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The Rules Of Art

Author : Pierre Bourdieu
ISBN : 0804726272
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Written with verve and intensity (and a good bit of wordplay), this is the long-awaited study of Flaubert and the modern literary field that constitutes the definitive work on the sociology of art by one of the world’s leading social theorists. Drawing upon the history of literature and art from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, Bourdieu develops an original theory of art conceived as an autonomous value. He argues powerfully against those who refuse to acknowledge the interconnection between art and the structures of social relations within which it is produced and received. As Bourdieu shows, art’s new autonomy is one such structure, which complicates but does not eliminate the interconnection. The literary universe as we know it today took shape in the nineteenth century as a space set apart from the approved academies of the state. No one could any longer dictate what ought to be written or decree the canons of good taste. Recognition and consecration were produced in and through the struggle in which writers, critics, and publishers confronted one another.
Category: Literary Criticism

Art Rules

Author : Michael Grenfell
ISBN : 9781845202347
Genre : Art
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Pierre Bourdieu is now recognized as one of the key contemporary critics of culture and the visual arts. Art Rules analyses Bourdieu's work on the visual arts to provide the first overview of his theory of culture and aesthetics. Bourdieu's engagement with both postmodernism and the problem of aesthetics provides a new way of analyzing the visual arts. His interest is in how artistic fields function and the implications their processes have for art and artistic practice. Art Rules applies Bourdieu's theory of practice to the three fields of museums, photography and painting. These practical examples are used as a springboard to address visual arts in the 21st Century and to establish Bourdieu's rules of art.
Category: Art

Picasso

Author : David Spence
ISBN : OCLC:1200563979
Genre : Painters
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Fascinating insight into the life and work of this celebrated Spanish artist of the 20th century.
Category: Painters

The Art Rules

Author : Paul Klein
ISBN : 9781783204656
Genre : Art
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Learn from Paul Klein and an array of art world experts as they explain what museum curators are looking for in contemporary artists, how galleries select their artists, how to sell to corporate art consultants, how to promote your art, how to price your art appropriately, and many other subjects that will transform your career. The Art Rules is a practical, operational guide for visual artists that demystifies the art world and will enable you to find success on your own terms. Filling a major void, The Art Rules gives you the tools you need to realize your potential as a professional artist. Klein shows success is not particularly complicated, but it is rarely taught, shared, or demonstrated for the visual artist. This book does precisely that.
Category: Art

Picasso

Author : Pablo Picasso
ISBN : 0764102931
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Explores the world, art, and inspiration of the innovative artist who was born in Spain and lived most of his life in France
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Rule Of Art

Author : Clark Hulse
ISBN : 0226360520
Genre : Art
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What do Renaissance poetry and painting have in common? What are the social, ideological, and aesthetic bases for the links between them? And what role do those links play in creating the humanistic culture that still has power over us today? These are the questions Clark Hulse takes up in this sophisticated interdisciplinary study of Renaissance aesthetics. Proposing an archeology of artistic knowledge, Hulse examines the theoretical language through which the poets, painters, and patrons of the Renaissance conceived of the relationship between the arts. That language is embedded in what he calls a "rule of art," a specific set of categories, assumptions, and practices that defined the two art forms and the relationship between them. Hulse charts the rise of both forms to the status of liberal arts requiring special intellectual training for artist and patron alike. In the process, he uncovers the history of the practice of theory in the Renaissance, revealing how artistic discourse lived in the world.
Category: Art

The Great Art

Author : Gerolamo Cardano
ISBN : UOM:39015017352256
Genre : Algebra
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Rules Of Use

Author : Julian Lamb
ISBN : 9781472534552
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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We take it for granted that we can use words properly – appropriately, meaningfully, even decorously. And yet it is very difficult to justify or explain what makes a particular use "proper." Given that properness is determined by the unpredictable vagaries of unrepeatable contexts, it is impossible to formulate an absolute rule which tells what is proper in every situation. In its four case studies of texts by Ascham, Puttenham, Mulcaster, and the first English dictionary writers, Rules of Use shows the way in which early modern pedagogues attempted to articulate such a rule whilst being mindful that proper use can neither be determined by any single rule, nor definitively described in examples. Using the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein, and Stanley Cavell's influential reading of it, Rules of Use argues that early modern pedagogues became entangled in a sceptical problem: aspiring to formulate a definitive rule of proper use, their own instruction begins to appear uncertain and lacking in assurance when they find such a rule cannot be expressed.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

