Billed as a landmark study and over ten years in the making, Art Since 1900 is a new account of modern art co-authored by four highly influential art historians. Its publication raises many questions. From what perspective should modern arts history be understood today? What continuing role should the concept of Modernism play? Who are modern arts publics?
To discuss these questions and the task of accounting for modern arts history, the four authors (Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin HD Buchloh, Hal Foster and Rosalind Krauss) are joined by Jean-Pierre Criqui, Mignon Nixon, Briony Fer and Frances Morris. Chaired by Adrian Rifkin and Mark Godfrey.
In collaboration with Thames & Hudson.