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Andrew Joseph Pegoda added it Jun 24, Andrea marked it as to-read Oct 15, In this provocative new survey of American painting, sculpture, photography, and architecture, David Bjelajac dismisses both the idea of an evolutionary development of styles and a uniquely American way of seeing.
Nearly illustrations, in full color, illustrate a vibrant, stimulating, and original work in which art is viewed not only in terms of its creation but also its reception.
American Art: A Cultural History
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Brian Persaud rated it it was ok Mar 10, Moy Castillo rated it really liked it Sep 06, Thematically interrelating the visual arts to other material artifacts and cultural practices, it text examines how artists and architects produced artwork that visually expressed various social and political values.
Nancy added it Sep 07, Description Stepping outside the confines of ordinary art-history discourse, David Bjelajac analyses American art from the perspectives of science, religion, politics and popular culture to illuminate specific contexts.
Thematically interrelating the visual ar Drawing on socio-economic and political studies as well as histories of religion, science, literature, and popular maerican, this book explores the diverse, conflicted history of American art and architecture within the United States from the European voyages of discovery and colonial conquest to the present dawn of a new millennium.