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245 00 Time in the history of art :|btemporality, chronology, and
       anachrony /|cedited by Dan Karlholm and Keith Moxey 
264  1 New York, NY :|bRoutledge,|c2018 
300    ix, 253 pages :|billustrations ;|c26 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Studies in Art Historiography 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 00 |gIntroduction:|ttelling art's time /|rDan Karlholm and 
       Keith Moxey --|gPart I. Historical time.|g1.|tIs history 
       to be closed, saved, or restarted? considering efficient 
       art history /|rDan Karlholm --|g2.|tWhat time is it in the
       history of art? /|rKeith Moxey --|gPart II. Post-colonial 
       time.|g3.|tTime processes in the history of the Asian 
       modern /|rJohn Clark --|g4.|tColonial modern: a clash of 
       colonial and indigenous chronologies: the case of India /
       |rPartha Mitter --|g5.|tArtists, amateurs, and the pleated
       time of Ottoman modernity /|rMary Roberts --|g6.|tThe time
       of translation: Victor Burgin and Sedad Eldem in virtual 
       conversation /|rEsra Akcan --|gPart III. Artist's time.
       |g7.|tArresting what would otherwise slip away: the 
       waiting images of Jacob Vrel /|rHanneke Grootenboer --|g8.
       |tTwisted time: Fernando Bryce's art of history /|rMiguel 
       Ángel Hernández Navarro --|gPart IV. Narrative time.|g9.
       |tHeterochronies: the gospel according to Caravaggio /
       |rGiovanni Careri --|gPart V. Ontological time.|g10.|tThe 
       phenomenal sublime: time, matter, image in Mesopotamian 
       antiquity /|rZainab Bahrani --|g11.|tResisting time: on 
       how temporality shaped medieval choice of materials /
       |rAvinoam Shalem --|g12.|tSarah Sze's The Last Garden and 
       the temporality of wonder /|rChristine Ross --|gPart VI. 
       Photographic time.|g13.|tShowtime and exposure time: the 
       contradictions of social photography and the critical role
       of sensitive plates for rethinking the temporality of 
       artworks /|rEmmanuel Alloa --|g14.|t"Objects moving are 
       not impressed": reading into the blur /|rAmelia Groom 
520 8  Addressed to students of the image--both art historians 
       and students of visual studies--this book investigates the
       history and nature of time in a variety of different 
       environments and media as well as the temporal potential 
       of objects. Essays will analyze such topics as the 
       disparities of power that privilege certain forms of 
       temporality above others, the nature of temporal duration 
       in different cultures, the time of materials, the creation
       of pictorial narrative, and the recognition of anachrony 
       as a form of historical interpretation 
650  0 Art|xHistoriography 
650  0 Time and art 
650  0 Time in art 
700 1  Karlholm, Dan,|eeditor 
700 1  Moxey, Keith P. F.,|d1943-|eeditor 
830  0 Studies in art historiography 
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