Between Dog & Wolf. Essays on Art and Politics

In his first collection of essays, David Levi Strauss addresses the always conflicted relation between aesthetics and politics by concentrating on specific instances — from allopathic art to Desert Storm propaganda, from Columbus’s legacy to Robert Smithson’s prophesies, and from new art in post-Soviet Russia to public art in the United States — by focusing on the work of artists as various as Grunewald, Jean Genet, Cindy Sherman, Joseph Beuys and Andy Warhol, Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Mieville, Carolee Schneemann, Andrei Monastyrsky, and Daniel Joseph Martinez.

Text: Levi-Strauss David. cm 12×18; pp. 144; paperback. Publisher: Autonomedia, New York, 1999.

ISBN: 9781570270932 | 1570270937

ID: AM-10660

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In his first collection of essays, David Levi Strauss addresses the always conflicted relation between aesthetics and politics by concentrating on specific instances — from allopathic art to Desert Storm propaganda, from Columbus’s legacy to Robert Smithson’s prophesies, and from new art in post-Soviet Russia to public art in the United States — by focusing on the work of artists as various as Grunewald, Jean Genet, Cindy Sherman, Joseph Beuys and Andy Warhol, Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Mieville, Carolee Schneemann, Andrei Monastyrsky, and Daniel Joseph Martinez.

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