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ISBN:9766410054
Author: Lois Allan
ISBN13: 978-9766410056
Title: Contemporary Art in the Northwest
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Language: English
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Publisher: Craftsman House; F First Edition edition (October 1, 1995)
Pages: 231

Contemporary Art in the Northwest by Lois Allan



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Beautiful color plates and insightful text present the innovative techniques and media of these highly unusual and experimental art forms. ISBN13:9789766410056. Release Date:October 1995.

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Book Description: Understanding Northwest Coast Art is a handy, dictionary-style reference guide to identifying and understanding the symbols, crests, and beings depicted in Northwest Coast Native American works of art such as totem poles, masks, and prints. The first section of the book features an alphabetical list of words relating to Northwest Coast art, with definitions, descriptions, and explanations and synopses of the major myths associated with them.

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This book will change the way scholars think about the totality of the world of contemporary art, and it will be the essential text for generations of students to come. -Richard Shiff, University of Texas, Austin. An indispensable resource: compendious, diverse, and in some of its unfamiliar juxtapositions, startlingly fresh. -Lisa Tickner, Middlesex University, London. Contrary to the popular myth of the "inarticulate" artist, the literature of contemporary art is rich and varied and, until now, widely scattered. There are some great quotes from well-known contemporary artists and critics that I used in the paper, and can see using in the future.

The spirited energy of contemporary art in the Northwest befits a comparatively youthful art community. Only a few decades ago the region's distinction was based primarily on its natural splendor, but as the century ends it is becoming increasingly important as a dynamic art center. Since the mid-1980s the number of galleries in Seattle and Portland has more than tripled. The Seattle Art Museum has opened a splendid new facility in downtown Seattle and refurbished the Art Deco building in Volunteer Park to hold its famed Asian collection. The Portland Art Museum has purchased a large adjoining building which will greatly expand its exhibition space and services. Both cities engage in progressive public art projects that are emulated throughout the country. Their growing cosmopolitan populations and economic interchange with other Pacific Rim regions and countries stimulate the cultural environment and bring new zest to the evolving identity of Northwest art.It is not surprising that the cosmic mysticism characterizing the famed Northwest School of the 1950s has been superseded by an art as diverse and eclectic as the complex society it now represents. While many of the issues that drive today's art are national and international in scope, the manner in which they are addressed by Northwest artists reflects a confidence and freedom of spirit. This book is a valuable survey of leading Northwest artists' work and provides a thoughtful consideration of the context in which it is created.