10 Years Of Swiss Rules Of International Arbitration Asa Special Series No 44

Author : Nathalie Voser
ISBN : 9781937518493
Genre : Arbitration and award
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On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration, the ASA decided to devote its annual conference in January 2014 to this topic. This volume of the ASA Special Series contains the written versions of all the presentations given during this conference. Most of the contributions were based on the verbatim protocol which was prepared on the conference day and thus retain their informal speaking style. In their 10 years of existence, the Swiss Rules have established themselves as modern arbitration rules, offering a user efficient and transparent arbitral proceedings. Probably the most distinguishing feature of the Swiss Rules with regard to the administration of the cases is their "light touch" as applied by the Swiss Chambers' Arbitration Institution, reserving however a supervisory function for its Court. This volume is structured along the panels of the conference. The first panel addressed the history and the background of the Rules as well as their main characteristics. The second and the third panels explore the key features of the revised Swiss Rules, namely the consolidation and joinder provisions, the set-off and counter-claim provisions, the expedited procedure, provisional measures and the emergency arbitrator as well as provisions on confidentiality and settlement facilitation. While the fourth panel provided the insiders’ view into how the Institution administers its cases, the fifth and last panel discussed the perspectives of the users, the arbitrators and counsel as well as their experiences with the Swiss Rules.
Category: Arbitration and award

Art World

Author : Barbara Guggenheim
ISBN : 0990560252
Genre :
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A consummate insider demystifies the nebulous cosmos of buying and selling art."While most who read this volume will have visited a museum, few will have gained entry into the inner sanctums of art appreciation. Guggenheim has lived her life in those occluded quarters--she has a doctorate in art history from Columbia and has worked at Christie's, Sotheby's, and the Whitney Museum of American Art--and so is ideally positioned to furnish a 'backstage pass into the art world.'Her first book is eclectically structured: it is one part instructional guide and one part work of history, all written in an almost confessional tone, exposing closely guarded secrets.ART WORLD covers a broad spectrum of subjects, including buying art at an auction, appraising a work as an investment, framing a piece owned, and deciding what to do with the treasure if the collector falls out of love with it or divorces. Sprinkled throughout the volume are historical vignettes--always insightful and expressed in breezy, unpretentious prose. The world of art turns out to be as bewilderingly complex as it is delightful: 'Making your way through the art world is like picking wild mushrooms: it's not always easy to differentiate what's okay from what's deadly.'Guggenheim is at the height of her powers explaining the basics of a prudent purchase; she adeptly explains the process that involves the messy intersection of art, commerce, and the navigation of a cliquey and closed universe. And while her notion of what a budget comprises is likely miles apart from the average reader's, she still delivers useful advice for the less affluent on how to think about art buying. The whole work, more than a how-to textbook, is really a passionate defense of the place of art in life--every page rings with Guggenheim's devotion to what is undoubtedly a calling.A charming passport to the unregulated art world."-Kirkus Review
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The Rules Of Engagement

Author : Cindy Trimm
ISBN : 1591858216
Genre : Religion
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Enter the realm of power-prayer where' Strongholds of the enemy are shattered.' Households, neighborhoods, and cities are radically changed.' Situations that once meant defeat are turned into victory.' The enemy loses his power.' The true authority of the believer is unleashed. Dr. N. Cindy Trimm serves as a mighty prayer warrior, readers will learn from her wealth of experience with the Lord in prayer about how to pray effectively and fervently. They will discover the keys of success that unlock God's promises as they come before the Lord with their petitions. Readers will reap the rewards of walking in their God-given authority as they apply the Word of God in prayer. The Rules of Engagement is the first of eight volumes that address effective prayer strategies. This first volume serves as the introduction and foundation to understanding strategic prayer. Take hold of these vital truths today, and witness for yourself the results of the effective, fervent prayers of a righteous person.
Category: Religion

