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by John Grande

eBook Balance Art  Nature Revised Edition download ISBN: 1551642344
Author: John Grande
Publisher: Black Rose Books; Revised edition (November 5, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 285
ePub: 1411 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: History and Criticism

BALANCE: ART AND NATURE is a granddaddy of the Eco-art movement.

BALANCE: ART AND NATURE is a granddaddy of the Eco-art movement.

He is author of Intertwining: Landscape, Technology, Issues, Artists (Black Rose Books), Nils-Udo: Art with Nature (Wienand Verlag), and Art Nature Dialogues (SUNY Press).

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Balance: Art and Nature Hardcover – 14 October 2006. but its main virtue lies in Grande's visible determination to provoke and stimulate. by John K. Grande (Author). Grande's ideas and style are fresh, sincere, intuitive, lively and compelling. Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics. Offers interesting parallels between different aspects of public ar.

Book Description Believing that artistic expression can and does play an important role in changing the way we perceive our relation to the world we live in, art critic John Grande takes an in-depth look at the work of some very unusual environmental artists in the United States, Canada.

Book Description Believing that artistic expression can and does play an important role in changing the way we perceive our relation to the world we live in, art critic John Grande takes an in-depth look at the work of some very unusual environmental artists in the United States, Canada, and -Europe. Dealing with everything from materials to the politics of curatorship, from the permanence of art works to the artist's role as cultural critic, Balance Art and Nature takes theory intoaction as it critically examines the works of Anish Kapoor, Antony Gormley, Armand Vaillancourt, Bill Reid,.

Author Henri Matisse. -John Hallmark, "Burlington Magazine. He is author of "Intertwining: Landscape, Technology, Issues, Artists" (Black Rose Books), "Nils-Udo: Art with Nature" (Wienand Verlag), and "Art Nature Dialogues" (SUNY Press).

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Grande defines a future where small-scale societies exist in harmony with their individual bio-regions, and he finds art that articulates this vision. His writing is clear and blessedly free of postmodern jargon. His grasp of details-both artistic and political-makes this book convincing, and interesting. Books related to Balance Art and Nature.

Balance Art and Nature. Demonstrates that art criticism doesn't have to give readers a headache. Grande defines a future where small-scale societies exist in harmony with their individual bio-regions, and he finds art that articulates this vision.

Balance Art and Nature - John K. Grande. Which nature? Whose art? reads the brochure from the Tranekaer International Art and Nature Centre (TICKON). Duchamp once said; Man invented art. It wouldn't exist without him. Art has no biological source. Ifs addressed to a taste,1 yet who could now deny that art has always been a part of nature?

Believing that artistic expression can and does play an important role in changing the way we perceive our relation to the world we live in, art critic John Grande takes an in-depth look at the work of some very unusual environmental artists in the United States, Canada, and -Europe.

Dealing with everything from materials to the politics of curatorship, from the permanence of art works to the artist’s role as cultural critic, Balance Art and Nature takes theory into action as it critically examines the works of Anish Kapoor, Antony Gormley, Armand Vaillancourt, Bill Reid, Carl Beam, Kevin Kelly, Ana Mendieta, James Carl, Patrick Dougherty, Keith Haring, and others. What emerges is a viable socio-environmental framework for evaluating contemporary art and insights into art’s actual and potential roles.

"Grande’s commentaries represent an important contribution to the theory of art."—Claude Lévi-Strauss

"A call to reawaken creativity in this time of alienation."—Antony Gormley

"Encourages us to rethink what it means to be an artist in a time of global eco-crisis."—Suzi Gablik, The Re-enchantment of Art

"Makes unexpected connections giving new insights into contemporary art."—Public Art Review

"Grande’s book contains a lot of ideas, all of which are thought-provoking."—Globe and Mail

"Details makes this book convincing."—Books In Canada

"Grande’s ideas and style are fresh, sincere, intuitive, lively and compelling."—Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics

"Offers interesting parallels between different aspects of public art."—Espace Sculptur

Writer and art critic John Grande’s reviews and feature -articles have been published in art magazines and catalogues internationally. He is author of Intertwining: Landscape, Technology, Issues, Artists (Black Rose Books), Nils-Udo: Art with Nature (Wienand Verlag), and Art Nature Dialogues (SUNY Press).