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Capital Culture: A Reader on Modernist Legacies, State Institutions, and the Value(s) of Art

ISBN-13: 978-0773517257
ISBN-10: 0773517251
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"Capital Culture is a very stimulating and valuable collection of essays that raises issues central to current debates affecting art and cultural politics in the modern world. The essays bring important new insights and perspectives on cultural policy, national identity, and the economics of art in general. It is particularly exciting to see a book dedicated to examining theoretical, institutional, and artistic practices in Canada - a focus which also foregrounds the important contributions of Canadian artists, scholars, and museum and gallery curators to the larger international debates affecting modernist and postmodernist studies." Maureen Ryan, Art History, University of British Columbia

About the Author

Jody Berland is Professor in the Department of Humanities at York University, Toronto, and editor of TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies.

Shelley Hornstein is Associate Professor of Art and Architectural History at York University.
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