4 edition of Art in Life found in the catalog.
December 31, 2005 by Art Media Resources Ltd .
Written in English
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The key theme of the book is that in order to come to terms with our 'liquid modern' world, we must view ourselves as 'artists of life': So we are all artists of our lives - knowingly So in an extremely coincidental turn of events (for me) Bauman died the day after I finished this book/5.
Art in Everyday Life is sort of a manifesto on Montano's use of her own life to create performance. Everything from making house calls as a nurse to friends, to living in a desert with a friend for 10 days and documenting it, to giving tours of her home in the nude, are all part of this artist's repertoire.5/5.
Those who have already read a few of the octogenarian author's brilliant Liquid Modern series of books such as Liquid Life and Liquid Times or the more recent Consuming Life will be familiar with some of the postmodern themes embedded in "The Art of Life"; nevertheless, Mr.
Bauman remains essential reading for anyone who wishes to gain a more sophisticated understanding of contemporary society.
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That's another insight into the mind of John Ruskin. For he has a lot going on in his mind that's worth sharing. In this book, On Art and Life, the book was divided into two parts; The Nature of Gothic, and The Work of Iron.
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Ruskin never wrote a book by the title of 'On Art and Life'. Thus the advertisment such a juxtaposition of a title and author is misleading. The book consists of two excerpts from the voluminous writing of /5(20). The Art of the Book of Life.
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