Oh, yes. These are all lovely. Something nice about 'small' hardbacked books isn't there?
Funny how the phrase "modern art" sounds so quaint and cosy nowadays. When did its replacement, "contemporary art", start to take over?
Probably in the late 60s/early 70s when Conceptualism took off, along with Post-Modernism in the 70s/80s.Modernism was suddenly old. It was no longer enough to be merely modern, art had to be of the now - contemporary.