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by Caroline A. Jones

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0226409538
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Caroline A. Jones
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University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (April 15, 2008)
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Greenberg's modernist discourse, Jones argues, developed in relation to the rationalized procedures that gained wide currency in the United States at midcentury, in fields ranging from the sense-data protocols theorized by scientific philosophy to the development of cultural forms, such.

Greenberg's modernist discourse, Jones argues, developed in relation to the rationalized procedures that gained wide currency in the United States at midcentury, in fields ranging from the sense-data protocols theorized by scientific philosophy to the development of cultural forms, such as hi-fi, that targeted specific senses, one by on.

Greenberg’s modernist discourse, Jones argues, developed in relation to the rationalized procedures that gained wide currency in the United States at midcentury, in fields ranging from the sense-data protocols theorized by scientific philosophy to the development of cultural forms, such.

Greenberg’s modernist discourse, Jones argues, developed in relation to the rationalized procedures that gained wide currency in the United States at midcentury, in fields ranging from the sense-data protocols theorized by scientific philosophy to the development of cultural forms, such as hi-fi, that targeted specific senses, one by one. Greenberg’s attempt to isolate and celebrate the visual was one manifestation of a large-scale segmentation-or the body’s senses.

Jones authored Eyesight Alone: Clement Greenberg's Modernism and the Bureaucratization of the Senses (2006), which demonstrates how theories of modernism in the work of controversial art critic Clement Greenberg were connected to his desire to prioritize, and therefore isolate, th. .

Jones authored Eyesight Alone: Clement Greenberg's Modernism and the Bureaucratization of the Senses (2006), which demonstrates how theories of modernism in the work of controversial art critic Clement Greenberg were connected to his desire to prioritize, and therefore isolate, the sense of sight. Jones's book connects Greenberg's influential opinions in the category of art to positivist scientific. philosophy and a culture of "bureaucratization of the senses.

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Becoming Greenberg Formalism Abstraction Sweating out Cubism Customs inspector (Greenberg's Pollock, pt. 1) Eyes in the heat (Greenberg's Pollock, pt. 2) Tyranny of the eye Postmodernism's Greenberg The modernist sensorium. Personal Name: Greenberg, Clement, 1909-1994. Download book Eyesight alone : Clement Greenberg's modernism and the bureaucratization of the senses, Caroline A. Jones.

Her books include Eyesight Alone: Clement Greenberg's Modernism and the Bureaucratization of the Senses (2005), Machine in the Studio: Constructing the Postwar American Artist (1996/98, winner of the Charles Eldredge Prize from the Smithsonian Institution); Bay Area.

Her books include Eyesight Alone: Clement Greenberg's Modernism and the Bureaucratization of the Senses (2005), Machine in the Studio: Constructing the Postwar American Artist (1996/98, winner of the Charles Eldredge Prize from the Smithsonian Institution); Bay Area Figurative Art, 1950-1965 (1990, awarded the silver medal from San Francisco's Commonwealth Club); and Modern Art. at Harvard (1985)

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One of the most influential and provocative art critics of the twentieth century, Clement Greenberg propelled Abstract Expressionist painting—in particular the monumental work of Jackson Pollock—to a leading position in an international postwar art world. Here, Caroline Jones’s magisterial study widens Greenberg’s fundamental tenet of opticality—the idea that modernist art is apprehended through “eyesight alone”—to a broader arena, examining how the critic’s emphasis on the specular resonated with a society increasingly invested in positivist approaches to the world.      Jones argues that Greenberg’s modernist discourse developed in relation to the rationalized procedures that gained wide currency in the United States at midcentury, in fields ranging from the sense-data protocols theorized by scientific philosophy to the development of cultural forms, such as hi-fi, that targeted specific senses, one by one. Greenberg’s attempt to isolate and celebrate the visual was one manifestation of a large-scale segmentation or bureaucratization of the body's senses.      Eyesight Alone offers artists, art historians, and twentieth-century art lovers a critical history of this essential thinker that brings his work into dialogue with contemporary critical discourse, illuminating the contested history of modernism itself.