This book is a translated version from its English original edition.

'In "Art Power", Groys examines modern and contemporary art according to its ideological function. [...] Arguing for the inclusion of politically motivated art in contemporary art discourse, Groys considers art produced under totalitarianism, Socialism, and post-Communism. He also considers today's mainstream Western art — which he finds behaving more and more according the norms of ideological propaganda: produced and exhibited for the masses at international exhibitions, biennials, and festivals.' - excerpt from book flap of the original English edition.

Alternative title

Yi shu yi

Access level

Onsite

author

Boris GROYS

Location code REF.GRB2
Language

Chinese - Traditional

Publication/Creation date

2015

No of pages

252

ISBN / ISSN

9789862821435

No of copies

1

Content type

monograph, 

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Chapter headings
推薦序: 藝術之力無差別

- LIN Hongjohn, 林宏璋

譯者序: 在藝術之中操演藝術之力

- KUO Jaulan, 郭昭蘭

緒論
第一部分
美學平權的邏輯
論新
論策展
生命政治年代的藝術: 從藝術品到藝術文件
聖像破壞做為一種藝術手法: 電影裡的聖像破壞策略
從影像到影像檔—再回到影像: 數位化時代的藝術
多重作者
旅遊複製年代的城市
批判的反思
第二部分
戰爭裡的藝術
英雄的身體: 希特勒的藝術理論
教育大眾: 社會寫實主義的藝術
多元之外: 文化研究與其後共產主義的他者
私有化, 或後共產主義的人造天堂
歐洲與歐洲的他者
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Art Power, 藝術力

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