Explorations: The Visual Arts since 1945

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EXPLORATIONS
THE VISUAL ARTS
SINCE 1945

KATHERINE HOFFMAN

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • List of I Llustrations vii
  • Color Plates xiii
  • Acknowledgments xiv
  • Preface xv
  • I - Toward New Routes: 1945-1960 *
  • Painting, 1945-1960 5
  • Printmaking, 1945-1960 53
  • Photography, 1945-1960 59
  • Sculpture, 1945-60 69
  • Architecture, 1945-1960 87
  • Multimedia and Intermedia, 1945-1960 97
  • II - Upheavals: the 1960s *
  • Painting and Beyond, 1960s 107
  • Pri Ntmaki Ng, 1960s 141
  • Photography, 1960s 147
  • Sculpture, 1960s 157
  • Architecture, 1960s 182
  • Multimedia and Intermedia, 1960s 192
  • III - Individuals and Eclecticism: the 1970s *
  • Pai Nti Ng, 1970s 207
  • Printmaking, 1970s 227
  • Photography, 1970s 231
  • Sculpture, 1970s 243
  • Architecture, 1970s 258
  • Multimedia and Intermedia, 1970s 269
  • IV - Searching for Heroes: the 1980s *
  • Painting, 1980s 287
  • Pri Ntmaki Ng, 1980s 321
  • Photography, 1980s 325
  • Sculpture, 1980s 337
  • Architecture, 1980s 357
  • Multimedia and Intermedia, 1980s 365
  • Looki Ng Backward an D Forward 375
  • Selected Bibliography: Books and Exhibition Catalogs 377
  • Index 390
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