referencing /art

Further to my previous post referencing books re. the art of writing here follows a list of referencing material I used re. art, art-making, and artists.

As of Nov 2019. Following Harvard System as: 

Author Surname, Initial(s)., (Year). Title. [Edition, if any]. Place of Publication: Publisher.

  1. Beard, L., (ed.), (2019). Ben Nicholson. Writings and Ideas. London: Lund Humphries. 

  2. Beech, D., (ed.), (2009). Beauty. London: Whitechapel Gallery.

  3. Berger, J., (2008). Ways of Seeing. London: Penguin Books.

  4. Collings, M., (1999). This is Modern Art. London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson.

  5. Dewey, J., (2005). Art as Experience. New York: Perigee / Penguin Group USA.

  6. Elliott, B. and Wallace J-A., (1994) Women Artists and Writers. London: Routledge.

  7. Furth, G.M., (2002). The Secret World of Drawings. A Jungian Approach. Toronto: Inner City Books.

  8. Gaiman, N., (2018). Art Matters. London: Headline Publishing Group.

  9. George, A., (2017) The Curator’s Handbook. London: Thames & Hudson Ltd.

  10. Gombrich, E.H., (2018). The Story of Art. London: Phaidon Press Limited.

  11. Gormley, A., (2019). Antony Gormley. London: Royal Academy of Arts.

  12. Green, A., (2018). When Artists Curate. London: Reaktion Books Ltd.

  13. Guglielmino, G., (2009). How to look at Contemporary Art (… and like it). Turin: Umberto Allemandi & C.

  14. Hagman, G., (ed.), (2017). Art, Creativity, and Psychoanalysis. London: Routledge. 

  15. Harmon, K., (2009). The Map as Art. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.

  16. Harmon, K., (2018). You are Here. Personal Geographies. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.

  17. Harzinski, K., (2010). From Here to There. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.

  18. Hegarty, J., (2015). Hegarty on Creativity: There are no rules. London: Thames & Hudson Ltd.

  19. Hodge, S., (2018). Why your five year old could not have done that. London: Thames & Hudson Ltd.

  20. Hopkins, D., (2018). After Modern Art 1945 – 2017. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  21. Hughes, R., (2005). The Shock of the New. London: Thames & Hudson Ltd.

  22. Kirwan, J., (1999). Beauty. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

  23. Lyas, C., (2004). Aesthetics. London: Routledge.

  24. Marincola, P., (ed.), (2006). What Makes a Great Exhibition? Philadelphia: Philadelphia Exhibition Initiative.

  25. Marter, J., (2017). Women of Abstract Expressionism. New Haven: Yale University Press.

  26. Milner, M., (2010). On not being able to paint. Hove: Routledge.

  27. Munari, B., (2008). Design as Art. London: Penguin Books.

  28. Obrist, H.U., (2014). Ways of Curating. London: Penguin Books.

  29. O’Doherty, B., (1999). Inside the White Cube. Berkeley: University of California Press.

  30. Perry, G., (2016). Playing to the Gallery. London: Penguin Books.

  31. Potter, N., (2012). What is a designer : things, places, messages [4th Ed.] London: Hyphen Press.

  32. Rothko, C., (2015). Mark Rothko. From the Inside Out. New Haven: Yale University Press.

  33. Rothko, M., (2004). The Artist’s Reality. Philosophies of Art. New Haven: Yale University Press.

  34. Vann, P., (2004). Face to Face. British Self-Portraits in the 20th Century. Bristol: Sansom & Company.

  35. Wollheim, R., (2015). Art and its Objects [2nd Ed.]. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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