Guide to the Arts: CV Journal of Art and Crafts: v. 1-5: 1982-92 (CV/Visual Arts Research)
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Guide to the Arts: CV Journal of Art and Crafts

v. 1-5: 1982-92 (CV/Visual Arts Research)

By N. P. James (Edited by)

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Format: DVD, 408 pages
Other Information: (incl. VAT) DVD
Published In: United Kingdom, 01 September 2005
The survey began in April 1988 as interviews with jewellers, fashion designers and furniture restorers, based at Old Loom House in Whitechapel, launching a quarterly review "Cv Journal of Art and Crafts". "Cv Journal" was published to 1992 and the collection of interviews, features and reviews provided the foundation of the Cv/Visual Arts Research archive and subsequent publications. "Cv/VAR" addresses the fields of academic research, galleries and museums worldwide, and a growing non-specialist readership. The programme is categorized as Interviews with the Artists; Curators and Collections; Crafts Directory; Small Histories; Guide to the Arts; Art, Criticism and Display and an open area for current developments. Titles are published in conventional book format and made in-house by digital process as print on demand, as well as CD-ROMs in Cv Publications' software catalogue. "Guide to the Arts" CD-ROM contains a facsimile of twelve issues of Cv Journal of the Arts published between 1988 and 1992. Over four hundred pages include interviews, features, showcases and reviews of the spectrum of activity in fine and applied art of the period.

Table of Contents

12 Quarterly issues from Cv Vol 1/1 November 1988 up to Cv Volume 5 published in September 1992.Organised as microsoft Word files and folder of jpeg image files scanned from pages of each issue.

Reviews

"This review admirably completes our contemporary area" Agnes De Bretagne, Documentaliste, Musee de l'Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris "Cv gives British artists of all practices a tangible and individual voice" Liza Gough Daniels

EAN: 9781904727651
ISBN: 1904727654
Publisher: CV Publications
Dimensions: 12.5 x 12.5 centimeters
Age Range: 15+ years
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