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Grounds of Dispute

Art History, Cultural Politics and the Discursive Field

1992
Author:

John Tagg

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“This is an important book by a scholar of international stature. Tagg at once ‘practices’ art history, via his several essays on photography, while at the same time he critiques the disciplinary apparatus by which this can be done. Consistently brilliant, attractive, and compelling.” --Richard Leppert

“This is an important book by a scholar of international stature. Tagg at once ‘practices’ art history, via his several essays on photography, while at the same time he critiques the disciplinary apparatus by which this can be done. Consistently brilliant, attractive, and compelling.” --Richard Leppert

“This is an important book by a scholar of international stature. Tagg at once ‘practices’ art history, via his several essays on photography, while at the same time he critiques the disciplinary apparatus by which this can be done. Consistently brilliant, attractive, and compelling.” Richard Leppert, University of Minnesota

"This is an important book by a scholar of international stature. Tagg at once 'practices' art history, via his several essays on photography, while at the same time he critiques the disciplinary apparatus by which this can be done. Consistently brilliant, attractive, and compelling." Richard Leppert

Book Default Image

“This is an important book by a scholar of international stature. Tagg at once ‘practices’ art history, via his several essays on photography, while at the same time he critiques the disciplinary apparatus by which this can be done. Consistently brilliant, attractive, and compelling.” Richard Leppert, University of Minnesota

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