Global and Local Art HistorieseBook - 2007
There are now many books on postcolonial theory, yet relatively few of them gather together sustained, dynamic and insightful analyses of visuality, art and art history outside of hegemonic Euro-American themes and concerns. Global and Local Art Histories explores what it means to have a global and local experience of art. The 15 essays published here suggest ways of interpreting works of art from a broad range of cultural perspectives, many of them transcultural. Here are voices contesting ...
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2007
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xxvii, 304 pages) : illustrations