This critical survey explores the perennial and essential question - art's relationship to everyday life - which links art genres since the 1960s, seen in the work of artists from Warhol to Beuys. It includes a timeline showing group styles and movements, key figures and important world events.
During the past forty years, profound and multifarious changes have taken place in art: stylistic divergence has become the prevailing characteristic. This intelligently argued survey explores the perennial question--art's relationship to everyday life--which links Pop, Minimalism, Conceptual, Land, Performance, Body and Installation art and myriad developments in the work of Warhol, Beuys, Bourgeois and the many other artists whose works are discussed and illustrated. With a timeline that shows movements, key figures and important world events at a glance, and full bibliography, "Art Since 1960" provides a unique and indispensable overview and source of information on the evolution of art over the past four decades. 180 illus., 74 in color.
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