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MIMA Postmodernism

by Eleanor Heartney

by Eleanor Heartney

MIMA Postmodernism
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item code: 399

This book looks at the ways the term Postmodernism has been used and abused within the contemporary art world. By looking at key artworks by artists such as Gilbert and George, Cindy Sherman, and Jeff Koons, Eleanor Heartney suggests how Postmodernism has pushed contemporary art forward at a moment when numerous commentators were heralding its death.

Eleanor Heartney is a journalist and commentator on the contemporary art scene.

  • Author Eleanor Heartney
  • Pages 80 pp
  • Number of illustrations 60 colour
  • Dimensions 24.1 x 17.1 cm
  • Paperback yes
  • Publisher Tate Publishing
  • ISBN No. 9781854373052
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