|Author:||Roger Cardinal,Jennifer P. Borum,Colin Rhodes|
|Title:||Private Worlds: Outsider and Visionary Art|
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|ePUB size:||1585 kb|
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|Category:||Collections Catalogs and Exhibitions|
|Publisher:||Loughborough University School of Art & Design Publications (September 1, 2001)|
Private Worlds: Outsider and Visionary Art. by Colin Rhodes, Roger Cardinal, Jennifer P. Borum. ISBN 9781900856492 (978-1-900856-49-2) Softcover, Loughborough University School of Art & Design Publications, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'Private Worlds: Outsider and Visionary Art'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.
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Outsider Art by Roger Cardinal, 1972. The term Outsider Art was coined in 1972 by Roger Cardinal (professor emeritus of literary and visual studies at the University of Kent at Canterbury), who sought an appropriate English equivalent for the French term Art Brut. Just as Dubuffet described Art Brut, Cardinal described Outsider Art as creative works produced by self-taught artists (that is, artists with no formal arts training), that do not follow traditional or academic artistic conventions and that convey "a strong sense of individuality". One way that we can subcategorize Art Brut, Outsider Art is based on type of media (painting/drawing, sculpture, visionary environments).
Outsider Art is the work produced outside the mainstream of modern western art by self-taught, untrained visionaries, spiritualists, eccentric recluses, folk artists, psychiatric patients, criminals and others beyond the margins of society and the art market. Coined in 1972, the term in English derived from Jean Dubuffet's & Brut' - literally & art', & by culture, unaffected by fashion, unmoved by & standards'
This unique book presents works that until now have only rarely been seen, even in private collections. Paintings, drawings and sculptures by well known outsider artists and new discoveries, all of which express deeply personal interpretations of sexual desire and activity. With texts by the world's leading academic experts in this field, Raw Erotica presents an essential This unique book presents works that until now have only rarely been seen, even in private collections. With texts and contributions from: Colin Rhodes, Univ of Sydney, author of Outsider Art: Spontanious Alternatives Roger Cardinal, author of the original book Outsider Art Jenifer Borum, New York based authority on self-taught art Michale Bonesteel, Chicago based writer and author of Henry Darger Thomas R�ske, Curator, The Prinzhorn Collection, Heidelberg Laurent Danchin, Paris author and French authority on Art.
Henry Boxer Gallery presents the first book about recent discovery, the savant artist George Widener. His extraordinary detailed drawings are filled with numbers, numerical palindromes, calendar calculations, shipwrecks and invented cities. Renowned critic of outsider art Roger Cardinal provides the essay. Features & Details. Publish Date Feb 11, 2009. Tags Outsider, calendar, savant, asperger's, Titanic. Westchester, NY. Professional book packaging, design, writing and.
4 13 14 16 26 32 38 46 52 58 72. RAW NEWS Outsider events and exhibitions around the world. Between Worlds: The Art of Bill Traylor is the first major retrospective ever organised for an artist born into slavery, and the most comprehensive look at Bill Traylor’s work to date, featuring 155 of Traylor’s most important paintings and drawings. SMITHSONIAN AMERICAN ART MUSEUM 8th and F Streets, NW, Washington, DC 20004. INTUIT: THE CENTER FOR INTUITIVE AND OUTSIDER ART 756 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60642.
Roger Cardinal, Outsider Art, London, 1972. Bibliography The 20th Century Art Book. New York, NY: Phaidon Press, 1996. "Outsider Art Fair". Retrieved 19 July 2014. Colin Rhodes, Outsider Art: Spontaneous Alternatives, London: Thames and Hudson, 2000. Rubin, Susan Goldman. Art Against the Odds: From Slave Quilts to Prison Paintings. Publisher: Crown Books for Young Readers. Daniel Wojcik, Outsider Art: Visionary Worlds and Trauma. University Press of Mississippi, 2016.