Description - Material Imagination by Natalie Adamson
Material Imagination examines the interrelated concepts of matter, materialism, and materiality in postwar European art, from 1946-1972.
Provides a unique perspective on European art by prioritizing material dimensions over concept or context, while also paying attention to theoretical and historical concerns
Explores artists' methods and materials in order to better understand the social and cultural environments in which their works of art were made
Demonstrates how materials can be harnessed to affect the critical interpretation of artwork
Brings together exceptional illustrations and new research in eight essays by art historians and scholars
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