Harry Smith: The Avant-Garde in the American Vernacular

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Product Details

Price
$40.25
Publisher
Getty Research Institute
Publish Date
Pages
296
Dimensions
7.0 X 9.9 X 0.8 inches | 0.02 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780892367351

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About the Author

Andrew Perchuk is assistant director of Contemporary Programs and Research at the Getty Research Institute. Rani Singh is senior research associate in Contemporary Programs and Research at the Getty Research Institute as well as the director of the Harry Smith Archives.

Reviews

 "The most comprehensive book on the subject to date.”—"BookForum"

 “This devoutly composed monograph brings one of the avant-garde’s masters to great good light.”—"Miami Sun Post"

"The most comprehensive book on the subject to date."--"BookForum"

"This devoutly composed monograph brings one of the avant-garde's masters to great good light."--"Miami Sun Post"

"The most comprehensive book on the subject to date. "BookForum""

This devoutly composed monograph brings one of the avant-garde s masters to great good light. "Miami Sun Post""

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"This is an excellent, thought-provoking book, one that should appeal to anyone with an interest in the role of the vernacular in the contemporary arts. . . . This book comes very close . . . to being a faithful mirror of its fascinating subject and, like its subject, will provoke, educate, and entertain in equal measure." "popmatters.com"

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"This is an excellent, thought-provoking book, one that should appeal to anyone with an interest in the role of the vernacular in the contemporary arts. . . . This book comes very close . . . to being a faithful mirror of its fascinating subject and, like its subject, will provoke, educate, and entertain in equal measure." "popmatters.com""

"The most comprehensive book on the subject to date. BookForum

"

This devoutly composed monograph brings one of the avant-garde s masters to great good light. Miami Sun Post

"

"The most comprehensive book on the subject to date."--BookForum


"This devoutly composed monograph brings one of the avant-garde's masters to great good light."--Miami Sun Post


Version:1.0StartHTML:0000000207EndHTML:0000002962StartFragment:0000002547EndFragment:0000002926SourceURL: file: //localhost/Volumes/Home/MCrowley/NY%20Media%20Trips/Dec%2010%20NY%20Media%20Trip.doc"This is an excellent, thought-provoking book, one that should appealto anyone with an interest in the role of the vernacular in the contemporaryarts. . . This book comes very close. . . to being a faithful mirror of itsfascinating subject and, like its subject, will provoke, educate, and entertainin equal measure."--

"This is an excellent, thought-provoking book, one that should appeal to anyone with an interest in the role of the vernacular in the contemporary arts. . . . This book comes very close . . . to being a faithful mirror of its fascinating subject and, like its subject, will provoke, educate, and entertain in equal measure."--popmatters.com