Carrier, David, 1944-

Wild art / David Carrier, Joachim Pissarro. - 463 pages : chiefly photographs ; 28 cm

Includes bibliographical references and index.

"Wild art is the vast proliferation of art forms that occur beyond the perimeters of the established art world. It is graffiti, car art, body art, ice and sand sculpture, flash mobs and burlesque acts. It is portraits made from bottle tops, dresses made from meat, paintings made by animals, light shows, wild buildings that are more art than function, carnivals, giant artworks that can only be truly appreciated from the air, tiny artworks that sit on a pin head, and so much more. These are forms of art that tend to escape the attention of art experts, art academics, art curators and art critics. They fall short of catching the eyes or ears of mainstream cultural chanels."--P. 6.

0714865672 9780714865676 (hbk.)

016482446 Uk

Art, Modern--21st century.
Public art.
Outsider art--Pictorial works.
Pop art.
Primitivism in art.

N7428.5 / .C37 2013