2 edition of Contemporary collecting found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Judith Neisser collection, minimal and postminimal innovation|
|Statement||James Rondeau ; with an essay by Anne Rorimer|
|Contributions||Rorimer, Anne, Art Institute of Chicago|
|LC Classifications||N530 .A55 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||2010918539|
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In Contemporary Collecting: Objects, Practices, and the Fate of Things, Kevin M. Moist and David Banash have assembled several essays that examine collecting practices on both a personal and professional level.
These essays situate collectors and collections in a contemporary context and also show how our changing world finds new meaning in the legacy of older : $ Whether you're an art fan, aficionado, or collector, this completely unique book should be on your required reading list.
Like a textbook for a class given by all of the world’s leading experts, Collecting Contemporary is the one and only book to teach you everything you ever wanted to know about the contemporary art market/5(32).
Contemporary Collecting book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. While the importance of collections has been evident in the scienc /5. In a format which is approachable, attractive - and above all actionable, this handbook is packed with stimulating thinking and international case studies from some of the leading practitioners and thinkers in the field.
This overview of contemporary collecting Contemporary collecting book a social historical context is well overdue/5. Background About This Website About the Webmaster Original Credits.
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Published inNo Country For Old Men later became an Oscar nominated film, which upped its popularity among collectors. Signed first editions of the book have sold Contemporary collecting book up to $1, on.
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In Aprila first edition copy sold at auction for a whopping $, Contemporary custom dictates that a book in its original binding is superior to most re-bindings that were accomplished after the fact.
The major exception to this rule is when the book has been re-bound by a noted bookbinder with historical significance in which case it is sometimes the binding rather than the book that has collectible status.
In a format which is approachable, attractive - and above all actionable, this new book is packed with stimulating thinking and international case studies from some of the leading practitioners and thinkers in the field.
Many museums collect contemporary objects, stories, images and sounds. The aim of this book is to give an insider's view of the contemporary art market, through interviews of major players (collectors, auctioneers, curators, art critics, museum directors)who, often in a candid way, deliver their own opinion on this peculiar market to the author who is himself a collector/5(32).
Regardless of the motivation, however, any book collection worth its salt must be united by an easily identifiable central theme. A.W. Pollard wrote of book collecting in his famous essay in the 11 th edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica (): “In the modern private collection, the need for a central idea must be fully recognized.
Contemporary book collecting. Although the late-Victorian passion for modern first editions still flourishes today, many of the prizes fetishized by Dibdin—incunabula, lavish Grolier bindings, Caxton editions—have become so rare and expensive as to be almost unobtainable. New genres and subjects, such as children’s books and the history of science and medicine, have arisen in their turn and grown.
Collecting Pulitzer Prizes or National Book Award winners, or Granta 20 authors, or Modern Library Top books or, outside of the realm of modern literature, Printing and the Mind of Man titles can be a slavish adherence to the received wisdom of others.
But lists are guides, and most collectors I. Our guide to book collecting covers many of the basic elements of book collecting, from what to collect to caring for your book collection.
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We specialize in making it easier for you to get the books you need. With so many interesting contemporary collecting projects taking place it was a good opportunity to reflect on some of these, and examine the history of contemporary collecting.
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out of 5 stars Modern Book Collecting. Reviewed in the United States on October 2, From Publisher's Weekly - Publishers Weekly: Wilson's guide combines discussions of the basics of book collecting with helpful appendices. Read more.
2 people found this helpful. Helpful/5(8). At first Wilson's book was hard to slog through, the first half of the book, largely about how to acquire hard of find books, was a chore to get through.
While reading it I found myself comparing Modern Book Collecting unfavorably to Books and Collectors by Maurice Dunbar. Du/5. The general consensus is that "Modern Firsts" include books that were published from to current times, although some people include books printed from onward, while others start their bar at and up to current times.
Part of the reason for the upsurge of popularity of collecting this genre is its accessibility and the density of pop culture through modern media. This book deals succinctly and thoughtfully with the problems of collecting contemporary objects in museums.
It aims to provide a working model for the future of contemporary collecting based on relevant debates and theories, and on past and current practices, and proposes answers to some of the many challenging questions raised.Scot Kamins has been an avid Modern Library collector since He is the Webmaster of Collecting the Modern Library atand is the founder of the popular newsgroup.
In real life Scot is a contract technical writer living and working in plush but not overly ostentatious surroundings in Portland, Oregon.Book collecting, acquisition of books, not only as texts but also as objects desirable for such qualities as their age, scarcity, historical significance, value, beauty, and evidence of association with some important person.
Exercising knowledge, taste, and critical judgment, the book collector forms a special kind of library, intended not only for reference, current reading, or entertainment but also for .