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  • Genre:ART
  • SubGenre:Criticism & Theory
  • Language:English
  • Pages:180
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781737550709

Pterodactyl Cries

Art, Abstraction, and Apocalypse

by Erik Reel View author's profile page

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Overview

Provocative, highly readable, and timely, with new insights and a far ranging discourse on abstraction in art. ReeL's insights will spur discussion and thought no matter what kind of connection you have to art.

Description

Provocative, highly readable, and timely, with new insights and a far ranging discourse on abstraction in art and its relationships to referentiality, internality, history, oppression, and apocalyptic tendencies throughout our culture. Includes a critique of materialism on several distinct registers and its links to sexism, racism, and systemic injustice. 

About the author
Erik ReeL is a Seattle-born visual artist and writer known for revitalizing improvisational objectless painting and the Portland Renaissance.
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