Art Rules: Pierre Bourdieu and the Visual Arts

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Index
abstract expressionism 129–36
Adams, Ansel 160
aesthetics 1–5, 36, 173–4, 183–4
Aids 163–4
Algeria 13–4, 16–7, 40
Bourdieu's photos of 138–42
alienation 17, 25, 176
anomie 16, 17, 176
Archer, Fredrick Scott 152
art
autonomy and 178–80
modern 48, 178–9, 182, 184–5, 193
postmodern 181–8
transgression and 187
see also Manet; MOMA; Musée d'Orsay; NEA; New Art History; painters; 'Sensation'; Tate Galleries; Turner Prize; yBas
Bachelard, Gaston 27–8
Barker, E 104, 105
Barr, Albert H 98–9
Barthes, Roland 167
Bateson, G 140
Beatles, 161, 162
beauty 53
Becker, Howard 140
Benjamin, Walter 51, 121, 167
Benton, Thomas Hart 132
Billingham, Richard 165, 169, 182
Blair, Tony 121
Bouguereau, William 176, 178, 179
Bourdieu, Pierre
in 1960s 32–3
aesthetics and 1–5, 183–4, 191
biography 1–14
critique of Derrida 185–6
critique of postmodernism 186–90, 193–4
epistemologie al volte-face 10
Kant and 41–3, 181–2, 198
Marx and 25
on modern art 178–9, 193
as photographer 137, 138–40
politicization in 1990s 33–1, 192–3
as post-postmodern humanist 193–4
Sartre and 22–3
WORKS: L'Amour de l'art 65, 68–71; Distinction 2–3, 40–1, 44, 51–2, 76, 66–8, 126, 142–3; The Field of Cultural Production 66; 'Outline of a sociological theory of art perception' 55–6; An Outline of a Theory of Practice 32; 'The Peasant and Photography' 139–40; Photography: A Middle-brow Art 144–50; The Rules of Art 1, 34, 114–5, 198
Bourke-White, Margaret 161
Bowie, David 119, 121
Brassaï (Gyula Halász) 158–60
Bruat, Frangois 142
Buck, Louisa 117, 120, 124, 126
camera clubs 145–7
Camnitzer, Luis 166, 178
Canguilhem, Georges 27–8

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