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By: Hal Foster

In: Visual Culture Studies

Chapter 12: Polemics, Postmodernism, Immersion, Militarized Space1

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Polemics, Postmodernism, Immersion, Militarized Space1
Polemics, postmodernism, immersion, militarized space1
HalFoster
Introduction

Hal Foster is Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University. Internationally regarded for his provocative writings on twentieth-century art practice, and as an Editor of the journal October, Professor Foster is the author of Design and Crime (and Other Diatribes) (2002), The Return of the Real (1996), Compulsive Beauty (1993), Recodings: Art, Spectacle, Cultural Politics (1985) and Prosthetic Gods (2004), and editor of the defining The Anti-Aesthetic: Essays on Post modern Culture (1983), among other books. Recent and forthcoming books include Art Since 1900, a co-authored textbook on twentieth-century art, as well as a survey of Pop Art. Here he speaks about these and other things, including polemical thought, cultural ...

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