|Author:||Philip Goad,Ann Stephen|
|Title:||Modernism and Australia: Art, Design and Architecture 1917-1967|
|Format:||mbr rtf lrf lit|
|ePUB size:||1564 kb|
|FB2 size:||1486 kb|
|DJVU size:||1996 kb|
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Melbourne University Publishing; 1st edition (April 1, 2007)|
Stephen, Ann. Subjects. 1900-1999; Art - Australia - 20th century. This first anthology of writings about modernist art, design and architecture in Australia reveals the raw nerves that modernism exposed. In more than two hundred documents-talks, letters, debates, public manifestos and private diaries-the main players of the period convey in their own words the tensions, aspirations and paradoxes behind the reception of modernism. Overturning many key assumptions about Australian culture, this book reveals that Australia was not in a "time-lag," but had an up-to-date engagement with international trends and developments in modernism. The documents show a willing acceptance of modernism in the commercial realm (design, fashion, interior decoration), yet they also chronicle the dogged institutional resistance that greeted modernism, particularly in the fine arts.
Stephen, Ann, McNamara, Andrew . & Goad, Philip (2006) Modernism and Australia: Documents on art, design and architecture 1917-1967. The Miegunyah Press/Melbourne University Publishing, Australia, Victoria, Melbourne.
By Ann Stephen, Philip Goad Andrew McNamara.
With close to 1000 pages, ‘Modernism & Australia’ is crammed with essays and articles written by many of the key players in the Australian modernist movement. design, architecture and interdisciplinary practices.
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Modernism and Australia book. The main players of the time period from 1917-1967 convey in their own words the tensions, aspirations and paradoxes behind the reception of modernism. The first anthology covering modernist art, design, and a This collection of 200 papers introduces the ideas of modernism and its influence on Australia.
Ann Stephen, Andrew McNamara and Philip Goad (eds). The Miegunyah Press, 2007. Modernism and Australia is pragmatic rather than pretty, densely packed and arguably overcrowded.
This first anthology of writings about modernist art, design and architecture in Australia reveals the raw nerves that modernism exposed. In more than two hundred documents - talks, letters, debates, public manifestos and private diaries - the main players of the period convey in their own words the tensions, aspirations and paradoxes behind the reception of modernism.
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Ann Stephen, Andrew McNamara, and Phillip Goad, eds. Melbourne: The Miegunyah Press, 2006. Modernism & Australia appears at a different historical moment. Since the 1970s, Australian polity has, broadly speaking, wavered between two opposite poles.