An anthropology of contemporary art: practices, markets, and collectors

Auteur(s) : Fillitz, Thomas (Éd.)
Grijp, Paul van der (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xi-252 p. : illustrations et photos en noir et blanc, tableau ; 24 cm.Publication : London : Bloomsbury, 2018.Cote : TXII.7Note : Bibliographie p. [223]-245. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Anthropologie de l'art | Art contemporain
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Introduction / Grijp, Paul van der and Fillitz, Thomas --

The making of images / Descola, Philippe --

To swallow or to get swallowed, this is the question: on viewing, viewers, and frames in the context of "new" images / Favero, Paolo S. H. --

The design of pictorial ontologies: from unstitched imaginaries to stitched images / Belkaïd-Neri, Leyla --

How global art came to Istanbul: the context of the "Istanbul Bienal" / Mayer, Danila --

Concepts of "Art World" and the particularity of the Biennale of Dakar / Fillitz, Thomas --

Contemporary art in a Renaissance setting: the local art system in Florence, Italy / Plattner, Stuart --

Brazil’s booming art market: calculations, images, and the promotion of a market of contemporary art / Zdebsky de Cordova, Dayana --

Awkward art and difficult heritage: Nazi collectors and postcolonial archives / Tinius, Jonas --

Collecting art in Asia and the Pacific / Grijp, Paul van der --

Trespassing borders: encounters and resistances in performance art / Khatchikian, Alicja --

Contemporary art in the global South: occupation // participation // knowledge / Flynn, Alex --

The idle goddess: notes about post-relational anthropology and art / Sansi, Roger.

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