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(Re)Thinking Art: A Guide for Beginners
(Re)Thinking Art: A Guide for Beginners by Steve Shipps 1405155639 9781405155632
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(Re)Thinking Art: A Guide for Beginners by Steve Shipps

(Re)Thinking Art: A Guide for Beginners is a primer that considers the term art, what it means and why it matters. Rather than being about any particular sort of art --visual or otherwise-- the book addresses the idea of art in all, in all its messy complexity, and offers meaningful access to the vast array of human products to which it refers. Written by an award-winning teacher as a response to students ongoing challenge, What is art, anyway, and why should I care? Aims to bring readers into a meaningful relationship with art and teaches them to think critically and creatively about it - and by extension, about anything else Provides an ideal introduction to the field for students and anyone interested in art today Offers a jargon-free, common-sense basis from which to approach the theories that dominate the art world today, for readers who may wish to pursue them further

Author: Steve Shipps

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 184

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Publication Date: 2008-03-10

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ISBN: 1405155639

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