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📒The Art Of Helping In The 21st Century ✍ Robert R. Carkhuff
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📒The Student Workbook For The Art Of Helping ✍ Robert R. Carkhuff
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📒Expectations Of Librarians In The 21st Century ✍ Leigh Estabrook
✏Expectations of Librarians in the 21st Century Book Summary : This collection of 50 essays elucidates the many facets of modern librarianship and what is expected of today's librarians.
📒21st Century Art For Kids ✍ Queensland Art Gallery
✏21st Century Art for Kids Book Summary : Coinciding with the '21st Century: Art in the First Decade' exhibition, the Queensland Art Gallery Children's Art Centre launches an exciting publication for children. 21st Century Art for Kids is a richly illustrated publication profiling art works, childhood images and stories by more than 15 contemporary artists from around the world whose works are held in the Queensland Art Gallery Collection. The publication illustrates the diversity of contemporary art practice in a format both appealing and accesible to children, with specially developed activities by the artists adding a hands-on element for children to further explore contemporary art in the home.
📒Trainer S Guide For The Art Of Helping ✍ Robert R. Carkhuff
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📒Women Artists In The 20th And 21st Century ✍ Uta Grosenick
✏Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Century Book Summary : Taschen's inventive layout is effective in presenting the provocative works, words, and biographies of the nearly 100 women artists gathered here. Grosenick, a freelance art historian in Germany, has selected women artists working in Germany, the US, South Africa, Japan, Poland, France, Scandinavia, and Spain, among other countries. The entry for each artist is six pages, with much of the space devoted to good- quality color photos of her work. c. Book News Inc.
📒New Vision ✍ Hossein Amirsadeghi
✏New Vision Book Summary : "With over 500 stunning colour illustrations New Vision: Arab Contemporary Art in the 21st Century offers the most comprehensive, scholarly and in-depth survey yet of what is happening at the cutting-edge of art in the Arab world." "In the perpetual quest for the new, the exciting and the innovative, the attention of the global art community has in recent years been more and more focused on the Middle East. Exhibitions and articles have highlighted a remarkable burst of creativity in the region, as Arab countries from Syria to Algeria, Egypt to Lebanon and Palestine to Saudi Arabia have launched some of the most fascinating artists in recent years." "The conceptual playfulness of Hassan Khan, the charged paintings of Jeffar Khaldi, the organic sculptures of Diana Al-Hadid, and the moving photography of Yto Barrada have dazzled audiences with their variety, innovation and thoughtfulness. Until now, however, nobody has captured the vitality of the region s art in a single book." "Five groundbreaking essays offer the best context to date for contemporary Arab art. These are followed by some 90 superbly illustrated profiles of key artists, organizations and galleries. Mixing the well known (such as Mona Hatoum or Susan Hefuna) with the up and coming (for example, Steve Sabella or Mireille Astore). Exclusive interviews with artists and key curators give an unrivalled insight into the aims, ideas and inspirations of this new generation." "Perfect for all scholars, students and lovers of art, as well as all those interested in the broader Arab cultures, this book is set to become the touchstone publication on this increasingly important and exciting subject." --Book Jacket.
📒Big Bucks The Explosion Of The Art Market In The 21st Century ✍ Ms Georgina Adam
✏Big Bucks The Explosion of the Art Market in the 21st Century Book Summary : This highly readable and timely book explores the transformation of the modern and contemporary art market in the 21st century from a niche trade to a globalised operation worth an estimated $50 billion a year. Drawing on her personal experience, the author describes in fascinating detail the contributions made by a range of actors and institutions to these recent developments. The author's engaging style makes this informative text ideal for collectors, students, and anyone interested in learning more about the evolution of the unprecedented market for art which exists today.
📒A Manual For The 21st Century Art Institution ✍ Bruce Altshuler
✏A Manual for the 21st Century Art Institution Book Summary : A room by room guide to the contemporary institution of the future, this collection of new essays considers the evolution of gallery and museum practice.
📒Propaganda Art In The 21st Century ✍ Jonas Staal
✏Propaganda Art in the 21st Century Book Summary : How to understand propaganda art in the post-truth era—and how to create a new kind of emancipatory propaganda art. Propaganda art—whether a depiction of joyous workers in the style of socialist realism or a film directed by Steve Bannon—delivers a message. But, as Jonas Staal argues in this illuminating and timely book, propaganda does not merely make a political point; it aims to construct reality itself. Political regimes have shaped our world according to their interests and ideology; today, popular mass movements push back by constructing other worlds with their own propagandas. In Propaganda Art in the 21st Century, Staal offers an essential guide for understanding propaganda art in the post-truth era. Staal shows that propaganda is not a relic of a totalitarian past but occurs today even in liberal democracies. He considers different historical forms of propaganda art, from avant-garde to totalitarian and modernist, and he investigates the us versus them dichotomy promoted in War on Terror propaganda art—describing, among other things, a fictional scenario from the Department of Homeland Security, acted out in real time, and military training via videogame. He discusses artistic and cultural productions developed by such popular mass movements of the twenty-first century as the Occupy, activism by and in support of undocumented migrants and refugees, and struggles for liberation in such countries as Mali and Syria. Staal, both a scholar of propaganda and a self-described propaganda artist, proposes a new model of emancipatory propaganda art—one that acknowledges the relation between art and power and takes both an aesthetic and a political position in the practice of world-making.