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Yet their art has been both accessible and sophisticated, appealing to the mass media and to the elite art world alike.
High Art Lite: The Rise and Fall of Young British Art
He basically seems to be a humanist. No eBook available Verso Amazon. He criticises the predominant art of the pre-YBA era as boring, state sanctioned, politically correct and elitist, with absolutely no engagement with normal people or mainstream culture. British Art in the s Julian Stallabrass Limited preview – Selected pages Title Page. Ayn rated it really liked it Jan 19, British Art in the s.
From inside the book. There is also a lament for the state of modern art criticism another factor in why the yBAs have risen to such prominence.
Providing a critique of the forces behind the new art and its relations with the audience and the media, Stallabrass discusses its inner contradictions and their possible repercussions in the future. The Britishness of British art. The Story of Contemporary ArtGargantua: Paul Lemmon rated it liked it Jan 08, Art and Advertising Joan Gibbons Limited preview – In many ways the criticisms he makes are fairly stale and conventional.
Apart from an analysis of particular artists, Stallabrass offers a broader overview of the social and political contexts in which the movement emerged. Jan 16, Vaughnda Johnson rated it really liked it. He also explores the reasons for art criticism’s so far limited purchase on this art. He gets a little tangential and more theoretical here. I have become interested in the YBA’s because they seem to have made the most impact on art in the last 20 years, and one thing they have undeniably accomplished is helping to transform British Art from being backward, provincial and easily ignorable t A mixed bag.
Julian Stallabrass. High Art Lite: British Art in the 1990s
A full-throated attack on the —new British art,— a movement obsessed with commerce and cults of the personal, that manages to be smarter and more far-reaching than its hyped, hopped-up subject Maria rated it really liked it Dec 01, His other books include Art Incorporated: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
British Art in the s by Julian Stallabrass. British Art in the s Julian Stallabrass Limited preview – Artistcurators and the alternative scene. He also suggests why this success came about specifically in Britain. On the face of it, much of their art has looked like simple bad behaviour—using chopped-up animals, pornography and sexually explicit mannequins as its material, or building up the features of a child murderer using tiny hand-prints.
Julian Stallabrass. High Art Lite: British Art in the s
PaperbackRevised, Expandedpages. Contents Famous for being famous. Verso- Art – pages. Art and Advertising Joan Gibbons Limited preview – There’s nothing wrong higj that, but is a position like any other that it is possible to critique.
New British art has been amazingly successful in the s. Popular passages Page – Pierre Bourdieu, Stllybrass To ask other readers questions about High Art Liteplease sign up.
Their works are spectacular, accessible, easy to digest, and are destined for audiences that are unfamiliar nulian art and unwilling to spend much time analyzing it.