Collectivism After Modernism

Spanning the globe from Europe, Japan, and the United States to Africa, Cuba, and Mexico, Collectivism after Modernism explores the ways in which collectives function within cultural norms, social conventions, and corporate or state-sanctioned art. Together, these essays demonstrate that collectivism survives as an influential artistic practice despite the art world's star system of individuality.

Genre
Non-Fiction
Topics
art history, collectivism, Modernism, social theory, socially engaged practice
Editor
Blake Stimson
Editor
Gregory Sholette
Publisher
University of Minnesota Press
Format
Paperback
Original Language
English

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