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Tables of Contents for Pollock and After
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Acknowledgements
ix
 
Preface
xi
 
Looking Forward, Looking Back: 1985--1999
1
28
Francis Frascina
PART ONE The critical debate and its origins
Introduction (1985)
29
19
Avant-Garde and Kitsch
48
12
Clement Greenberg
Towards a Newer Laocoon
60
11
Clement Greenberg
Clement Greenberg's Theory of Art
71
16
T. J. Clark
How Modernism Works: A Response to T. J. Clark
87
15
Michael Fried
Arguments About Modernism: A Reply to Michael Fried
102
28
T. J. Clark
PART TWO History: representation and misrepresentation-the case of abstract expressionism: Revisionism in the 1970s and early 1980s
Introduction (1985)
113
17
American Painting During the Cold War
130
17
Max Kozloff
Abstract Expressionism, Weapon of the Cold War
147
8
Eva Cockcroft
Art and Politics in Cold War America
155
26
Jane de Hart Mathews
Abstract Expressionism: The Politics of Apolitical Painting
181
16
David
Cecile Shapiro
The New Adventures of the Avant-Garde in America
197
14
Serge Guilbaut
Avant-Gardes and Partisans Reviewed
211
23
Fred Orton
Griselda Pollock
PART THREE Revisionism revisited
Introduction (1999)
229
5
Abstract Expressionism, Automatism and the Age of Automation
234
27
David Craven
Action, Revolution and Painting
261
27
Fred Orton
The Market for Abstract Expressionism: The Time Lag Between Critical and Commercial Acceptance
288
6
A. Deirdre Robson
Revisiting the Revisionists: The Modern, Its Critics, and the Cold War
294
13
Michael Kimmelman
Abstract Expressionism: Other Politics
307
22
Ann Eden Gibson
Pollock and Krasner: Script and Postscript
329
19
Anna C. Chave
Reframing Abstract Expressionism: Gender and Subjectivity
348
13
Michael Leja
Greenberg on Pollock
361
 
Rosalind E. Krauss