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The Art Museum in America

Arts


by
Walter Pach

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Format: EPUB

Page count: 316 pages

File size: 4.2 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Walter Pach was an artist, critic, lecturer, art adviser, and art historian who wrote extensively about modern art and championed the cause of modern art. Through his numerous books, articles, and translations of European art texts Pach brought the emerging modernist viewpoint to the American public. Pach’s fluency in French, German, and Spanish allowed him to understand and interpret new avant-garde ideas developing in Europe and to translate them for an English-speaking audience. ‘The Art Museum in America” calls into question the relevance, responsibility, and future direction of the American art museum. This book contains original images which may contain imperfections or be slightly blurry/pixelated.

Walter Pach was an artist, critic, lecturer, art adviser, and art historian who wrote extensively about modern art and championed the cause of modern art. Through his numerous books, articles, and translations of European art texts Pach brought the emerging modernist viewpoint to the American public. Pach’s fluency in French, German, and Spanish allowed him to understand and interpret new avant-garde ideas developing in Europe and to translate them for an English-speaking… (more)

Walter Pach was an artist, critic, lecturer, art adviser, and art historian who wrote extensively about modern art and championed the cause of modern art. Through his numerous books, articles, and translations of European art texts Pach brought the emerging modernist viewpoint to the American public. Pach’s fluency in French, German, and Spanish allowed him to understand and interpret new avant-garde ideas developing in Europe and to translate them for an English-speaking audience. ‘The Art Museum in America” calls into question the relevance, responsibility, and future direction of the American art museum. This book contains original images which may contain imperfections or be slightly blurry/pixelated.

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