Paul Wood

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Paul Wood (1949) began working for the Open University in the 1980s as a part-time Tutor in Scotland, based in Edinburgh. From the 1990s he worked in the Dept of Art History at Milton Keynes. His main involvement has been in the history of the modern movement.

Works
  • editor, with Charles Harrison, Art in Theory 1900-1990, Oxford: Blackwell, 1992, 1220 pp; new ed. as Art in Theory 1900-2000, 2002.
  • with Jonathan Harris, Francis Frascina, and Charles Harrison, Modernism in Dispute: Art Since the Forties, Yale University Press, and Milton Keynes: Open University, 1993, 383 pp; repr., corr., 1994.
  • editor, with Liz Dawtrey, Toby Jackson, Mary Masterton, and Pam Meecham, Investigating Modern Art, Yale University Press, Milton Keynes: Open University, and London: Tate, 1996, 208 pp.
  • editor, with Charles Harrison and Jason Gaiger, Art in Theory 1815-1900, Oxford: Blackwell, 1998.
  • editor, The Challenge of the Avant-Garde, Yale University Press, and Milton Keynes: Open University, 1999.
  • editor, with Charles Harrison and Jason Gaiger, Art in Theory 1648-1815, Oxford: Blackwell, 2001, 1220 pp.
  • Conceptual Art, London: Tate Publications, 2002, 80 pp.
  • editor, with Steve Edwards, Art of the Avant-Gardes, Yale University Press, 2004, 472 pp. [1]
  • editor, Varieties of Modernism, Yale University Press, 2004, 424 pp. [2]
  • Western Art and the Wider World, Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 2014, 304 pp.
  • editor, with Steve Edwards, Art & Visual Culture, 1850-2010: Modernity to Globalization, London: Tate Publications, and Milton Keyens: Open University, 2012, 334 pp.
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