Download or read The Art of Forgetting PDF, written by Joanne Hall and published by Grimbold Books, Kristell Ink. This book was released on 2013-06-30 with total page 331 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: 'The Art of Forgetting is compelling and beautifully written . . . It's not a book I'll be forgetting any time soon!' Emma Pass, author of Author of 'ACID', Random House 'A roistering romp, with darker undercurrents... Intriguing characters in a setting both familiar and different' Francis Knight, author of 'Fade to Black', Orbit publishing '...another excellent addition to Joanne Hall's rapidly growing collection of published works.' Robert Harkess, author of 'Aphrodite's Dawn', Salt Publishing. 'With characters real enough to touch and a storyline that tugs on the heartstrings . . . a tale that will linger long after the pages close.' Fantasy Faction A young boy leaves his village to become a cavalryman with the famous King's Third regiment; in doing so he discovers both his past and his destiny. Gifted and cursed with a unique memory, the foundling son of a notorious traitor, Rhodri joins an elite cavalry unit stationed in the harbour town of Northpoint. His training reveals his talents and brings him friendship, love and loss, and sexual awakening; struggling with his memories of his father who once ruled there, he begins to discover a sense of belonging. That is, until a face from the past reveals a secret that will change not only Rhodri's life but the fate of a nation. Then, on his first campaign, he is forced to face the extremes of war and his own nature. This, the first part of The Art of Forgetting, is a gripping story about belonging and identity, set in a superbly imagined and complex world that is both harsh and beautiful. Part Two, Nomad, coming soon...
Download or read Forgetting the Art World PDF, written by Pamela M. Lee and published by MIT Press. This book was released on 2012-10-12 with total page 245 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The work of art's mattering and materialization in a globalized world, with close readings of works by Takahashi Murakami, Andreas Gursky, Thomas Hirschhorn, and others. It may be time to forget the art world—or at least to recognize that a certain historical notion of the art world is in eclipse. Today, the art world spins on its axis so quickly that its maps can no longer be read; its borders blur. In Forgetting the Art World, Pamela Lee connects the current state of this world to globalization and its attendant controversies. Contemporary art has responded to globalization with images of movement and migration, borders and multitudes, but Lee looks beyond iconography to view globalization as a world process. Rather than think about the “global art world” as a socioeconomic phenomenon, or in terms of the imagery it stages and sponsors, Lee considers “the work of art's world” as a medium through which globalization takes place. She argues that the work of art is itself both object and agent of globalization. Lee explores the ways that art actualizes, iterates, or enables the processes of globalization, offering close readings of works by artists who have come to prominence in the last two decades. She examines the “just in time” managerial ethos of Takahashi Murakami; the production of ethereal spaces in Andreas Gursky's images of contemporary markets and manufacture; the logic of immanent cause dramatized in Thomas Hirschhorn's mixed-media displays; and the “pseudo-collectivism” in the contemporary practice of the Atlas Group, the Raqs Media Collective, and others. To speak of “the work of art's world,” Lee says, is to point to both the work of art's mattering and its materialization, to understand the activity performed by the object as utterly continuous with the world it at once inhabits and creates.
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Download or read The Foundations of Living Faiths PDF, written by Haridas Bhattacharyya and published by Motilal Banarsidass Publ.. This book was released on 1994 with total page 557 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book was originally delivered as the Stephanos Nirmalendu Ghosh lectures in 1933-34 and later published by the University of Calcutta. This work by Prof. Haridas Bhattacharyya may be considered a landmark in the study of Comparative Religion. The author has created a brilliantly authoritative and comprehensive work on five major religions, viz., Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Zoroastrianism. The scholar has also attempted a calm and critical examination of five principal living faiths, including the faith he personally professes. His criticisms have proceeded from a genuine conviction that all living religions possess value-based tenets of which their adherents may be legitimately proud of. However, none of them is perfect and thus beyond criticism. All sincere faiths are capable of development in diverse degrees and directions. The author guides the reader through the fascinating account of God with confidence and clarity of presentation.
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