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Art and propaganda in the twentieth century : the political image in the age of mass culture / Toby Clark.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: NX650.P6 C63 1997

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    Series
    Perspectives
    Perspectives (Harry N. Abrams, Inc.)
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Clark, Toby, 1963-
    Published
    New York : Harry N. Abrams, 1997
    Contents
    Revolution, reform, and modernity, 1900-1939. Brecht and the critical audience
    "Deeds not words" : women's propaganda and the avant-garde
    Murals and national history
    Radical art on the grand scale
    Art, propaganda, and fascism. Fascism and the aestheticization of politics
    Fascism and archaism
    Nazism and the avant-garde
    Fascist interpretations of the body
    Propaganda in the communist state. "Organizing the psyche of the masses"
    The theory and practice of socialist realism
    Emblems of Soviet heroism
    Propaganda at war. "This means you" : recruiting images
    Saturation and censorship
    Targeting the enemy
    War on television
    Remembering war : memorials and anti-monuments
    The art of protest : from Vietnam to AIDS. The renewal of dada
    Paris '68
    Third cinema : "The camera is a rifle"
    Feminism(s)
    Propaganda against propaganda
    Against silence and invisibility.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 166-167) and index.
    Revolution, reform, and modernity, 1900-1939. Brecht and the critical audience -- "Deeds not words" : women's propaganda and the avant-garde -- Murals and national history -- Radical art on the grand scale -- Art, propaganda, and fascism. Fascism and the aestheticization of politics -- Fascism and archaism -- Nazism and the avant-garde -- Fascist interpretations of the body -- Propaganda in the communist state. "Organizing the psyche of the masses" -- The theory and practice of socialist realism -- Emblems of Soviet heroism -- Propaganda at war. "This means you" : recruiting images -- Saturation and censorship -- Targeting the enemy -- War on television -- Remembering war : memorials and anti-monuments -- The art of protest : from Vietnam to AIDS. The renewal of dada -- Paris '68 -- Third cinema : "The camera is a rifle" -- Feminism(s) -- Propaganda against propaganda -- Against silence and invisibility.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0810927136
    Physical Description
    175 p. : .ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.

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