Frieze :

Frieze : A to Z of Contemporary Art Frieze a to z of contemporary art - 351 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword /Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover -- Introductions /Jennifer Higgie, Jörg Heiser and Dan Fox -- Avant-garde : Brian O'Doherty avoidsbeing categorized -- Books: Sam Thorne on artists in fiction -- Cavemen: Tom Morton on the prehistoric imagination -- Critics: Carl Freedman interviews David Sylvester -- Curators: Adriano Pedrosa on an imaginary studio visit -- Death: Stuart Morgan talks to Damien Hirst -- Design: Emily King on the graphic vision of Tony Arefin -- Dissent: Kaelen Wilson-Goldie on performance and protest in the 'Arab Spring' -- Economics: Colin Siyuan Chinnery on Xu Zhen's company -- Emotions: Jörg Heiser on 'Romantic Conceptualism' -- Essays: Brian Dillon on 'a form that wants to wander' -- Ethics: Negar Azimi on art and activism -- Fame: Glenn O'Brien remembers Andy Warhol's voice -- Fashion: Collier Schorr returns the frosty gaze -- Film: Steve McQueen on his cinematic influences -- Fortune: Stuart Morgan on Paul Thek -- Furniture: Daniel Birnbaum on IKEA and metaphysics -- Gambling: Dave Hickey plays double or quits -- Gentrification: Steven Stern on the 'clean-up' of Times Square -- History: Christian Haye on Kara Walker -- Ideology: Barbara Casavecchia on Fabio Mauri -- Influences: Liliane Lijn on who and whathas shaped her -- Interfaces: Alice Rawsthorn on screens and devices -- Jargon: Dan Fox and Jennifer Higgie update Keywords -- Judgement: Jan Verwoert on 'hot' and 'cool' criticism -- Kitsch: Chloe Hooper on Australia's 'Big Things' -- Loss: Adrian Searle remembers Juan Muñoz -- Love: Lane Relyea on Felix Gonzalez-Torres -- Measures: Charles Ray on the world's ur-kilograms -- Mentors: Edward Allington pays tribute to Stuart Morgan -- Minimalism: David Batchelor on the myths of Minimal Art -- Museums: Peter Schjeldhal on the Guggenheim Bilbao -- Nature: James Roberts says it with flowers -- Nostalgia: Jon Savage on the appeal of the 1960s -- Oblivion: Zadie Smith on an engraving of Dante's Inferno -- Photography: Christy Lange on photographing war -- Poetry: Kirsty Bell interviews Jimmie Durham -- Portrait: Quinn Latimer on Sylvia Sleigh -- Postcard: Luc Sante on an anonymous image from 1910 -- Queer: Sean O'Toole on homophobia and South African art -- Questions: Sophie Calle turns the tables -- Relics: Amy Sherlock on art and destruction -- Religion: Glenn Brown on Gerhard Richter -- Ruins: George Pendle on England's acoustic defenses -- Style: Vivian Sky Rehberg on Italo Calvino -- Sublime: Michael Bracewell on Bridget Riley -- Taste: Lynne Tillman on 'a word no one discusses' -- Teaching: Mark Godfrey talks to Phyllida Barlow -- Technology: Jonathan Griffin on Mark Leckey -- Television: Jim Lewis on 'Ren & Stimpy' -- Travel: Dominic Eichler on the road with Danh Vo -- Utopia: Susan Hiller on Hélio Oiticica -- Visionaries: Ralph Rugoff interviews J. G. Ballard -- War: Eyal Weizman on critical theory and conflict -- Women: Jennifer Higgie on Carol Rama -- Writers: Charlie Fox on Robert Walser' criticism -- X: Bruce Hainley on 'the looking in looking away' -- YBAs: Matthew Slotover on the 'Saatchi Decade' -- Zeitgeist: Dan Fox on British art of the nineties -- Authors' biographies -- Index -- Image credits -- contents.

This book charts the dynamic, changing landscape of contemporary art and culture of the past quarter-century. Drawing on frieze magazine's exceptional back catalogue of articles, this book brings together a curated collection of over fifty engaging highlights.

0714871990 9780714871998

Frieze (London, England)

Art, Modern--21st century--Periodicals.
Artists--21st century--Interviews.

N6495 / .F75 2016

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