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AuthorMesch, Claudia
TitleArt and politics : a small history of art for social change since 1945 / Claudia Mesch
ImprintLondon : I.B. Tauris, 2013
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SummaryContemporary art is increasingly concerned with swaying the opinions of its viewer. To do so, the art employs various strategies to convey a political message. This book provides readers with the tools to decode and appreciate political art, a crucial and understudied direction in post-war art
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Phys. Description240 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
ISBN9781848851108
1848851103
SubjectsArt and society -- History
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Contemporary art is increasingly concerned with swaying the opinions of its viewier. To do so, the art employs various strategies to convey a political message. This book provides readers with the tools to decode and appreciate political art, a crucial and understudied direction in post-war art. From the postwar works of Pablo Picasso and Alexander Deineka to thie Border Film Project and(More)
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Claudia Mesch
Claudia Mesch is Associate Professor at the School of Art, Arizona State University. Her publications include Joseph Beuys: The Reader (edited with Viola Michely, I.B. Tauris and MIT Press, 2007); and Modern Art at the Berlin Wall: Demarcating Culture in the Cold War Germanys (I.B. Tauris, 2008).
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List of Illustrations
p. vii
 
Acknowledgments
p. xiii
 
Introduction
p. 1
 
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The subtitle of this small volume describes it best. The title is too ambitious. With a textbook approach, this volume tracks historical interactions of visual art with the pulse of political concerns in the recent Western world. Beginning with state-sponsored art of the Cold War era (Soviet realism and American abstract expressionism as tools of governmental policy),(More)
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