Table of contents for Art in the age of mass media / John A. Walker.


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1.    CORE TERMS/CONCEPTS
The Fine Arts
The Mass Media and Mass Culture
2.   ART USES MASS CULTURE
Courbet, Van Gogh and Popular Imagery
Pop Art Translates Mass Culture
American Pop
Formalism in Pop Art
The Politics of Pop
Transubstantiation
Indirect Influences of the Mass Media
3.   THE MASS MEDIA USE ART
Art as Subject-matter
Image of the Artist in Advertisements
Art as a Source of Styles and Formal Innovations
Art as Subject-matter in the Cinema
Artists as a Pool of Skilled Labour
4.    MECHANICAL REPRODUCTION AND THE FINE ARTS
5.    HIGH CULTURE: AFFIRMATIVE OR NEGATIVE?
6.    CULTURAL PLURALISM AND POST-MODERNISM
Reporting the Zeitgeist
The Politics of Pluralism
7.    ALTERNATIVES
John Heartfield and Photo-montage
Community Art/Murals
Political Art in the Galleries
8.   ART AND MASS MEDIA IN THE 1980s
Cross-overs and Mass Avant-gardism
Simulacra



Art, Advertising and Billboards
Appropriationists
Plagiarists
Koons, the Master of Kitsch and Business Art
9.   ARTISTS AND NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES
Photography
Photocopiers
Video
Computers
10. ART AND MASS MEDIA 1990-2000
War, the Media and Art
Art and Surveillance
Art and Advertising
Art and Cinema
The Artist as Media Celebrity: Damien Hirst
Simulation
Digital Art
The Internet and Website Design
Museums
Melrose Place
11.   CONCLUSION
Notes and References
Bibliography
Index