4 edition of Uses of the vernacular in contemporary Nova Scotian art found in the catalog.
Uses of the vernacular in contemporary Nova Scotian art
Eyland"s text is available at: http://www.umanitoba.ca/schools/art/content/galleryoneoneone/vern.html
|Statement||[text: Cliff Eyland and Susan Gibson Garvey].|
|Contributions||Eyland, Cliff., Gibson-Garvey, Susan., Dalhousie Art Gallery.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Halifax and New York: The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, New York University Press,  Ibid.,  “In all cases, the renovation mainly consisted in an ‘act of claiming’ to preserve the spaces, the buildings in their pure form.” (Stockebrand, Marianne Architektur Munster: Westfalischer Kunstverein. vernacular art: 1 n a genre of art and outdoor constructions made by untrained artists who do not recognize themselves as artists Synonyms: naive art, outsider art, primitive art, self-taught art Type of: genre a class of art (or artistic endeavor) having a characteristic form or technique.
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Selected works by past and present Nova Scotia folk artists, such as Maud Lewis and Joe Sleep, were also included, and the accompanying exhibition catalogue contained a lively dialogue and scholarly essays examining this juxtaposition of"vernacular" and"sophisticated" art.
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One can choose a Nova Scotian art to suit one's taste. (Footnote 1) This exhibition is about Nova Scotian contemporary art that uses motifs and methods of the vernacular. Uses of the Vernacular in Contemporary Nova Scotian Art catalogue essay by Cliff Eyland and Susan Gibson-Garvey Gerald Ferguson, Constructions: catalogue essay by Susan Gibson-Garvey.
1, Grapes, catalogue essay by Ingrid Jenkner. The Vernacular Art Archive contains prime examples of Folk and Vernacular Art that have been sold by the Ricco Maresca Gallery.
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Contemporary Vernacular This thesis examines elements of vernacular architecture as a means to influence and generate contemporary form. As society moves towards an unprecedented state of interconnectivity, heterogeneity and the globalization of politics, culture and economy, this thesis reinvestigates the discussion concerning the native.
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