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Armitage, John; Garnett, Joy (2009)
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: P300, W100, W200
In this short article, our aim is to consider contemporary American visual culture through a contribution to the question concerning Barack Obama. However, our article is not a work of academic philosophy, art theory, or even a description of the theoretical humanities. Rather, it is a postmodern meditation on the condition of American appropriation art.
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    • Drucker, J. (2008) 'Making Space: Image-Events in an Extreme State', Cultural Politics 4(1): 25-45.
    • Garnett, J. and Meiselas, S. (2007) 'On the Rights of Molotov Man: Appropriation and the Art of Context', Harper's, February: 53-8.
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