Robert Smithson: The Collected Writings

Robert Smithson: The Collected Writings

Robert Smithson / Jan 21, 2020

Robert Smithson The Collected Writings Since the publication of The Writings of Robert Smithson Robert Smithson s significance as a spokesman for a generation of artists has been widely acknowledged and the importance of his thinking

  • Title: Robert Smithson: The Collected Writings
  • Author: Robert Smithson
  • ISBN: 9780520203853
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
  • Since the 1979 publication of The Writings of Robert Smithson, Robert Smithson s significance as a spokesman for a generation of artists has been widely acknowledged and the importance of his thinking to contemporary artists and art critics continues to grow In addition to a new introduction by Jack Flam, The Collected Writings includes previously unpublished essays by SmSince the 1979 publication of The Writings of Robert Smithson, Robert Smithson s significance as a spokesman for a generation of artists has been widely acknowledged and the importance of his thinking to contemporary artists and art critics continues to grow In addition to a new introduction by Jack Flam, The Collected Writings includes previously unpublished essays by Smithson and gathers hard to find articles, interviews, and photographs Together these provide a full picture of his wide ranging views on art and culture.

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    1. Absolute incredible wisdom for the ages, artists, architectsFrom robertsmithson:Some Void Thoughts On Museums by Robert Smithson (1967)Tomb furniture achieved apparently contradictory ends in discarding old things all the while retaining them, much as in our storage warehouses, and museum deposits, and antiquarian storerooms. - George Kubler,The Shape of Time: Remarks on the History of ThingsHistory is a facsimile of events held together by flimsy biographical information. Art history is less ex [...]


    2. The only Smithson book you need. Extremely strong writing that jumps off the rails in the very best way, into uncharted, tripped out heaving briny waters of time and space. These essays are artworks- The Domain of the Great Bear, The Monuments of Passaic New Jersey even the Jack Flam intro is illuminating and great.



    3. Like a lot of visual artists, Smithson probably should have stuck to making art instead of trying to write about it.




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