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How to write about contemporary art /

Title:
How to write about contemporary art /
Author:
Williams, Gilda, author.
Format:
Book
Institution:
MassArt
Contents:
Introduction:There is no single `best' way to write about art; `International Art English'; Anyone can learn to write competently about art -- Section One. The Job: Why Write About Contemporary Art: Explaining v. evaluating; Art-words and artworks; Artist/dealer/curator/critic/blogger/`Kunstworker'/journalist/historian; Out of the blue: where art-criticism came from; Art-writing sans frontieĢ€res -- Section Two. The Practice: How to Write About Contemporary Art: `Fear is the root of bad writing'; How to substantiate your ideas; The audience: grounding specialists and non-specialists; Practical `how-to's -- Section Three: The Ropes: How to Write Contemporary Art Formats: How to write an academic essay; `Explaining' texts; `Evaluating' texts; How to write an artist's statement; Writing formats compared: one artist, many writers -- Conclusion: How to read about contemporary art; Notes.

Online access:
No online access
Library holdings:
MassArt Main
N7476 .W544 2014Available