Stony Brook University. Dept. of Art.
Cartwright, Lillian K.
Van Proyen, Mark
Shane, Robert R.
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SubjectArt criticism.; Art appreciation.; Aesthetics.; Art criticism--20th century.; Art, Modern--21st century.; American art & artists.; Art & arts.; Modernism (Art).; Art--History.; Art--Philosophy.; Contemporary Jewish American Art; Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946); Gallery 291; Contemporary Art; Paul McCarthy (1945-
If Art Criticism meets some of its editors’ hopes for it, we shall be able to claim the appearance of some art criticism, with subjects arising from the writers’ or editors’ decisions, rather than the art market’s. Articles on individual critics and on current groups and tendencies will lead towards the adequate history of art criticism so badly needed in relation to art and in relation to the literature of other disciplines. (L.A., D.B.K., Spring 1979)
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