Art in a City Revisited
Edited by Bryan Biggs and Julie Sheldon
Bryan Biggs is Artistic Director of The Bluecoat. He is co-editor with John Belchem of 'Liverpool City of Radicals' (LUP, 2011); with Helen Tookey of 'Malcolm Lowry: from the Mersey to the World' (LUP, 2009), and with Julie Sheldon of 'Art in a City Revisited' (LUP, 2009).
Julie Sheldon is Professor of Art History at Liverpool John Moores University, where she is also Dean of the Graduate School. She has published widely on nineteenth and twentieth century art and her work includes: Modern Art: A Critical Introduction (2004), Making American Art (2008), Art in a City Revisited (2009), The Letters of Lady Eastlake (2009) and Art for the Nation (2011).
Introduction Bryan Biggs and Julie Sheldon Individuals and Institutions in Dialogue Lewis Biggs Liverpool, Art City? Sara Selwood Culture at the Heart of Regeneration? Pam Meecham Liverpool Glocal Sean Cubitt The Liverpool Artists’ Sessions Robert Knifton Of Place and of People Mary Jane Jacob Learning and Interpretation Julie Sheldon Dissenters of the Creative Cathy Butterworth Soundings Colin Fallows
It is the first book to culturally assess the city following Capital of Culture, examining among other things that oft repeated claim the Liverpool is “the most significant UK centre for art outside London.”
Size: 220 x 175 mm
Publication: February 1, 2009