Disfiguring

Disfiguring

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Disfiguring is constructive or, perhaps more accurately, reconstructive. By exploring the religious dimensions of twentieth-century painting and architecture, he shows how the visual arts continue to serve as a rich resource for the theological imagination.Disney advertisements proclaim the good news: The postmodernist style and whimsical approach of the architect Michael Graves are evident everywhere in the buildingsa#39; design and decor. The hotels are works of art in themselves, with larger-than-life murals painted on their facades, giant sculptures on their roofs, and fanciful fountains in strategic locations. Chandeliers incorporating monkey and cockatoo cutouts, giant palm tree columns, expansive hand-painted murals, andanbsp;...


Title:Disfiguring
Author: Mark C. Taylor
Publisher:University of Chicago Press - 1992-01
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