The Art Bulletin 2012

The Art Bulletin 2012

The Art Bulletin publishes leading scholarship in the English language in all aspects of art history as practiced in the academy, museums, and other institutions. From its founding in 1913, the journal has published, through rigorous peer review, scholarly articles and critical reviews of the highest quality in all areas and periods of the history of art. Articles take a variety of methodological approaches, from the historical to the theoretical. In its mission as a journal of record, The Art Bulletin fosters an intensive engagement with intellectual developments and debates in contemporary art-historical practice. It is published four times a year: in March, June, September, and December. The Art Bulletin is published in print and online and is available as a benefit of membership in CAA.

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Art Bulletin March 2012

Regarding Art and Art History| Notes from the Field; Anthropomorphism| Two are Better than One: Notes on the Interview and Techniques of Multiplication| “Curiosity is the Motor of the Entire Interview Project”: Hans Ulrich Obrist in Conversation with Philip Ursprung| Of Modes and Manners in Japanese Ink Painting: Sesshū's Splashed Ink Landscape of 1495| Henry Fuseli: Greek Tragedy and Cultural Pluralism| Agent Provocateur? The African Origin and American Life of a Statue from Côte d'Ivoire| Reviews

Art Bulletin June 2012

Regarding Art and Art History| Notes from the Field: Appropriation: Back Then, in Between, and Today| Misery, Beauty, and other Issues: Linda Nochlin in Conversation with Dan Karlholm| Repository of Ingenuity: Cave 61 and Artistic Appropriation in Tenth-Century Dunhuang|The Suggestive Portrait of Shah ‘Abbas: Prayer and Likeness in a Safavid Shahnama| Architecture, Individualism, and Nation: Henry van de Velde's 1914 Werkbund Theater Building| Picasso's First Constructed Sculpture: A Tale of Two Guitars| Reviews

Art Bulletin September 2012

Regarding Art and Art History: Unexplained| Notes from the Field: Contingency| “A Way Must Be Found to Broaden Our Perspective”: James Ackerman in Conversation with Cammy Brothers| Iconoclasm as Discourse: From Antiquity to Byzantium| Francesco Rosselli's Lost View of Rome: An Urban Icon and its Progeny| Experiential Readings and the Grand View: Mount Jizu by Huang Xiangjian (1609–1673)| Architecture and Crime: Adolf Loos and the Culture of the “Case”| Reviews

Art Bulletin December 2012

Regarding Art and Art History| Notes from the Field: Detail| Iconoclasts and Iconophiles: Horst Bredekamp in Conversation with Christopher S. Wood| The Judgment of Paris in Roman Painting| Filarete's Hilaritas: Claiming Authorship and Status on the Doors of St. Peter's| Signature Killer: Caravaggio and the Poetics of Blood| “A Call to Action”: Visual Persuasion in a Spanish American Painting| Art Treasures of the United Kingdom and the United States: The George Scharf Papers| Reviews| Index to Volume XCIV