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A paraphrase from the jacket blurb: This is the expression of Burnham's continuing concern with several essential themes: the death of art as we know it (through the renewal of values), the meaning of art beyond collecting and categorizing, and the interrelationship of art with social existence. A paraphrase from the jacket blurb: This is the expression of Burnham's continuing concern with several essential themes: the death of art as we know it (through the renewal of values), the meaning of art beyond collecting and categorizing, and the interrelationship of art with social existence.


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A paraphrase from the jacket blurb: This is the expression of Burnham's continuing concern with several essential themes: the death of art as we know it (through the renewal of values), the meaning of art beyond collecting and categorizing, and the interrelationship of art with social existence. A paraphrase from the jacket blurb: This is the expression of Burnham's continuing concern with several essential themes: the death of art as we know it (through the renewal of values), the meaning of art beyond collecting and categorizing, and the interrelationship of art with social existence.

25 review for Great Western Salt Works: Essays on the Meaning of Post-Formalist Art

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tentatively, Convenience

    I remember being very impressed by this bk when it appeared. It wd've been hot off the presses when I read it & probably struck me as representing some of the most far-sighted work of the day. Looking at it again now it still seems important to me. Work by Robert Morris, Dan Flavin, Hans Haacke, Dennis Oppenheim, Robert Barry, Les Levine, Lawrence Weiner (ok, I usually don't like him much..), Joseph Kosuth, Douglas Huebler, Marcel Duchamp, Morton Schamberg, Frank Stella, Jackson Pollack, Richard I remember being very impressed by this bk when it appeared. It wd've been hot off the presses when I read it & probably struck me as representing some of the most far-sighted work of the day. Looking at it again now it still seems important to me. Work by Robert Morris, Dan Flavin, Hans Haacke, Dennis Oppenheim, Robert Barry, Les Levine, Lawrence Weiner (ok, I usually don't like him much..), Joseph Kosuth, Douglas Huebler, Marcel Duchamp, Morton Schamberg, Frank Stella, Jackson Pollack, Richard Serra, Bruce Gunderson & Bob Clark, Gilbert & George, Graham Metson, Peter Hutchinson, Darryl Sapien & Michael Hinton, Newton Harrison, etc.. Ok, ok, it's all guys & that's a short-coming but there's some very strong esoteric work & fairly deep analysis of Duchamp's Kabbalistic tendencies - so I like it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Audrey

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mills College Library

    701 B9663 1974

  4. 4 out of 5

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