Reference : For a Critical Iconology : the Meaning, Dynamics and Effectiveness of Images
Scientific journals : Article
Arts & humanities : Philosophy & ethics
Arts & humanities : Art & art history
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/183008
For a Critical Iconology : the Meaning, Dynamics and Effectiveness of Images
English
Hagelstein, Maud mailto [Université de Liège > Département de philosophie > Esthétiques phénoménologiques et esth. de la différence >]
Jun-2015
Critique d'Art : Actualité Francophone et Internationale de la Littérature Critique sur l'Art Contemporain = The International Review of Contemporary Art Criticism
Yes
International
1246-8258
[en] Iconology ; Linguistic paradigm ; Warburg ; Visual turn ; Mitchell ; Idolatry
[en] The present-day theory of image comes in the wake of iconology, by virtue of the explicit re-use of several problematic themes which are central to this method, and permit its critical redevelopment : 1. Reflection about iconic representation, about its relation to language and its specific logic; 2. The investigation into the dynamics of the image (circulation, persistence and development); 3. The study of the effectiveness of images and the production of many different kinds ok knowledge under the effect of editing operations.
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/183008
http://critiquedart.revues.org
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