Badlands: New Horizons in Landscape

  • Title: Badlands: New Horizons in Landscape
  • Author: Denise Markonish Joseph Thompson
  • ISBN: 9780262633666
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • Badlands New Horizons in Landscape Contemporary art s new relationship to the landscape The artist s relationship to landscape was once invoked by a canvas on an easel in a picturesque vista No In the s the Earth Artists started f
    Contemporary art s new relationship to the landscape The artist s relationship to landscape was once invoked by a canvas on an easel in a picturesque vista No In the 1960s, the Earth Artists started focusing on natural systems and entropy in the 1970s, photographers in the New Topographics movement turned their attention unsentimentally to the industrialized man Contemporary art s new relationship to the landscape The artist s relationship to landscape was once invoked by a canvas on an easel in a picturesque vista No In the 1960s, the Earth Artists started focusing on natural systems and entropy in the 1970s, photographers in the New Topographics movement turned their attention unsentimentally to the industrialized man altered environment in the 1980s, artists animated the natural landscape with art, movement, and performance and in the 1990s, Eco Artists collaborated with scientists to address sustainability, pollution, and politics Badlands explores the latest manifestations of artists fascination with the earth, gathering work by contemporary artists who approach landscape through history, culture, and science Badlands, which accompanies an exhibition at MASS MoCA, approaches landscape as a theme with variations, grouping artists and their art which is shown in 150 color illustrations by category Historians, who recontextualize the history of landscape depiction Explorers, who explore the environment and our place within it Activists and Pragmatists, who alert us to problems in the natural world and suggest solutions and the Aestheticists, who look at the beauty found in nature Each section begins with an essay Gregory Volk maps the evolution of the genre from the Hudson River School to Earth Art Ginger Strand examines the relationship between man and landscape through our cultural history Tensie Whelan discusses environmental science, sustainability, and climate change and Denise Markonish considers the new genre of landscape that emerges from the work displayed in Badlands As a physical object, Badlands supports the values represented by its intellectual and artistic content it was produced using FSC Forest Stewardship Council certified techniques including paper, printing, and inks Artists Robert Adams, Vaughn Bell, Boyle Family, Melissa Brown, Center for Land Use Interpretation, Leila Daw, Gregory Euclide, J Henry Fair, Mike Glier, Anthony Goicolea, Marine Hugonnier, Mike Glier, Paul Jacobsen, Nina Katchadourian, Jane Marsching, Alexis Rockman, Ed Ruscha, Joseph Smolinski, Yutaka Sone, Jennifer Steinkamp, Mary Temple

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    1. This book accompanied an exhibition of a show of the same name so it is basically a catalog for the exhibition. The material is very interesting but I haven't read enough of it to know what rating I will give it.

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