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Title The state and the arts : articulating power and subversion / edited by Judith Kapferer
Imprint New York : Berghahn Books, 2008
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 Euro-Am 3F Western Mat.  700.103 St2914 2008    AVAILABLE  -  30500101349143
Descript vii, 172 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction : The architectonics of state power : complicity and resistance / Judith Kapferer -- The end of arrogance, the advent of persuasion : public art in a multicultural society / Henri Beunders -- Contesting authenticity and the Promethean complex : the cultural politics of globalization / Terence Chong -- Hijacking cultural policies : art as a healthy virus within social strategies of resistance / Marina Fokidis -- Engaging with history by performing tradition : the poetic politics of indigenous Australian festivals / Rosita Henry -- Urban design and state power : city spaces and the public sphere / Judith Kapferer -- Self and the city : the politics of monuments / Karen Kipphoff -- The culture industries : symbolic economies and critical practices / Malcolm Miles -- The arts, the state, and the EU : cultural policy in the making of Europe / Monica Sassatelli -- Political art, cultural policy, and artistic agency / Jeremy Valentine -- The feeling for gray : aesthetics, politics, and shifting German regimes / Inger-Elin щео
"Judith Kapferer and her collaborators present an insightful volume that interrogates relations between the state and the arts in diverse national and cultural settings. The authors critique the taken-for-granted assumption about the place of the arts in liberal or social democratic states and the role of the arts in supporting or opposing the ideological work of government and non-government institutions. This innovative volume explores the challenges posed by the state to the arts and by the arts to the state, focusing on several transformations of the interrelations between state and commercial arts policies in the current era. While endeavouring to avoid the currently dominant pragmatic and didactic priorities of officialdom, the contributors tackle social and cultural policy and practice in the arts as well as connections between national states and dissenting art from a range of genres."--BOOK JACKET
Subject Art and state
Arts -- Political aspects
Alt Author Kapferer, Judith
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