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With contributions by Emily Apter, George Baker, Malcolm Baker, John Brewer, Martha Buskirk, Margaret Iversen, Ewa Lajer-Burcharth, Karen Lang, Mark A. Meadow, Helen Molesworth, Marcia Pointon, Christian Scheidemann, Edward J. Sullivan, and Martha Ward     
      This latest volume in the critically acclaimed Clark Studies in the Visual Arts series examines the force of art
Paperback, 232 pages
Published February 13th 2006 by Clark Art Institute (first published January 1st 2005)
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Professor Melville's areas of expertise are contemporary art, theory and historiography. He has published widely on contemporary art as well as on issues in contemporary theory and historiography. Most recently, he served as resident faculty at the Getty Summer Institute in Visual and Cultural Studies (University of Rochester, 1999), and has given invited letures at Cornell University (Ruth Woolse ...more
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