In her new book how to write about contemporary art london based artforum correspondent gilda williams illuminates contemporary art writing providing insight into what we write about when we write about art williams tracks trends that show art writing moving away from so called international art english toward a more direct style of prose . How to write about contemporary art is not a compendium of best ever art writers section two is a how to across space and time to texts from the 1980s introduction 14 and 1990s see page tk otherwise required to describe polyvalent art specialists today. With how to write about contemporary art gilda williams has created an illuminating engaging and urgent guide to contemporary art writing while this is clearly essential reading for arts students and those at the start of a career in arts writing or criticism it is equally invaluable for anyone involved in the art world that needs to transmit information and ideas in written form about . An elegant and humorous book about good writing much of the advice is valid for subjects well beyond contemporary art williams instructs on art writing in the variety of forms ranging from exhibition wall label to auction catalogue entry to op ed art journalism. Gilda williams born 1963 is an art critic editor and teacher lecturer at goldsmiths university of london from 1994 to 2005 she was editor and then commissioning editor at phaidon press from 1994 to 2005 she was editor and then commissioning editor at phaidon press
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