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Title The persistence of taste : art, museums, and everyday life after Bourdieu / edited by Malcolm Quinn, David Beech, Michael Lehnert, Carol Tulloch, and Stephen Wilson
Edition 1 [edition]
Published New York : Routledge, 2018
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Description 1 online resource
Series Culture, economy, and the social
Culture, economy and the social.
Contents Cover; Half title; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; List of figures; List of tables; Notes on contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction: taste, hierarchy and social value after Bourdieu; Part I: Taste and art; 1 Historical drag: Bourdieu, taste and the bourgeois revolution; 2 Transgressions in taste: libraries ornamental, gastronomical, and bibliomaniacal; 3 Dialectics of taste and non-taste: archive as afterlife and life of art; 4 The anti-spectator; 5 The configurational encounter and the problematic of beholding; Part II: Taste making and the museum
14 Taste, snobbery and distinction on the periphery of European bourgeois hierarchies15 Grotesque and cruel imagery in Japanese gender expression -- Nobuyoshi Araki, Makoto Aida and Fuyuko Matsui; Part IV: Taste, the home and everyday life; 16 The glamorous 'diasporic intimacy' of habitus: 'taste', migration and the practice of settlement; 17 Mundane tastes: ubiquitous objects and the historical sensorium; 18 ""Inside-out"" taste-making: the appearance of change in everyday style; 19 Taste-cultures in the black British home; 20 The sensorial wall
21 Taste, gender and the home: before and after BourdieuCoda: the tastemaker and the algorithm; Index
6 Musealisierung: leadership, tastemaking, and cultural diplomacy7 The (un)narrated, the (un)curated; 8 Tasting Rembrandt: examining taste at the point-of-experience; 9 'J'adore!': aesthetics in Bourdieu's account of tastes; 10 For the love (or not) of art in Australia; 11 Confessions of a recalcitrant curator: or how to reprogramme the global museum; Part III: Taste after Bourdieu in Japan: a case study; 12 Beside Bourdieu: Japan, contemporary art, weeds and a fox; 13 Nude art, censorship and modernity in Japan: from the 'Knickers Incident' of 1901 to now
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed May 18, 2018)
Subject Bourdieu, Pierre, 1930-2002.
Aesthetics -- Social aspects.
Art and society.
Form Electronic book
Author Beech, Dave, editor
Lehnert, Michael, editor
Quinn, Malcolm, 1963- editor
Tulloch, Carol, editor
ISBN 1315617293 (electronic bk.)
9781315617299 (electronic bk.)