Censoring Art

[Epub] Censoring Art  By Róisín Kennedy – Johndore.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 208 pages
  • Censoring Art
  • Róisín Kennedy
  • English
  • 11 May 2017
  • 9781788313834

About the Author: Róisín Kennedy

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Censoring Art Art Is Continuously Subjected To Insidious Forms Of Censorship This May Be By The Church To Guard Against Moral Degeneration, By The State To Promote A Specific Political Agenda Or By The Art Market, To Elevate One Artist Above Another Now, And In The Last Century, Artwork That Touches On Ethnic, Religious, Sexual, National Or Institutional Sensitivities Is Liable To Be Destroyed Or Hidden Away, Ignored Or Side Lined Drawing From New Research Into Historical And Contemporary Case Studies, Censoring Art Silencing The Artwork Provides Diverse Ways Of Understanding The Purpose And Mechanisms Of Art Censorship Across Distinct Geopolitical And Cultural Contexts From Iran, Japan, And Uzbekistan To Britain, Ireland, Canada, Macedonia, Soviet Russia, And Cyprus Its Contributions Uncover The Impact Of This Silent Control Of The Production And Exhibition Of Art And Consider How Censorship Has Affected Art Practice And Public Perceptions Of Artworks.

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2 thoughts on “Censoring Art

  1. Ietrio says:

    Fascinating theme Sadly, the theme is brought down into pieces by some intellectual frauds that are much interesting into word crafting than understanding the subject at hand Empty metaphors, shallow grasp of the issues.