Images Of Rule

Author : David Howarth
ISBN : 0520209915
Genre : Art
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This is a fascinating and highly readable account of the vital role the visual arts played in Great Britain during the Tudor and early Stuart monarchies. David Howarth examines the intersection of art and political power between the accession of the Tudors and the outbreak of civil war and draws on images of the Royal court to fashion his innovative cultural and political history. Howarth concentrates on the public uses and political exploitation of Renaissance art, rather than its quality or the creative process behind it. He argues that the English ruling class used and manipulated portraiture, architecture, the decorative arts, and spectacle in order to reinforce its own power and preserve England's political status quo. Howarth carefully studies the royal palaces, commissioned portraits, tombs, and period monuments to show how each work influenced--and was influenced by--politics. Even England's highly political battle between Catholicism and Protestantism found expression in religious architecture and painting. Contesting the orthodox view that no important works of art were produced in Britain from 1485 to 1649, Howarth finds proof to the contrary in the work of Sir AnthonyVan Dyck, Christopher Wren, Hans Holbein, and Inigo Jones, among others. Finally, Howarth addresses the political implications of the decisions made by art patrons, collectors, and critics. Of great interest are the critical reactions to art and architecture recorded by contemporary writers such as the Renaissance poet John Skelton and civil war polemicist William Prynne. This is a fascinating and highly readable account of the vital role the visual arts played in Great Britain during the Tudor and early Stuart monarchies. David Howarth examines the intersection of art and political power between the accession of the Tudors and the outbreak of civil war and draws on images of the Royal court to fashion his innovative cultural and political history. Howarth concentrates on the public uses and political exploitation of Renaissance art, rather than its quality or the creative process behind it. He argues that the English ruling class used and manipulated portraiture, architecture, the decorative arts, and spectacle in order to reinforce its own power and preserve England's political status quo. Howarth carefully studies the royal palaces, commissioned portraits, tombs, and period monuments to show how each work influenced--and was influenced by--politics. Even England's highly political battle between Catholicism and Protestantism found expression in religious architecture and painting. Contesting the orthodox view that no important works of art were produced in Britain from 1485 to 1649, Howarth finds proof to the contrary in the work of Sir AnthonyVan Dyck, Christopher Wren, Hans Holbein, and Inigo Jones, among others. Finally, Howarth addresses the political implications of the decisions made by art patrons, collectors, and critics. Of great interest are the critical reactions to art and architecture recorded by contemporary writers such as the Renaissance poet John Skelton and civil war polemicist William Prynne.
Category: Art

Rules Of Evidence In International Arbitration

Author : Nathan D O'Malley
ISBN : 9781317974789
Genre : Law
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Rules of Evidence in International Arbitration: An Annotated Guide is a valuable reference for practitioners, arbitrators and in-house counsel involved in cross-border dispute resolution. Filled with examples drawn from arbitration case precedent, the book considers common issues and questions relating to evidentiary procedure. Features & Benefits: Focuses on evidentiary procedure with extensive case-based commentary and examples addressing common issues in international arbitration related to evidence Extensive annotations, which allow the reader to locate key precedents for use in practice Practitioner-focused, meaning common misconceptions and questions arising from the international arbitration procedure are addressed Organised in an easy-to-use style for quick reference This book will be an essential reference guide on evidence for practitioners of international arbitration. Filled with examples drawn from arbitration case precedent, the book considers common issues and questions relating to evidentiary procedure. Arbitrators and counsel will gain from this publication a better view of the best practices, accepted solutions to difficult procedural issues, and fundamental due process considerations which arise in connection with the use of evidence in international arbitration.
Category: Law

History Of Art

Author : Horst Woldemar Janson
ISBN : 0131828959
Genre : Art
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For forty years, this widely acclaimed classic has remained unsurpassed as an introduction to art in the Western world, boasting the matchless credibility of the Janson name. This newest update features a more contemporary, more colorful design and vast array of extraordinarily produced illustrations that have become the Janson hallmark. A narrative voice makes this book a truly enjoyable read, and carefully reviewed and revised updates to this edition offer the utmost clarity in contributions based on recent scholarship. Extensive captions for the book’s incredible art program offer profound insight through the eyes of twentieth-century art historians speaking about specific pieces of art featured throughout. Significantly changed in this edition is the chapter on “The Late Renaissance,” in which Janson offers a new perspective on the subject, tracing in detail the religious art tied to the Catholic Reform movement, whose early history is little known to many readers of art history. Janson has also rearranged early Renaissance art according to genres instead of time sequence, and he has followed the reinterpretation of Etruscan art begun in recent years by German and English art historians. With a truly humanist approach, this book gives written and visual meaning to the captivating story of what artists have tried to express—and why—for more than 30,000 years.
Category: Art

John Stuart Mill And The Art Of Life

Author : Ben Eggleston
ISBN : 9780195381245
Genre : Philosophy
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Eleven leading scholars explore Mill's thoughts on morality, prudence or policy, aesthetics, utility, and the elements of a good life.
Category: Philosophy

The Mirror Of Architecture

Author : Vincenzo Scamozzi
ISBN : UCBK:C034843640
Genre : Architecture
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Category: Architecture