CREATING THEIR OWN IMAGE THE HISTORY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN ARTISTS

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Creating Their Own Image

Author : Lisa E. Farrington
ISBN : 9780195167214
Genre : Art
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Explores how African American women artists have created an alternative vision of how women of color can be, are, and might be presented in American culture by weaving together artists, styles, and periods.
Category: Art

Creating Their Own Image

Author : Lisa E. Farrington
ISBN : 0199767602
Genre : Art
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Explores how African American women artists have created an alternative vision of how women of color can be, are, and might be presented in American culture by weaving together artists, styles, and periods.
Category: Art

African American Art

Author : Lisa E. Farrington
ISBN : 0199995397
Genre : African American art
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African-American Art offers a current and comprehensive history that contextualizes black artists within the framework of American art as a whole. This compelling chronological survey explores issues of racial identity and representation while emphasizing aesthetics and visual analysis,helping students develop an understanding and appreciation of African-American art informed by - but not entirely defined by - racial identity.
Category: African American art

Bearing Witness

Author : Jontyle Theresa Robinson
ISBN : UOM:39015038142223
Genre : Art
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A catalog of an exhibition held at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art in 1997
Category: Art

African American Art

Author : Sharon F. Patton
ISBN : 0192842137
Genre : Art
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Discusses African American folk art, decorative art, photography, and fine arts
Category: Art

Art On Fire

Author : Lisa E. Farrington
ISBN : 0966734505
Genre : Art
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Harlem Nocturne

Author : Farah Jasmine Griffin
ISBN : 9780465069972
Genre : History
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As World War II raged overseas, Harlem witnessed a battle of its own. Brimming with creative and political energy, Harlem's diverse array of artists and activists launched a bold cultural offensive aimed at winning democracy for all Americans, regardless of race or gender. In Harlem Nocturne, esteemed scholar Farah Jasmine Griffin tells the stories of three black female artists whose creative and political efforts fueled this movement for change: novelist Ann Petry, a major new literary voice; choreographer and dancer Pearl Primus, a pioneer in her field; and composer and pianist Mary Lou Williams, a prominent figure in the emergence of Be-Bop. As Griffin shows, these women made enormous strides for social justice during the war, laying the groundwork for the Civil Rights Movement before the Cold War temporarily froze their democratic dreams. A rich account of three distinguished artists and the city that inspired them, Harlem Nocturne captures a period of unprecedented vitality and progress for African Americans and women in the United States.
Category: History

Viewfinders

Author : Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe
ISBN : UOM:39076002025745
Genre : African American photographers
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A collection of diverse photographs from black female photographers from the mid-1800s to the present captures important aspects of African American history and reveals the talent and courage of a small band of pioneering artists. Reissue. National ad/promo.
Category: African American photographers

Child Of The Fire

Author : Kirsten Buick
ISBN : 9780822391999
Genre : Art
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Child of the Fire is the first book-length examination of the career of the nineteenth-century artist Mary Edmonia Lewis, best known for her sculptures inspired by historical and biblical themes. Throughout this richly illustrated study, Kirsten Pai Buick investigates how Lewis and her work were perceived, and their meanings manipulated, by others and the sculptor herself. She argues against the racialist art discourse that has long cast Lewis’s sculptures as reflections of her identity as an African American and Native American woman who lived most of her life abroad. Instead, by seeking to reveal Lewis’s intentions through analyses of her career and artwork, Buick illuminates Lewis’s fraught but active participation in the creation of a distinct “American” national art, one dominated by themes of indigeneity, sentimentality, gender, and race. In so doing, she shows that the sculptor variously complicated and facilitated the dominant ideologies of the vanishing American (the notion that Native Americans were a dying race), sentimentality, and true womanhood. Buick considers the institutions and people that supported Lewis’s career—including Oberlin College, abolitionists in Boston, and American expatriates in Italy—and she explores how their agendas affected the way they perceived and described the artist. Analyzing four of Lewis’s most popular sculptures, each created between 1866 and 1876, Buick discusses interpretations of Hiawatha in terms of the cultural impact of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s epic poem The Song of Hiawatha; Forever Free and Hagar in the Wilderness in light of art historians’ assumptions that artworks created by African American artists necessarily reflect African American themes; and The Death of Cleopatra in relation to broader problems of reading art as a reflection of identity.
Category: Art

Broad Strokes

Author : Bridget Quinn
ISBN : 9781452152837
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Historically, major women artists have been excluded from the mainstream art canon. Aligned with the resurgence of feminism in pop culture, Broad Strokes offers an entertaining corrective to that omission. Art historian Bridget Quinn delves into the lives and careers of 15 female artists from around the globe in text that's smart, feisty, educational, and an enjoyable read. Replete with beautiful reproductions of the artists' works and contemporary portraits of each artist by renowned illustrator Lisa Congdon, this is art history from the Renaissance to Abstract Expressionism for the modern art lover, reader, and feminist.
Category: Biography & Autobiography