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British print(making) in the expanded field

British print(making) in the expanded field

Davis, Kate, 1977-; Hopkins, Louise, 1965-; Best, Suky; Robinson, Annette; Staton, Sarah, 1961-; Bellingham, David, 1966-; Krauss, Rosalind E

Submitted in part-fulfilment of the degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts at Glasgow School of Art

Manuscript. English.
Published Glasgow: Glasgow School of Art, 1999

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Statement of responsibility: Kate Davis
Note: Includes bibliography (pp.56-60)
Note: Awarded Distinction.
Note: Synopsis: "Rosalind Krauss's concept 'Sculpture in the Expanded Field' is a seminal tool for positioning sculpture within the context of contemporary visual arts. Could it be adapted with similar value, to reflect print production in Britain over the last decade?"
Dissertation note: Bachelor of Fine Art Glasgow School of Art 2000
Physical Description: vii, 60 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Subject: British printmaking : twentieth century