Drawing us in: how we experience visual art
Deborah Chasman, Edna Chiang
Beacon Press, May 1, 2000 - Art - 138 pages
A collection of essays which offers a delightful range of views on the role of art in our psychic, social, and political lives. Contributors include Dorothy Allison, Alfred Kazin, Mary Gordon, Dave Hickey and more.
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