Modern Art and the Object: A Century of Changing Attitudes

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Index
Figures in the text are indicated by bold type; other illustrations are in italics
ACCONCI, Vito: Seed Bed45
Albers, Josef 176
Andersen, Hans Christian: Snow Queen II9
Andre, Carl 15, 40, 43, 130, 204; Joint40; Lever 14, 15
Antin, Eleanor: 100 Boots Enter the Museum 36, 39
Arman, (Armand Fernandez) 44
Arp, Hans 195
Ash Can School 137
BACON, Francis 175
Baldessari, John 43
Balla, Giacomo 13
Bannard, Darby 127, 131
Barry, Robert 43-4
Bauhaus 214
Baxter, Iain 43
Beckett, Samuel: Waiting for Godot146
Bergson, Henri 70, 71
Beuys, Joseph 37, 40-41, 47; How to Explain Paintings to a Dead Hare 35, 37
Bierstadt, Albert 90, 93
Blanche, Jacques Emile 12
Bochner, Mel 10, II, 44, 48, 204, 209-15; Meditation on the Theorem of Pythagoras 57, 48, 210; Number Drawings214; Range 20, 33; Three Ideas and Seven Procedures 213
Bonnard, Pierre 169
Bontecou, Lee 14; Untitled (1961) 8, 14
Brancusi, Constantin 15, 154; Bird in Space15; Endless Column 13, 15, 40; Sleeping Muse154; Torso of a Young Man I54, 158
Braque, Georges 130, 169; Clarinet, The 25, 34, 199; Portuguese, The 3, 12
Brecht, George 38, 39; Two Exercises2; Two Vehicle EventsI
Breton, André 119
Bryant, William Cullen 88, 91
Burden, Chris: Movie on the Way Down 48, 45
Buren, Daniel 43
Burgin, Victor 43
CAGE, John 39
Camus, Albert: The Fall III
Casilear, John W. 79-80, 85, 86, 92, 94
Cézanne, Paul 9, II-12, 36, 48, 65-77, 95, I08, III, 114-15, 140, 146, 147, 179, 196; Basket of Apples, The 59, 68; Cabanon du Jourdan71; Card Players168; Château of Médan, The 66; Grand Pin et les terres rouges, Le 63, 73; Grand Pin et terres rouges 64, 73-4; House of the Hanged Man, The 66; Large Bathers, The 60, 69-70; Mont Sainte-Victoire studies 12,66; Mont Sainte‐ Victoire (c. 1887) 1, 66, 67, 73,138; Mont Sainte-Victoire (1904-6) 61, 71; Montagne Sainte-Victoire, La76; Montagne Sainte‐ Victoire au grand pin, La76; Paysage à l'Estaque73; Pine Tree at Bellevue 62, 73, 75, 77; Pont des Trois Sautets, Le76; portraits of Madame Cézanne 69, Still Life with Apples and Oranges69; Still Life with Black Clock65; Still Life with Plaster Cupid69; Study for a Tree 65, 75, 76; Vallée de l'Arc, La76; Viaduct at l'Estaque75
Champney, Benjamin 88-9
Chéret, Jules 179
Christo (Christo Jarachoff): Valley Curtain 43, 41
Church, Frederic Edwin 90, 93
Close, Chuck II; Phil 30, 35
Cole, Thomas 90
Constable, John 88, 177
Copley, John Singleton 125
Cornell, Joseph 118-20, 125, 126, 127; Auriga127; Dove Cot119; Medici Slot Machine120-21; M. Phot (scenario) II8-19; Sand Fountain119; Soap-Bubble Set 120; Sun Box (Fox Block) 73, 118; Taglioni's Jewel Casket 34, 36, 119; 'Winter Night Skies' (series) 118
Courbet, Gustave 65, 168

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  • Title Page *
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  • Preface to the Revised Edition 7
  • Preface 9
  • 1 - Modern Art and the Object from Nineteenth-Century Nature Painting to Conceptual Art 10
  • 2 - The Object Painted and the Painted Object in Quiet Collision 65
  • 3 'the Mountain in the Painting and the Painting in the Mountain' 78
  • 4 - The Painting Freed 97
  • 5 'I Am Nature' 110
  • 6 - Object as Art 135
  • 7 - Art as Object 171
  • 8 - The Object in Jeopardy 196
  • 9 - Women Reshaping the Object 216
  • Notes 261
  • List of Illustrations 273
  • List of Figures 280
  • Acknowledgments 281
  • Index 283
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