Conversations Before The End Of Time

In This Series Of Nineteen Dialogues With The Art Critic Suzi Gablik, Artists, Writers, And Philosophers Address The Central Questions Of The Meaning And Purpose Of Art In An Age Of Accelerating Social Change And Spiritual Uncertainty According To The Critic Hilton Kramer, Art Should Be Isolated From Political And Social Issues Contemporary Artists Such As Coco Fusco, Meanwhile, Explore New Ways Of Making Art That Reconnects Directly With The World And Thomas Moore And James Hillman Look At How Art Reflects The Broader Spiritual Crises Of Our Society As A WholeConversations Before The End Of Time

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  • Paperback
  • 478 pages
  • Conversations Before The End Of Time
  • Suzi Gablik
  • English
  • 10 October 2017
  • 9780500278383

10 thoughts on “Conversations Before The End Of Time

  1. says:

    I thought the book was dry, but still interesting Honestly I read most of the interviews but not all Towards the end I pretty much felt I got all I was going to get out of it Although I am not a raving fan of the book,...

  2. says:

    In the midst of evaluating my artist life, I returned to Conversations which I last read when it was published in 1995 Gablik, who places great value on dialog, talks with James Hillman, Arthur Danto, Richard Shusterman, Ellen Dissanayake, Hilton Kramer, Coco Fusco, Carol Becker, Theodore Roszak, the Guerrilla Girls, David Plate Mary Jane Jacob, Rachel Dutton and Rob Olds, Christopher Manes, Thomas Moore, Barbara Kirshenblatt Ginblett, Laurie Zuckerman and Leo Castelli.The issues raised in Gablik s Conversations still belong in current conversations ...

  3. says:

    It took me 4 month to read this book, as I read couple of conversations and put the book down I am glad to re discover the book again each time and finally finish reading it Each conversation has different spin on art and environment, nature and culture so its a great source of resources There are some valuable points there what art may mean to our society and th...

  4. says:

    Suzi Gablik has conversations with a variety of artists, writers, philosophers, about the role of art and artists amid environmental and cultural change The format of conversation was very engaging for me, to...

  5. says:

    This is a classic CBET is a series of illuminating conversations collected by one of the most progressive art critics of our time If you re interested in the history of ideas, spirituality, the environment and arts, you ll find plenty of food for thought here.

  6. says:

    i need another copy of this book i gave it away at the teaching workshop last summerit has some great essays

  7. says:

    I ve honestly only read portions of this.but I love it.

  8. says:

    this is a to re read

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