Roland Barthes and contemporary art
From Mythologies to “living together”, the thought of Roland Barthes has lost none of its topicality. But the man who popularized semiology in France could well have upset the artistic landscape of the 20th century and, beyond that, modified our relationship to forms and to the world. through the posterity of his work in contemporary art, we discover in this book a Barthes artist, critic, theoretician, political, romantic, subversive, and always at the forefront of the contemporary.
192 pages | ISBN: 9782315006243