Contemporary Artists and Their Critics presents a broad range of writings on contemporary art by some of the most astute critics at work today. Combining the methods of art criticism and art history, their essays, published here in anthologised form, are at once scholarly and timely, analytic and evaluative, a record and critique of art events. Books in this series are on the 'cutting edge' of thinking about contemporary art and deal with the complexity of contemporary art from a wide perspective, in terms of both point of view and writing.
General Editor: Donald Kuspit, State Univeristy of New York, Stony Brook
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