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Lee Friedlander : The Little Screens. by Anton, Saul.;
Contents -- 1. The Family Hearth -- 2. Faces and Screens -- 3. Picture and Apparatus -- 4. Photo-Book-Archive -- 5. Story of the Eye -- 6. Death and Sex, Endlessly -- Endnotes -- Other titles in the One Work series.An illustrated examination of an early photo-essay by Lee Friedlander that shows television screens broadcasting eerily glowing images into unoccupied rooms.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
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Lee Friedlander : The Little Screens. by Anton, Saul.;
Intro -- Contents -- 1. The Family Hearth -- 2. Faces and Screens -- 3. Picture and Apparatus -- 4. Photo-Book-Archive -- 5. Story of the Eye -- 6. Death and Sex, Endlessly -- Endnotes -- Other titles in the One Work series.An illustrated examination of an early photo-essay by Lee Friedlander that shows television screens broadcasting eerily glowing images into unoccupied rooms.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Photography, Artistic.;
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I Stand in My Place with My Own Day Here : Site-Specific Art at the New School. by Richard, Frances.; Matthews, Lydia.; Rocciolo, Silvia.; Stark, Eric.;
Cover -- Contents -- Foreword: Co-Designing a Kaleidoscope / Lydia Matthews -- Introduction / Silvia Rocciolo and Eric Stark -- Various, Humane, Political / Holland Cotter -- Schooled in the New: The Arts as Social Research / Julia L. Foulkes -- Living and Learning from the University Center to 66 West 12th Street -- or, Arendt in Mar-a-Lago / Reinhold Martin -- Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall: 66 West 12th Street -- Thomas Hart Benton: America Today, 1930-31 -- From The New School to The Metropolitan Museum of Art: The Odyssey of Thomas Hart Benton's America Today / Randall Griffey -- The Ghost of Progress Past / Luc Sante -- Paid in Eggs / Mira Schor -- José Clemente Orozco: Call to Revolution and Table of Universal -- Brotherhood (The New School Mural Cycle), 1930-31 -- Orozco's New School Murals: Activating Revolutionary Thought / Anna Indych-López and Lynda Klich -- The Chains in Orozco's Murals / Otto von Busch -- Center of Gravity: Orozco / Roberto Tejada -- Camilo Egas: Ecuadorian Festival, 1932 -- A Celebration of Dance / Michele Greet -- Celebration as Resistance / Heather Reyes -- New School Desires: "Poised Precisely Between Fantasy and Reality" / Jasmine Rault -- Gonzalo Fonseca: Untitled, 1961 -- Gonzalo Fonseca and Universalist Modernism / Edward J. Sullivan -- Solve et Coagula / Hugh Raffles -- When a Mural Is a Blueprint / Mónica de la Torre -- Martin Puryear + Michael Van Valkenburgh: Vera List Courtyard, 1997 -- Vera List Courtyard: A Brief History / Kathleen Goncharov -- Inside Out: Outside In / Sarah E. Lawrence -- Seats of Tension: Collaboration, Access, Security, Expression / Laura Y. Liu -- Vera List Courtyard and the Culture Wars / Olu Oguibe -- Dave Muller: Interpolations and Extrapolations, 2002-03 -- Extensions (Interpolations and Extrapolations), 2008 -- Interpolating and Extrapolating / Stefano Basilico.Brand New / Jeffrey Kastner -- Identity Interpolated and Extrapolated / Jamer Hunt -- Arnhold Hall: 55 West 13th Street -- Sol LeWitt: Wall Drawing #1073, Bars of Color (New School), 2003 -- #1073, Tan Lin -- LeWitt's Problem(s) / Jennifer Wilson -- One Sentence for Sol LeWitt / Saul Anton -- Kara Walker: Event Horizon, 2005 -- History's Worth of Fictions / Mabel O. Wilson -- On Kara Walker's Event Horizon / Maggie Nelson -- Black Atlantis / Naomi Beckwith -- Brian Tolle: Threshold, 2006 -- The Gentle Wind Doth Move Visibly / Shannon Mattern -- Unsettled / Victoria Hattam -- Of Two Minds / Carin Kuoni -- Quiet Possibilities of the Subjunctive / G. E. Patterson -- University Center: 63 Fifth Avenue -- Rita McBride, Bells and Whistles, 2009-14 -- Mnemonics and Pneumatics / Robert Kirkbride -- Ringing Bells, Blowing Whistles / Daniel A. Barber -- Breaking Out of School / Elizabeth Ellsworth -- Alfredo Jaar: Searching for Africa in LIFE, 1996/2014 -- Searching Blindly / Radhika Subramaniam -- An Absence That Conjures a Presence / Omar Berrada -- Alfredo Jaar: Dialectic of Sight / Jennifer A. González -- The Blink of Failure: Imagining Life in Africa / Tisa Bryant -- Glenn Ligon: For Comrades and Lovers, 2015 -- Democratic Vistas of Space / Carl Hancock Rux -- Among the Throng: Glenn Ligon Situates Whitman / Wendy S. Walters -- Incantations / Luis Jaramillo -- For Comrades and Lovers: a dialogue / Claudia Rankine -- Agnes Denes: Pascal's Perfect Probability Pyramid &amp -- the People Paradox-The Predicament (PPPPPPP), 1980/2016 -- In Formation / Aruna D'Souza -- The one who is the one who who is the one who is not many. Thoughts called forth by Agnes Denes's Pascal's Perfect Probability Pyramid &amp -- the People Paradox-The Predicament (PPPPPPP) / Andrea Geyer -- Agnes Denes: Promethea of Paradox / Lucy R. Lippard."Organized by Fascination": A Roundtable Conversation on Art, Institutions, and Pedagogy / Carol Becker, Gregg Bordowitz,Pablo Helguera, and Lydia Matthews -- Moderated by Frances Richard -- Histories of the Commissions -- Contributors -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Z.I Stand in My Place with My Own Day Here features essays by more than fifty renowned international writers considering thirteen monumental works of art commissioned by The New School between 1930 and the present.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Probing the limits of representation : Nazism and the "final solution" / by Friedländer, Saul,1932-(SAGE)1681903;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-398) and index.German memory, judicial interrogation, and historical reconstruction : writing perpetrator history from postwar testimony / Christopher R. Browning -- Historical emplotment and the problem of truth / Hayden White -- On emplotment : two kinds of ruin / Perry Anderson -- History, counterhistory, and narrative / Amos Funkenstein -- Just one witness / Carlo Ginzburg -- Of plots, witnesses, and judgments / Martin Jay -- Representing the Holocaust : reflections on the historians' debate / Dominick LaCapra -- Historical understanding and counterrationality : the Judenrat as epistemological vantage / Dan Diner -- History beyond the pleasure principle : some thoughts on the representation of trauma / Eric L. Santner -- Habermas, enlightenment, and antisemitism / Vincent P. Pecora -- Between image and phrase : progressive history and the "final solution" as dispossession / Sande Cohen.Science, modernity, and the "final solution" / Mario Biagioli -- Holocaust and the end of history : postmodern historiography in cinema / Anton Kaes -- Whose story is it, anyway? : ideology and psychology in the representation of the Shoah in Israeli literature / Yael S. Feldman -- Translating Paul Celan's "Todesfuge" : rhythm and repetition as metaphor / John Felstiner -- "The grave in the air" : unbound metaphors in post-Holocaust poetry / Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi -- The dialectics of unspeakability : language, silence, and the narratives of desubjectification / Peter Haidu -- The representation of limits / Berel Lang -- The book of the destruction / Geoffrey H. Hartman.
Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in literature;
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