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Frieze : A to Z of contemporary art / [Selected by Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover with frieze Co-editors Dan Fox, Jorg Heiser and Jennifer Higgie ; editors, Matthew McLean and Rebecca Morrill.].

Contributor(s): Sharp, Amanda [compiler.] | Slotover, Matthew [compiler.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London, England : New York : Phaidon, [2016]Description: 351 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 25 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0714871990; 9780714871998.Other title: Frieze a to z of contemporary art.Subject(s): Frieze (London, England) | Art, Modern -- 21st century -- Periodicals | Artists -- 21st century -- Interviews | Arts -- Periodicals | Art, Modern -- Periodicals | Art, Modern -- 21st century -- HistoryDDC classification: 709.04 | 709.05 Summary: This book charts the dynamic, changing landscape of contemporary art and culture of the past quarter-century. Drawing on frieze magazine's exceptional back catalogue of articles, this book brings together a curated collection of over fifty engaging highlights.
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The ultimate guide to 25 years of contemporary art, as seen through the filter of the world's leading contemporary art magazine

frieze A to Z of Contemporary Artcharts the dynamic, changing landscape of the contemporary art and culture of the past quarter century. Drawing on frieze magazine's exceptional back catalogue of articles, this book brings together a curated collection of over fifty engaging highlights. It features artist interviews; essays on subjects as varied as museums, photography, pre-historic art and television; and think pieces on broader cultural topics, such as fame, gentrification, nostalgia, and style. The book's content - selected from throughout the magazine's history - offers a guide to this dynamic era of visual culture, revealing the increasing internationalism, popularity, and market dominance of contemporary art.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

This book charts the dynamic, changing landscape of contemporary art and culture of the past quarter-century. Drawing on frieze magazine's exceptional back catalogue of articles, this book brings together a curated collection of over fifty engaging highlights.

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