Situating Global Art

Topologies – Temporalities – Trajectories

In recent years, the term global art has become a catchphrase in contemporary art discourses. Going beyond additive notions of canon expansion, this volume encourages a differentiated inquiry into the complex aesthetic, cultural, historical, political, epistemological and socio-economic implications of both the term global art itself and the practices it subsumes. Focusing on diverse examples of art, curating, historiography and criticism, the contributions not only take into account (new) hegemonies and exclusions but also the shifting conditions of transcultural art production, circulation and reception.

Overview Chapters

  1. Frontmatter

    Seiten 1 - 4
  2. Acknowledgements

    Seite 5
  3. Contents

    Seiten 6 - 8
  4. Introduction

    Seiten 9 - 10
  5. Situating Global Art. An Introduction

    Seiten 11 - 32
  6. Spectres of 1989: On some Misconceptions of the 'Globality' in and of Contemporary Art

    Seiten 35 - 52
  7. The Scrim, The Pistol, and the Lectern: Dis-Situating the Global Contemporary

    Seiten 53 - 62
  8. The Aesthetics of Irony as a Form of Resistance: Zhang Peili in "Harmonious Society, 天下無事"

    Seiten 63 - 74
  9. "A Collage of Globalization" in Documenta11's Exhibition Catalogue

    Seiten 75 - 88
  10. Lacing Places: Situationist Practices and Socio-Political Strategies in Korean Urban Art Projects

    Seiten 91 - 110
  11. Gulf Labor: The Boycott as Political Activism and Institutional Critique

    Seiten 111 - 128
  12. You Can't Always Curate Your Way Out! Reflections on the Ghetto Biennale

    Seiten 129 - 154
  13. Generation 00: The Artist as Citizen

    Seiten 155 - 164
  14. How Far How Near: A Global Assemblage in the Modern Art Museum

    Seiten 167 - 190
  15. Of Maps, Nodes and Trajectories: Changing Topologies in Transcultural Curating

    Seiten 191 - 212
  16. Curating as Transcultural Practice. documenta 12 and the "Migration of Form"

    Seiten 213 - 230
  17. Exhibiting Contemporary Moroccan Art: Situated Curatorial Narratives and Institutional Frames of Globalization

    Seiten 231 - 252
  18. The Art of Globalization / The Globalization of Art: Creating Trans-national, Interethnic, Cross- Gender and Interspecies Identities in the 3D Work of Miao Xiaochun

    Seiten 255 - 274
  19. Transculturally Entangled - Qiu Zhijie's Concept of Total Art

    Seiten 275 - 288
  20. Globalization as an Artistic Strategy: The Case of Takashi Murakami

    Seiten 289 - 300
  21. The Blind Spot of Global Art? Hans Ulrich Obrist's Ways of Curating

    Seiten 301 - 326
  22. Biographies

    Seiten 327 - 336
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Book title
Situating Global Art Topologies – Temporalities – Trajectories
Publisher
transcript Verlag
Pages
336
Features
kart., Klebebindung, 18 SW-Abbildungen, 31 Farbabbildungen
ISBN
978-3-8376-3397-9
DOI
Commodity Group
1581
BIC-Code
ABA AC
BISAC-Code
ART009000 ART015000
THEMA-Code
ABA AGA
Release date
2018-06-27
Edition
1
Topics
Globalisierung, Kunst
Readership
Art History, Cultural Studies, Curatorial Studies, Museum Studies, Cultural Anthropology, Visual Culture Studies, Art Mediation
Keywords/Tags
Art History, Contemporary Art, Globalization, Postcolonialism, Curating, Transculturality, Art, Theory of Art, Interculturalism, Fine Arts

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