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  • Women artists : the Linda Nochlin reader
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  • Linda Nochlin reader.
  • 2015
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • 472 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 25 cm.
General Note
  • "Twenty-eight of the thirty essays in this book have been previously published over a period of forty-five years. While the author and editor have resisted the temptation to correct errors of fact or interpretation, it has not always been possible to include all of the illustrations that originally accompanied the essays."--Title page verso.
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  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 437-446) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
  • A dialogue with Linda Nochlin, the Maverick She -- 1970s -- 1. Why have there been no great women artists? -- 2. Miriam Schapiro : recent work -- 3. Some women realists -- 4. Women artists after the French Revolution -- 1980s -- 5. Florine Stettheimer : rococo subversive -- 6. Nancy Graves : the subversiveness of sculpture -- 7. Morisot's Wet Nurse : the construction of work and leisure in impressionist painting -- 8. Zuka's French Revolution : a woman's place is public space -- 1990s -- 9. Pornography as a decorative art : Joyce Kozloff's patterns of desire -- 10. Starting from scratch : the beginnings of feminist art history -- 11. Mary Cassatt's modernity -- 12. Sylvia Sleigh : portraits of women artists and writers -- 13. Deborah Kass : portrait of the artist as an appropriator -- 2000s -- 14. Jenny Saville : floating in gender nirvana -- 15. Mary Frank : encounters -- 16. Seeing beneath the surface (Kathleen Gilje) -- 17. A rage to paint : Joan Mitchell and the issue of femininity -- 18. Sam Taylor-Wood : when the stars weep -- 19. Alice Neel -- 20. Unholy postures : Kiki Smith and the body -- 21. Sarah Lucas : God is Dad -- 22. "Why have there been no great women artists?" Thirty years after -- 23. Women artists then and now : painting, sculpture, and the image of the self -- 24. Cecily Brown : the erotics of touch -- 25. Existence and beading : the work of Liza Lou -- 26. Black, white, and uncanny : Miwa Yanagi's Fairy Tale -- 27. Old-age style : late Louise Bourgeois -- 2010s -- 28. Sophie Calle : word, image and the end of ekphrasis -- 29. Ellen Altfest : a new, new realism -- 30. Natalie Frank : the dark side of the fairy tale.
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  • 978-0-500-23929-2
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Linda Nochlin is one of the most accessible, provocative, and innovative art historians of our time. In 1971 she published her essay "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?"--a dramatic feminist call-to-arms that called traditional art historical practices into question and led to a major revision of the discipline.Women Artists brings together twenty-nine essential essays from throughout Nochlin's career, making this the definitive anthology of her writing about women in art. Included are her major thematic texts "Women Artists After the French Revolution" and "Starting from Scratch: The Beginnings of Feminist Art History," as well as the landmark essay and its rejoinder "'Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?' Thirty Years After." These appear alongside monographic entries focusing on a selection of major women artists including Mary Cassatt, Louise Bourgeois, Cecily Brown, Kiki Smith, Miwa Yanagi, and Sophie Calle.Women Artists also presents two new essays written specifically for this book and an interview with Nochlin investigating the position of women artists today.

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