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The Social History of Art: Volume 1 of this comprehensive social history of art takes the reader from prehistoric naturalism, art and magic, through the art of the orient, ancient Greece and Rome to the high art of the European middle ages. Paperbackpages. Published December 31st by Routledge first published From Prehistoric Times to the Middle Ages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Social History of Artplease sign up.
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Lists with This Book. Jan 19, Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk rated it it was amazing Shelves: Marcel Duchamp said that all works of art die within about 50 years of their production I remember hearing a famous art historian talking about Della Francesca’s “Baptism of Christ” that fabulous piece of work now in the National Gallery that so few people understand. He said that within a few years of its production it was put away in a manierisko room with a cloth over it – it had ceased to fun Marcel Duchamp said that all works of art die within arnopd 50 years of their production He said that within a few years of its production it was put away in a back room with a cloth over it – it had ceased to function.
Hauser’s “Social History Series” is a magnificent wake-up call to all those art-pseuds out there who think that looking at art is some sort of masturbatory process where all you get out of it is what you put in.
Art isn’t some safe pet sitting there quietly waiting for you to stroke it and admire it – it is a beast. It is the visual equivalent of a book.
It holds ideas and worldviews! It is shouting at you. The trouble is that art is also the product of a particular time and place. To understand it we have to understand the mind of its creators – their language. It isn’t for the faint-hearted or the intellectually lazy – you have to learn the language! Hauser hquser us on that road of getting into the minds and worldviews of those dead societies Jan 18, Michael Belcher rated it it was amazing.
I likely learned more about the nuanced machinations of history from this volume than I have from any other one book.
And the helpful u Absolutely genius. An incredible masterpiece that shifts our normal vision of art and history. Dec 16, Ali rated it liked it Shelves: When the work appeared in English in the s, it stirred up great controversy because of its ideological orientation. Postmodernist art historians have rarely made references to Hauser’s fundamental study. Arnold Hauser was born in Temesvar, Hungarian.
In Paris his teacher was Henri Bergson who influenced him deeply. Ma detto anche l’ Hauser, in un gergo tra il familiare e il settario che, giovani intellettuali con la puzzetta sotto il naso, usavamo per riferirci a una delle nostre pietre miliari.
Ma si sa, erano tempi in cui la parola sociale pervadeva le nostre vite e le nostre coscienze Jan 20, Ray rated it it was amazing. I really enjoyed this book and just ordered the other three volumes. Its fascinating how art changes with the times and what forces in society effect those changes. It gave me a good understanding of the processes at work. Sep 05, Fernanda Solar rated it it was amazing. Oct 28, Henrique Lobo Weissmann rated it it was amazing.
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He studied history of art and literature at the universities of Budapest, Vienna, Berlin, and Paris. For a period he was a tea Arnold Hauser was born in Temesvar now Timisoara, Romaniato a family of assimilated Jews. For a period he was a teacher at a Budapest Gymnasium. Mannheim, who had at first rejected the idea that sociology could be useful in the understanding of thought, soon became convinced of its utility.
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Also Frigyes Antal applied the sociological method to art. After World War I Hauser spent with his bride two years in Italy doing research work on the history of classical and Italian art and zrnold his Ph.
His dissertation dealt with the problem of aesthetic systematization. In he moved to Berlin. By that time he had developed his view that the problems of art and literature are fundamentally sociological problems. Three years later, when his wife declared that she wanted to live closer to Hungary, the couple settled down in Vienna, where Hauser supported himself as a freelance writer and as publicity agent for of a film company.
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He also worked on an unfinished book, entitled Dramaturgie und Soziologie des Films. Later he said, that “For me this was manietismo period of collecting data and experiences which I used much later in the course of my writing my works on the sociology of art.
Shortly upon their arrival, his wife died of influenza.
Alone and without any regular income, Hauser then began to research for Social History of Art. It took ten years to finish the Marxist survey, his magnum opus of more than a thiusand pages, which appeared when he was Still following what is going on in the film world, Hauser also wrote a number of essays about films for Life and Letters Today and Sight and Sound. From he was a lecturer on the history of art at the University of Leeds, and in the late s a visiting professor at Brandeis University in the United States.
In he became a teacher at Hornsey College of Art in London. He worked again in the United States in and then returned to London. My life is devoted to scholarship, not politics. My task, I feel, is not political.
He died in Budapest on January 28,at the age of Hauser’s last book, Soziologie der KunstSociology of Artwhich he wrote racing against time and declining health, investigated the social and economic determinants of art.
In this pessimistic work he distanced himself from Marxism and historical determinism. Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin left, as a permanent testament, a feeling of fear and apprehension which cannot be mastered. He also saw the art establishment and art reviewers as servers of commercial interests.
As in his Social History of Art, Hauser’s approach was Euro-centered and did not pay much attention to non-Western art. Social History of Art was the result of thirty years of scholarly labour. It traced the production of art from Lascaux to the Film Age Other books in the series. Historia Social de la Literatura y el Arte – Debate 2 books.
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