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new objectivity

Open University. History of Architecture and Design 1890-1939 Course Team.

new objectivity

by Open University. History of Architecture and Design 1890-1939 Course Team.

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Published by Open University Press in Milton Keynes .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared for the Course Team by Tim Benton, with contributions from Charlotte Benton, John Milner and Aaron Scharf.
SeriesArts, a third level course, History of Architecture and Design 1890-1939; units 11-12, A305; 11-12
ContributionsBenton, Tim.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21643605M

DUANE HANSON The New Objectivity Robert Hobbs It has been common critical and art historical practice to view Duane Hanson's sculpture as part of a reactionary realist wave that appeared in the late s. Although critic Joseph Masheck in his essay "Verist Sculpture: Hanson and De . In the early s, the emotionalism of German Expressionism was replaced by a cooler perspective. The artists of the New Objectivity looked at everyday life outside the house, in the street and the gutter, developing a new style. This book examines their art.

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  Those are some of the questions explored in “The View from Somewhere: Undoing the Myth of Journalistic Objectivity,” a new book by journalist Lewis Raven Wallace. From the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement to the history of public media in the United States, “The View from Somewhere” investigates the rise and practice of objectivity while interspersing stories of Wallace’s.   The art historian Franz Roh called this new tendency of the s “magic realism,” and the Director of the Kunsthalle, Gustav Hartlaug named it “New Objectivity,’ the name that eventually stuck. Albert Renger-Patzsch has long been considered .


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