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Idiosyncratic Identities.

Idiosyncratic Identities.


Kuspit, Donald.

Pap. Cambridge, 1996

Book ID: 21010

In this study, Kuspit argues that only the idiosyncratic artist remains credible and convincing in the postmodern era where there are no guidelines, art historically or socially. Idiosyncratic art, Kuspit posits, is a radically personal art that establishes communication between individuals in doubt of their identity.

368 pp. B&W illus.