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by Jacqueline E. Jung,Benjamin Binstock,Alois Riegl

eBook Historical Grammar of the Visual Arts (Zone Books) ePub
Author: Jacqueline E. Jung,Benjamin Binstock,Alois Riegl
Language: English
ISBN: 1890951455
ISBN13: 978-1890951450
Publisher: Zone Books (October 22, 2004)
Pages: 496
Category: History & Criticism
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 519
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Alois Riegl (author), Jacqueline E. Jung (translator), Benjamin Binstock . Publisher: Zone Books ISBN: 9781890951450 Number of pages: 496 Weight: 885 g Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 47 mm.

Alois Riegl (author), Jacqueline E. Jung (translator), Benjamin Binstock (foreword). A survey of the different visual arts within a sweeping conception of the history of culture by a highly influential figure in art history. The intelligence, originality, and range of Riegl's writings remain unsurpassed in the history of art-historical scholarship. from the foreword by Benjamin Binstock

Translated by Jacqueline E Jung. Foreword by Benjamin Binstock The work of Alois Riegl (1858-1905) has been highly influential in art history of the modern age. Riegl, the most important member of the so-called.

Translated by Jacqueline E Jung. Foreword by Benjamin Binstock. Distributed for Zone Books.

Translated by Jacqueline E. Jung Foreword by Benjamin Binstock. Aloïs Riegl is one of the greatest of all modern art historians. The most important member of the so-called Vienna School, Riegl developed a highly refined technique of visual or formal analysis, as opposed to the iconological method, with its emphasis on decoding motifs through recourse to texts.

from the foreword by Benjamin Binstock. Book Description ZONE BOOKS, United States, 2004. A survey of the different visual arts within a sweeping conception of the history of culture by a highly influential figure in art history

from the foreword by Benjamin Binstock.

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Riegl also pioneered understanding of the changing role of the viewer, the significance of non-high art objects (or what would now be called visual or material culture), and theories of art and art history, including his much-debated neologism Kunstwollen (the will of art).

Similar books and articles. The Philosophy of the Visual Arts. Complexity: Architecture, Art, Philosophy. Andrew E. Benjamin (e. - 1995 - Distributed to the Trade in the United States of America by National Book Network. Visions of the "Neue Frau" Women and the Visual Arts in Weimar Germany. Marsha Meskimmon & Shearer West - 1995. Fusing Horizons - A Grammatical Design Approach for the Arts and Humanities: Using Rules, Contingency and Hermeneutics in Design Education.

Alois Riegl, Jacqueline E.

This article was published in Studies in the Decorative Arts (1993-2009), which is continued by West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture (2011-present).

Historical Grammar of the Visual Arts. Aloïs Riegl, Jacqueline E. This article was published in Studies in the Decorative Arts (1993-2009), which is continued by West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture (2011-present).

A survey of the different visual arts within a sweeping conception of the history of culture by a highly influential figure in art history.

The work of Alois Riegl (1858-1905) has been highly influential in art history of the modern age. Riegl, the most important member of the so-called Vienna School, developed a refined technique of visual or formal analysis that departed from the iconological method, which emphasized decoding motifs through recourse to texts. Riegl also pioneered understanding of the changing role of the viewer, the significance of non-high art objects (or what would now be called visual or material culture), and theories of art and art history, including his much-debated neologism Kunstwollen (the will of art). His major works include Foundations for a History of Ornament, Late Roman Art Industry, and The Group Portraiture of Holland. Riegl's Historical Grammar of the Visual Arts, which brings together the diverse threads of his thought, is now available to an English-language audience, in a masterful translation by Jacqueline E. Jung. In one of the earliest and perhaps the most brilliant of all art historical surveys, Riegl addresses the different visual arts within a sweeping conception of the history of culture. His account derives from Hegelian models but decisively opens onto alternative pathways that continue to complicate attempts to reduce art merely to the artist's intentions or its social and historical functions.

Adoraris
Good book, seminal book of Riegl theories. I recommend to undergraduate and researchers. Text fluent and with profound insights on various concepts. A reference work with a good translation to english.
lets go baby
This translation comes about 100 years too late. Generally the whole project however, from translation to cover design is of top quality. It is almost as if it is fresh from the authors pen. The book itself contains ideas which shook the artworld then, this translation is the aftershock - Riegl's idea that art has a will of its own (kunstwollen) has returned like Dr. Frankenstein's monster in our own day. There is a strange flaw in the translation however, and I have only slowly begun to realize its seriousness. There is an anachronistic use of "CE" (common era). It is certainly fine to use "CE" or "AD" to reflect your own religious preference or lack of it in your own work, but not to change it in someone else's. I would want my own work to be carefully handled, and not according to the translators bias. This is serious enough to give this edition a much lower rank than I would like to give it.
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