Immaterial: Rules in Contemporary Art

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$37.99
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Oxford University Press, USA
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Pages
282
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6.3 X 9.1 X 1.0 inches | 1.35 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780199688210
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About the Author
Sherri Irvin, University of Oklahoma

Sherri Irvin is Presidential Research Professor of Philosophy and Senior Associate Dean of the Graduate College at the University of Oklahoma. She has written about many topics in aesthetics and philosophy of art, with occasional forays into art criticism and curating. She is editor of Body Aesthetics (OUP, 2016).
Reviews
"This book has a good deal to offer those trying to sort out the state of art today." -- A. Calluori Holcombe, CHOICE

"Reading Sherri Irvin's book feels like you're being led through a gallery that Irvin herself has carefully curated--indeed, led through the hidden corridors behind the gallery walls. Despite the title of this volume, Irvin makes the art she discusses feel material in a way that other philosophers just don't--maybe can't. Irvin makes me appreciate the art she discusses; she makes me love it. . . . Irvin provides a scaffolding for a rich and renewed appreciation of contemporary art. More than that, Irvin inspires appreciation and new ways to appreciate art, which I don't get to say about a lot of aestheticians." -- Darren Hudson Hick, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews