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"In whose time do you and the work of art exist? Pamela Lee has written the founding question for a new criticism." Molly Nesbit, Department of Art, Vassar College Pamela Lee's ambition in Chronophobia is both daring and bold: to trace a rupture in the experience of time during the 1960s. In doing so she demonstrates that the phenomenological 'revolution' of the 1970s that she explored in her book on Matta-Clark cannot be divorced from the various social, technological, and philosophical revolutions of the previous decade. Chronophobia revises our pieties about time as it promises to reshape the field of sixties art. -- David Joselit, Professor, History of Art, Yale University

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Pamela M. Lee is Carnegie Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at Yale University and the author of Object to Be Destroyed- The Work of Gordon Matta-Clark, Chronophobia- On Time in the Art of the 1960s, Forgetting the Art World (all published by the MIT Press) and The Glen Park Library- A Fairy Tale (no place press).

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"In whose time do you and the work of art exist? Pamela Lee has written the founding question for a new criticism." Molly Nesbit, Department of Art, Vassar College

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