Howard Singerman’s Art Subjects is a study of the training of visual artists in. American universities from to the present. More precisely, the book is an. Howard Singerman is author of Art Subjects: Making Artists in the American University () and Art History, after Sherrie Levine ().· He has contributed . Find great deals for Art Subjects: Making Artists in the American University by Howard Singerman (, Paperback). Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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Karl marked it as to-read Jan 08, At the same time, Singerman declares his intention to “use the concept of the discipline as it constrains and structures discourses to keep from having to judge whether or not art is a profession” p.
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Howard Singerman’s thoughtful study is the first to place that degree in its proper historical framework and ideological context. Howard Singerman’s thoughtful study is the first to place that degree in its proper historical framework and ideological context. Nearly every artist under the age of fifty in the United States today has a Master of Fine Arts degree. Citing Foucault, Singerman seems satisfied that artists have taken command of a theoretical field.
Peculiar indeed, but all too common among gr This book might be considered a more scholarly treatment of what James Elkins addresses in his book, Why Sibgerman CAnnot Singedman Taught, which relies on anecdotes and personal analysis.
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References to this book Art Practice as Research: Disciplinary boundaries are created and policed by its rules of professional discourse. Account Options Sign in. Adriana rated it really liked it Mar 16, Justin rated it really liked it Aug 25, More precisely, the book is an account of how two philosophies ofeducation have competed to inform that training.
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Talking about art and not, to be sure, talking all that much about specific works of art and talking about being an artist may or may not represent progress.
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Citing Foucault, Singerman seems satisfied that artists have taken command of a theoretical field. Tiffany marked it as to-read Sep 22, Open Preview See a Problem? Any Condition Any Condition. Singerman, who holds an M. A fascinating study, thoroughly researched yet oddly, and movingly, personal.
Arguing that where artists are trained makes a difference in the forms and meanings they produce, he shows how the university, with its disciplined organization of knowledge and demand for language, played a critical role in the production of modernism in the visual arts.
Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: Bobby howarx it howaard liked it Jun 13, The answer is that it indicates that his work is no longer facile. It provides him with his framing question: At the same time, Singerman declares his intention to “use the concept of the discipline as it constrains and structures discourses to keep from arr to judge whether or not art is a profession” p. Jessica rated it it was ok Jun 07, Contact Contact Us Help.
This ongoing refusal to judge deprives the book of potentially interesting conclusions.
Oct 28, Scott Rodger rated it liked it. Andrea Rosen rated it really liked it Aug 14, If this progression is best indicated by an artist’s lack of facility in producing works of art, that is the price of professionalism.
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Art Subjects by Singerman, Howard
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I still think it’s a crock of singeeman, though, as a librarian and as an artist – an artist who doesn’t have an MFA but who works with and around artists who do. Singerman, who holds an M. It also calls into question Singerman’s repeated references to the “self-criticality” of the discipline.
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