In Contemporary Art Brandon Taylor charts the ideas and practices of contemporary art across a wide international spectrum. From Minimalism and Conceptualism to video and film, from painting and sculpture to performance and installation, he shows how advanced art has continued to provoke and perplex a fascinated public. Generously illustrated in color, Contemporary Art is a guiding narrative to the most adventurous art of our time.
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About the Author
Brandon Taylor is Professor Emeritus in History of Art at Southampton University and is a Senior Research fellow in the Faculty of Media, Arts and Society at Southampton Solent University in the UK. He is author of Art and Literature Under the Bolsheviks (two volumes, 1991 and 1992) and Collage: The Making of Modern Art (2006). He has also written art criticism for The Times, The New Statesman and a range of art magazines and journals.