Seeing consists of twenty brief essays about the role of contemporary artists of faith, their audience, and Christianity. These essays bring to discussion topics from postmodernism, authenticity and iconoclasm to individualism, beauty, and truth. Each essay focuses on issues that relate to how artists of faith approach their thinking about art, how viewers can enhance their experience of artworks and the relationship between Postmodernism and Christianity. Campbell explores, within the current Postmodernist environment, how art and Christianity can be discussed in the present tense and how Art by Contemporary Christians is now a topic for serious discussion that cannot be dismissed as merely an oxymoron. These essays bring to discussion issues that have been ignored by mainstream art publications.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 List of Illustrations Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 Dance of Darkness and Light: An Introduction Chapter 4 Postmodernism Chapter 5 Truth Chapter 6 Art Chapter 7 Imagination Chapter 8 Seeing Chapter 9 Iconoclasm Chapter 10 Artists Chapter 11 Beauty Chapter 12 Images Chapter 13 Demons Chapter 14 Quality Chapter 15 Spirit Chapter 16 Words Chapter 17 Originality Chapter 18 Theory Chapter 19 Stewardship Chapter 20 Individualism Chapter 21 Education Chapter 22 Authenticity Chapter 23 Being Chapter 24 Afterward: Homo Silicon Chapter 25 Bibliography Chapter 26 Index