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The Body In Contemporary Art

Author : Sally O'Reilly
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124117875
Genre : Art
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A new volume in the acclaimed World of Art series: featuring work across a range of media that represents the human body.
Category: Art

The Disabled Body In Contemporary Art

Author : Ann Millett-Gallant
ISBN : 9780230109971
Genre : Social Science
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This volume analyzes the representation of disabled and disfigured bodies in contemporary art and its various contexts, from art history to photography to medical displays to the nineteenth- and twentieth-century freak show.
Category: Social Science

A Companion To Contemporary Art Since 1945

Author : Amelia Jones
ISBN : 1405152354
Genre : Art
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A Companion to Contemporary Art is a major survey covering the major works and movements, the most important theoretical developments, and the historical, social, political, and aesthetic issues in contemporary art since 1945, primarily in the Euro-American context. Collects 27 original essays by expert scholars describing the current state of scholarship in art history and visual studies, and pointing to future directions in the field. Contains dual chronological and thematic coverage of the major themes in the art of our time: politics, culture wars, public space, diaspora, the artist, identity politics, the body, and visual culture. Offers synthetic analysis, as well as new approaches to, debates central to the visual arts since 1945 such as those addressing formalism, the avant-garde, the role of the artist, technology and art, and the society of the spectacle.
Category: Art

Performing Contagious Bodies

Author : Chris Braddock
ISBN : 9781137283870
Genre : Performing Arts
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Performing Contagious Bodies explores live/body art and installation practices through theories of ritual and magic. It maps out an ambitious and thought-provoking study of live art – together with its documentation and traces – and uses the concepts of contagion, magic and ritual to open up a range of hotly-debated questions about the temporal aspects of live art, their relation to 'event' and durationality. Featuring discussion of a wide range of contemporary international practice, this book explores the intersections of performance studies, art history, anthropology and contemporary visual art practices.
Category: Performing Arts

The Female Body In The Looking Glass

Author : Basia Sliwinska
ISBN : 9781786720085
Genre : Social Science
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In his writing on the 'mirror stage', the psychoanalytic theorist Jacques Lacan describes the female body as lacking: a mere symptom of man, an object constructed by male desire. However, what happens if the woman in art follows Jean Baudrillard's advice to ‘swallow the mirror’, and is made real? What if the beautiful is inverted and becomes ugly; and the ugly becomes beautiful? These are the fundamental questions Basia Sliwinska poses in this important new enquiry into gender identity and the politics of vision in contemporary women’s art.
Category: Social Science

The Contingent Object Of Contemporary Art

Author : Martha Buskirk
ISBN : 0262524422
Genre : Art
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A professor of art history explores the last four decades of art history, raising important questions about authorship and materials, beginning in the era of "anything is art" and continuing through post-modern expressions of pastiche art that combine materials from many sources. (Fine Arts)
Category: Art

In A Queer Time And Place

Author : Judith Halberstam
ISBN : 0814735851
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In her first book since the critically acclaimed Female Masculinity, Judith Halberstam examines the significance of the transgender body in a provocative collection of essays on queer time and space. She presents a series of case studies focused on the meanings of masculinity in its dominant and alternative forms’especially female and trans-masculinities as they exist within subcultures, and are appropriated within mainstream culture. In a Queer Time and Place opens with a probing analysis of the life and death of Brandon Teena, a young transgender man who was brutally murdered in small-town Nebraska. After looking at mainstream representations of the transgender body as exhibited in the media frenzy surrounding this highly visible case and the Oscar-winning film based on Brandon's story, Boys Don’t Cry, Halberstam turns her attention to the cultural and artistic production of queers themselves. She examines the “transgender gaze,” as rendered in small art-house films like By Hook or By Crook, as well as figurations of ambiguous embodiment in the art of Del LaGrace Volcano, Jenny Saville, Eva Hesse, Shirin Neshat, and others. She then exposes the influence of lesbian drag king cultures upon hetero-male comic films, such as Austin Powers and The Full Monty, and, finally, points to dyke subcultures as one site for the development of queer counterpublics and queer temporalities. Considering the sudden visibility of the transgender body in the early twenty-first century against the backdrop of changing conceptions of space and time, In a Queer Time and Place is the first full-length study of transgender representations in art, fiction, film, video, and music. This pioneering book offers both a jumping off point for future analysis of transgenderism and an important new way to understand cultural constructions of time and place.
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Contemporary Art And Classical Myth

Author : Isabelle Loring Wallace
ISBN : 0754669742
Genre : Art
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Contemporary art is deeply engaged with the subject of classical myth. Yet within the literature on contemporary art, little has been said about this provocative relationship. Composed of fifteen original essays, Contemporary Art and Classical Myth addresses this scholarly gap, exploring, and in large part establishing, the multifaceted intersection of contemporary art and classical myth.
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The Psychology Of Contemporary Art

Author : Gregory Minissale
ISBN : 9781107019324
Genre : Art
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Examines how contemporary artworks can affect our psychology, producing immersive experiences.
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Themes In Contemporary Art

Author : Gillian Perry
ISBN : 0300102976
Genre : Art
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This work discusses the art of the final third of the twentieth century. In seven related chapters, it looks at different aspects of the postmodernism that has dominated art since the 1960s.
Category: Art