Hiding in the Light: On Images and Things

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INDEX

a
About Anglia109
Abrams, Mark 69, 247
Adam and the Ants 33 -4
Adams, Hugh 120, 125, 126, 251
Adler Cabriolet 59
Adorno, Theodor 10, 11, 186, 192, 199, 203, 249
advertising 8, 19, 64, 67, 81, 93, 95, 97, 211, 256 ;
and Adonis 115 ;
agencies 73 ;
and Badedas 169 ;
and Benson & Hedges 103, 150 ;
and brylcreem 151 , illus.151 ;
and cars 81, 82 , illus.50, 52, 59, 63, 64, 71 ;
and Elliott Twins 115 ;
and feminism 115, 189 ;
fine art 103, 122, 123, 150, 165 ;
gendering of objects 85, 97 -8, illus.86 ;
and Harrods, 150 -2, illus.150 ;
and Hovis 82 ;
and irony 121, 150 -2;
and Levi jeans 167 -8, illus.155, 160, 161, 166, 170 ;
magazine, 155, 157, 161, 171 -2;
and Mini Metro 82 -3;
and modernism 102 -3;
and photography 33 -4;
and retrochic 150 -2;
and scooters 99, 103 , illus.77, 78, 82, 84, 96, 97, 98, 100, 101, 102, 105 ;
and subject-positioning 211 ;
subliminal 87 ;
and TV 82, 166 -7;
in USA in 1920s 93 -4, illus.50, 52, 59 ;
aesthetics, idealist 184, 197 -8;
and everyday life 112, 255 ;
reception aesthetics 125, 142 ;
technological 64
affective alliances 214, 23 ;
and black culture 212 -14;
and eco politics 221
African National Congress (ANC) 226
Afrika Bambaata 215, 257
Afro-American music 71, 217
Afro-Caribbean music 217
Agg and Sons, P.J 103, 107
Agnelli, Giovanni 102
AIDS 161, 216
allegory 18, 181, 191, 225
Allied Stores corporation 87
Alloway, Lawrence 120, 124, 146, 195, 242, 251
Alphaville140
alternative health 241
Althusser, Louis 88, 189, 206, 249
American culture see culture, American
American GIs, British response to 53, 124, 247
American Vogue123
Amis, Kingsley 75
anarchism 163 ;
and May 1968, 188 -90;
and postmodernism 201
Anarchy in the UK213
Anderson, Perry 183
And She Was259
Angelus Novus196, 199
Anger, Kenneth 39
Annabella (Bow Wow Wow) 170
Annand, Victoria illus. 227
Anti-Nazi League, the 213
Appallachian music 212
Appignanesi, Lisa 254, 255, 258
Architectural Design252
Architectural Review65
architecture 123, 183, 228 -9;
motifs in design 60, 241, 258 , illus.61
Ardener, Shirley 255
Argentina 218
Ariel Leader, the 92
Aristotle 209
Ark117, 246
Arnold, Matthew 51, 52, 124
art, abstraction 125, 183, 197 ;
art market 125, 185 ;
art schools 112, 122 ;
conceptual 181 ;
end of art 210 ;
end of radicalism in 166 ;
kitchen sink realism 124 ;
performance 237 ;
schizophrenic 237 ;
see also avant-garde;
modernism;
Pop Art;
postmodernism
Art Forum119, 122, 251, 254
Art Monthly251
Art News251
Art of Noise 176
Artaud, Anton 189
articulation, theory of 173, 203, 204, 222, 256
Arts and Crafts movement 61
Arts Council, British 123, 157
Atlee, Clement 49, 52, 67, 173
Au Pairs, the 213
'Auschwitz' 196, 199, 202
austerity 55
authenticity 9, 45, 55, 81, 136, 141, 151, 153, 163, 172, 173, 191, 192, 214, 237
author, death of 154, 185, 191, 210, 240, 255
Autoglider, the 84
automation 67, 72, 172, 195
Autonomy movement 188

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