemporary issues of labor justice, antiracism, and antifascist activism. Discussing artists such as Aaron Douglas, Mabel Dwight, Boris Gorelick, Harry Gottlieb, Elizabeth Olds, Harry Sternberg, Joseph Vogel, and Hale Woodruff, Langa explains how they developed new types of meaningful content, worked in modern, yet accessible, styles, invented new technical processes, and sought fresh strategies for distributing their work to the public. Many, but not all, of the artists she considers worked for the Federal Art Project at the Graphic Arts Division workshop; each struggled to resolve the conflicting goals of reaching a mass audience while also critiquing social injustice and promoting radical idealism. Helen Langa is Associate Professor of Art History at American University.

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During the 1930s, the era of the Depression and the New Deal, American artists transformed printmaking into one of the decade's most exciting forms of art. As a cheap, vital, and egalitarian means of artistic expression, prints came close to realizing the ideal of creating "art for the millions." In this dynamic book, Helen Langa shows how innovative printmakers developed "social viewpoint" works that focused on contemporary issues of labor justice, antiracism, and antifascist activism. Discussing artists such as Aaron Douglas, Mabel Dwight, Boris Gorelick, Harry Gottlieb, Elizabeth Olds, Harry Sternberg, Joseph Vogel, and Hale Woodruff, Langa explains how they developed new types of meaningful content, worked in modern, yet accessible, styles, invented new technical processes, and sought fresh strategies for distributing their work to the public. Many, but not all, of the artists she considers worked for the Federal Art Project at the Graphic Arts Division workshop; each struggled to resolve the conflicting goals of reaching a mass audience while also critiquing social injustice and promoting radical idealism. Radical Art: Printmaking and the Left in 1930s New York Langa, Helen, University of California Press

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Printmaking and the Left in 1930s New York Radical Art asks provocative questions about fine art prints with social justice themes created by New York "social viewpoint" artists in the 1930s. Drawing on labor history, gender theory, and studies of racism, fascism, and political activism, Helen Langa forms new and stimulating interpretations of this important period of American art history. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher / Ratgeber & Freizeit / Basteln & Malen 978-0-520-23155-9, Univ Of California Pr

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Radical Art: Printmaking and the Left in 1930s New York
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Langa, Helen

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Radical Art: Printmaking and the Left in 1930s New York

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0520231554

Radical Art asks provocative questions about fine art prints with social justice themes created by New York "social viewpoint" artists in the 1930s. Drawing on labor history, gender theory, and studies of racism, fascism, and political activism, Helen Langa forms new and stimulating interpretations of this important period of American art history.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780520231559
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0520231554
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
Herausgeber: UNIV OF CALIFORNIA PR
342 Seiten
Gewicht: 1,148 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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