The Theory of the Avant-Garde
Convinced that all aspects of modern culture have been affected by avant-garde art, Poggioli explores the relationship between the avant-garde and civilization. Historical parallels and modern examples from all the arts are used to show how the avant-garde is both symptom and cause of many major extra-aesthetic trends of our time, and that the contemporary avant-garde is the sole and authentic one.
Specifications of The Theory of the Avant-Garde
|Publisher||The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press|
|Number Of Pages||256|
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