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British art in the nuclear age / edited by Catherine Jolivette.
Burlington : Ashgate, 2014.
Physical Description:
xv, 275 pages : illustrations 25 cm.
Reference Library
N72.S6 B75 2014 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
'A kind of cold war feeling' 1945-1952 / Carol Jacobi -- Geometries of Hope and Fear: the iconography of atomic science and nuclear anxiety in the modern sculpture of World-War and Cold-War Britain / Robert Burstow -- 'An Imagined Cataclysm Becomes Fact': British Photojournalism and Real and Imagined Nuclear War in Picture Post / Christoph Laucht -- Representations of Atomic Power at the Festival of Britain / Catherine Jolivette -- The Genius Loci of Cold War Britain: the Metamorphic Landscapes of Graham Sutherland, Peter Lanyon and Alan Reynolds / Fiona Gaskin -- Cold War At Home: John Bratby, The Self and The Nuclear Threat / Gregory Salter -- Covert Resistance: Prunella Clough's Cold War 'Urbscapes' / Catherine Spencer -- The Aesthetics of Scientific Authority in a Nuclear Age: Jacob Bronowski and Feliks Topolski / Katherine Aspinall.
Subject Terms:
Art and popular culture -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.
Art and technology -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.
Art, British -- 20th century -- Themes, motives.
Cold War -- Social aspects -- Great Britain.
Technology -- Social aspects -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.
Jolivette, Catherine, 1972- editor.
Jacobi, Carol, author. Kind of cold war feeling.