Drawing Us in: How We Experience Visual Art
Deborah Chasman, Edna Chiang
Beacon Press, 2000 - Literary Collections - 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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As straightforward as its subtitle, this volume collects 15 brief essays describing the myriad ways human beings appreciate art. Don't let this thin volume deceive, however, for it is very high on ... Read full review
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