Key Writers on Art: The Twentieth Century

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INDEX

a
Abstract Expressionism 5 , 71 , 149 , 151 , 242 -3
abstraction 71 , 149 , 154 , 242 ;
African decorative forms 194 , 196 -7;
in art of primitive man 288 ;
Worringer's ideas 287 , 288 , 289 -90, 290 -1
Academy:
undermining of by avantgarde 58 -9
Adami, Valerio 202
Adorno, Theodor 3-8, 180 , 240 , 244
advertising 28 , 29 , 43 , 54
aesthetic emotion:
addressed by Lévi-Strauss 186 , 187 , 187 -8
Aestheticism 159
aesthetics:
Adorno's critique 4 ;
A.L. Locke's theory 193 , 195 ;
in Baudrillard's writings 28 -9, 29 - 30 ;
Bell's theory 38 , 39 - 41 ;
Benjamin's theory 44 -5;
Berger's concern with the social 50 ;
Bourdieu's ideas 57 -8;
Burke's influence on contemporaries 201 ;
classical 44 , 47 , 283 ;
Croce 81 -2;
Damisch's psychoanalysis of 88 ;
deconstructionist 98 , 100 -1;
Dewey's views 104 , 106 -7;
Foucault's work 113 , 114 -15;
Fry's theory 32 , 125 -7;
Gadamer 130 -1;
Goodman 143 , 147 -8;
Greenberg on judgements 153 -4;
importance of Stokes 256 ;
integration with commodity 28 -9;
Kristeva's views 170 -1, 171 -2;
Lyotard's contribution to theory 199 ;
Modernism 106 ;
positivist writers on art 34 ;
Simmel's theory 245 -6, 247 , 248 ;
and understanding beauty 186 ;
Wittgenstein's philosophy 269 , 270 , 273 ;
Wölfflin's ideas 276 ;
Wollheim's writings 281 ;
Worringer's views 286 -7, 288
African art:
and African-American cultural expression 193 -4, 196 -7;
A.L. Locke's support of 193 , 196 -7;
Fry's work 125
African masks 38
African-Americans:
A.L. Locke's view of cultural progress 192 -7
Agostino di Duccio 259
Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius 224
Albers, Josef 106
Albert Memorial 257
Alberti, Leon Battista 259
Albi:
Mâle's study 206 -7
Algeria:
Bourdieu's study of Kabylean villages 56
allegory:
Benjamin's study of Baroque 47 -8;
Crace's view 82
allographic art 146
Alpers, Svetlana 85
Althusser, Louis 231 , 244
American art:
integration of Negro subject into 195
Amerindians:
Lévi-Strauss's study of mythology 186 , 188 -9;
see also Pueblo Indians
anarchism:
artists in Clark's studies 72 ;
Read's perspective 235
ancient world:
in Foucault's historical framework 113 , 114 ;
see also Antiquity;
classical Greece;
Egyptian art
Angelico, Fra 128
Antal, Frederick 50
anthropology 27 , 176 , 186 , 187 -8, 263

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