Art in Europe: 1990-2000 Gianfranco Maraniello

ISBN: 9788884911117

Published: March 19th 2003

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192 pages


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Art in Europe: 1990-2000  by  Gianfranco Maraniello

Art in Europe: 1990-2000 by Gianfranco Maraniello
March 19th 2003 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 192 pages | ISBN: 9788884911117 | 3.67 Mb

Art in Europe: The Nineties is a highly informative text, which supplies a rich visual and critical introduction to the contemporary European art scene. The text is heavily illustrated with over 100 artworks represented in color, and black and whiteMoreArt in Europe: The Nineties is a highly informative text, which supplies a rich visual and critical introduction to the contemporary European art scene.

The text is heavily illustrated with over 100 artworks represented in color, and black and white photographs, accompanied by essays written by Europes foremost art critics. The artists represented in the book come from a wide variety of European countries including: Great Britain, Germany, France, Scandinavia, Netherlands, Belgium, Southern Europe, the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Russia. Among these artists we find well-known names such as Damien Hirst, Pipilotti Rist, Maurizio Cattelan, Pierre Huyghe and Oleg Kulik as well as young and upcoming international artists.

They supply a visual response to Europes present political situation. The onset of the nineties brought epoch-making changes in European economy, politics and culture, where concepts such as globalization were established along side swells of new nationalistic tendencies and the strengthening of xenophobic affinities. Europes new found unity has strengthened a need to find distinct cultural identities bringing to life stunning forms of artistic expression.

Todays most perceptive critics, who introduce the reader to the aesthetics and works of the leading figures in contemporary European, illustrate the complexity of this scene. Art in Europe provides an opportunity not only for description and commentary, but also for analysis, comparison and reflection on the mode of artistic production and the principal tendencies of recent years.



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