3. “Utopias” edited by Richard Noble

Utopias Edited by Richard Noble
Just one of numerous books from the series, Documents of Contemporary Art, in which essays by theorists, artists, critics and philosophers make up a phenomenal collection of thought and analysis relating to contemporary art-making. Each book from the series highlights a particular topic, such as: Utopias. As Joseph Beuys states, “The most modern art discipline- social sculpture/social architecture- will only reach fruition when every living person becomes a creator, a sculptor, or architect of the social organism.” Included in Utopias are essays by Paul Chan, Joseph Beuys, Paul McCarthy, Theodor Adorno, Nicolas Bourriaud, Hal Foster, George Orwell and many more.


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