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Edited by Jerry Saltz. In this 64 page paperback, the world's foremost artists, writers and critics name the books they've found most relevant to art today. Get A Copy. Paperback , 64 pages. More Details Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about An Ideal Syllabus , please sign up.

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An Ideal Syllabus

If everybody thinks differently how come much of what is assigned to students at every level is the same? Large doses of Derrida, Baudrillard and Lacan. If art is pluralistic and composing from all over, why are ideas presented as unified and monolithic? So I asked. For now, we think these hold up pretty well — see who thinks you need to be reading Raymond Carver and who would be lost without Emily Dickinson. Matthew Barney, artist. Cindy Sherman, artist.


Ideal Syllabus by Jerry Saltz

Sensible advice to be sure, but also essentially peripheral to making good art as one guest in a episode of Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr. Just seven! Exactly twenty years before the Frieze New York, for the occasion of the Frieze London, he edited a short volume of bibliographical recommendations. In this small paperback of only sixty-one pages, titled An Ideal Syllabus: artists, critics, and curators choose the books we need to read , Saltz compiled a list of readings and films recommended by art-world players for the benefit of young artists. An Ideal Syllabus is a fascinating document.


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