Mikromarc websearch

   
 
Seeing through the seventies : essays on feminism and art
Your basket is empty
Vis
Location
  • KONST - Iaa
Main Entry - Personal Name
Title Statement
  • Seeing through the seventies : essays on feminism and art
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • G+B Arts International , Amsterdam ; 2000 : cop. 2000
  • 2000
  • Språk: Engelska.
SAB Classification Code
Physical Description
  • 213 s. : 23cm
General Note
  • Shifting ground : on the critical practice of Lucy R. Lippard -- The masculine imperative : high modern, postmodern -- What's som "bad" about 'em? -- How many "bad" feminists does it take to change a lightbulb? -- Are you experienced? Feminism, art and the body politic -- Eating from the Dinner party plates and other myths, metaphors,and moments of lesbian enunciation in feminism and it's art movement -- L.A. Womyn : the feminist art movement in Southern California, 1970-1979 -- Notes on Lesbian -- Considering Claude Cahun
Subject - Topical Term
ISBN
  • 90-5701-212-X (inb.)
  • 90-5701-212-X :
  • 90-5701-222-7 (hft.)
  • 90-5701-222-7 :
Waiting
  • 0 (0)
*00002374nam a22006257  4500
*00125755
*007|||||||||||||||||||||||
*008110824s2000    ne     |      000 0 eng c
*020  $a90-5701-212-X (inb.)
*020  $a90-5701-212-X  :$c£29.00 : CIP entry (Oct.)
*020  $a90-5701-222-7 (hft.)
*020  $a90-5701-222-7  :$c£15.00
*035  $a(Ko)29723
*040  $dG
*084  $aIb-qa.55
*084  $aOhja-qa:k.55
*084  $aIaa
*1001 $aCottingham, Laura
*24510$aSeeing through the seventies :$bessays on feminism and art  /$cLaura Cottingham
*260  $aAmsterdam ;$a2000 :$bG+B Arts International ,$ccop. 2000
*300  $a213 s.  :$c23cm
*500  $aShifting ground : on the critical practice of Lucy R. Lippard -- The masculine imperative : high modern, postmodern -- What's som "bad" about 'em? -- How many "bad" feminists does it take to change a lightbulb? -- Are you experienced? Feminism, art and the body politic -- Eating from the Dinner party plates and other myths, metaphors,and moments of lesbian enunciation in feminism and it's art movement -- L.A. Womyn : the feminist art movement in Southern California, 1970-1979 -- Notes on Lesbian -- Considering Claude Cahun
*650 4$aFeminism and art
*650 4$aArt, Modern
*650 4$a20th century
*650 4$aWomen in art
*650 4$aWomen artists
*650 4$aFeminism
*650 4$aKonsthistoria
*650 4$aEfterkrigstiden
*650 4$aFörenta staterna
*650 4$aKvinnliga konstnärer
*650 4$aEfterkrigstiden
*650 4$aFörenta staterna
*650 4$aFeminism och konst
*650 4$aFörenta staterna
*650 4$aKvinnliga konstnärer
*650 4$aFörenta staterna
*650 4$aFeminism
*650 4$aKonst
*650 4$aEfterkrigstiden
*650 4$aUSA
*650 4$a1900-talet
*650 4$aKonstnärer
*650 4$aKonstvetenskap
*650 4$aLesbianism
*697  $cKonst Konsthistoria Förenta Staterna Efterkrigstiden
*697  $cKönsroller Kvinnofrågor Förenta Staterna Historia Efterkrigstiden
*697  $cKonsthistoria: Förenta staterna: 1945-
*697  $cKvinnofrågor: Förenta staterna: historia: 1945-
*697  $cKonstteori och konstestetik
*8520 $hKONST -  Iaa
^
No reviews exists for this book.
Click here to be the first to write a review.

In recent years, Laura Cottingham has emerged as one of the most visible feminist critics of the so-called post-feminist generation. Following a social-political approach to art history and criticism that accepts visual culture as part of a larger social reality, Cottingham's writings investigate central tensions currently operative in the production, distribution and evaluation of art, especially those related to cultural production by and about women.
Seeing Through the Seventies: Essays on Feminism and Art gathers together Cottingham's key essays from the 1990's. These include an appraisal of Lucy R. Lippard, the most influential feminist art critic of the1970's; a critique of the masculinist bias implicit to modernism and explicitly recuperated by commercially successful artists during the 1980s; an exhaustive analysis of the curatorial failures operative in the "Bad Girls" museum exhibitions of the early 1990s; surveys of feminist-influenced art practices during the women's liberationist period; speculations on the current possibilities and obstacles that attend efforts to recover lesbian cultural history; and an examination of the life, work and obscuration of the early twentieth-century French photographer Claude Cahun.

Send to
IdStatusDue dateOwnerLocationShelf
 Available Konstfacks bibliotek KONST - Iaa