Art's Prospect: The Challenge of Tradition in an Age of Celebrity
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Date: June 2005
Duration: 7 hours 37 minutes
In this series of essays written over the past twenty years, Roger Kimball, managing editor of the New Criterion and an art critic for the London Spectator, illuminates some of the chief spiritual itineraries of modern art. His wide range of subjects includes Vincent van Gogh, Clement Greenberg, the Barnes Foundation, Matthew Barney, Mark Rothko, and the Whitney Biennial, as well as the way in which Gilbert and George demonstrate the psychopathology of current cultural influences.
"A scathing critic but one whose tirades are usually justified...his intellectual rigor is refreshing."-New York Times Book Review