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Interplay: Neo-Geo Neoconceptual Art of the 1980s

Interplay: Neo-Geo Neoconceptual Art of the 1980s
Beskrivelse: Emerging from New York''s East Village art scene of the 1980s, the so-called neo-geo artists were a loosely associated group that included the painters Ashley Bickerton, Peter Halley, Sherrie Levine, Allan McCollum, Philip Taaffe, and Meyer Vaisman and the sculptors Jeff Koons and Haim Steinbach. Labeled neo-geo for the abstract geometric motifs that characterized only some of their work, the movement was also known variously as simulationism, neoconceptualism, neo-pop, neominimalism, and postabstraction. In this, the first in-depth study of the group, Amy Brandt argues that neoconceptualism is the most precise name for their work. Brandt sees it as an art about art history, characterized by ironic adaptations of past artistic movements and styles, a tendency toward visual interplay, and a theoretical impulse driven by postmodern concerns with intertextuality, deconstruction, and poststructuralism. Brandt investigates the East Village art scene of the 1980s and argues that generation.
Forfatter: Amy L. Brandt
Forlag: The MIT Press
ISBN: 9780262027533
Dimensioner: 23 x 21 cm
Sprog: UK
Type: Hardcover
Lagerstatus: Lager: Lager
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Opdateret d. 24. November 2017