Ernst van Alphen

Art in Mind / How Contemporary Images Shape Thought

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This book advances a strong and original claim: that art, in this case contemporary art, thinks. And in this study, thought is always visual. The style is clear, animated, and free of jargon. Anyone interested in contemporary art or philosophy will find this book informative, thought-provoking, and rewarding. – Norman Bryson, author of Looking at the Overlooked

19.50

Op voorraad

The University of Chicago Press

2005, softcover, 255pp, mooi exemplaar, 25.5×17.5cm

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