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Art history and fetishism abroad : global shiftings in media and methods

Author: Gabriele Genge; Angela Stercken
Publisher: Bielefeld : Transcript Verlag, 2014.
Series: Image (Transcript (Firm)), Volume 54.
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By focusing on the various modes and media of the fetishised object, this anthology shifts the debates on thingness into a new global art historical perspective. The contributors explore the attention given to those material images, in both artistic and cultural practice from the heyday of colonial expansion until today. They show that in becoming vehicles and agents of transculturality, so called "fetishes" take  Read more...
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Art history and fetishism abroad.
Bielefeld : Transcript Verlag, ©2014
(OCoLC)863195569
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gabriele Genge; Angela Stercken
ISBN: 9781322079257 1322079250 9783839424117 3839424119
OCLC Number: 890000518
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (324 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Cover Art History and Fetishism Abroad. Global Shiftings in Media and Methods; Content; Preface; Being Abroad --
an Introduction; Phenomenologies; Survival of Images? Fetish and the Concept of the Image between West Africa and Europe; Speared Heads. Portraits as Things in 20th-Century Sculpture; Fetishism from the Space of Bowdich's Mission from Cape Coast Castle to Ashantee to the Time of Erasmus Osei Owusu's (film) Obidi? Aba: Time Will Tell; Production of Knowledge; Currency Affairs. Photography and Productivity. Transcultural Interpretation and the Production of Alterity: Photography, Materiality, and Mediation in the Making of "African Art"[Arte]Fact, Object, Image. Jean-Michel Basquiat's Archives of the Black Atlantic; On a Pedestal? On the Problem of the Sculptural as a Category of Perception for Islamic Objects; Under the Influence of Things; Bocio. From nothingness to Liminality and Minimality; Encounters with Masks: Counter-Primitivism in 20th-Century Black Art; Fetishising Modernity: Bricolage Revisited; Fixing Shadows: Photography Beyond the Indexical; Politics of Identity. Incorporations of the Other --
Exotic Objects, Tropicalism, and AnthropophagyThe Court in Dakar. Political Aesthetics in the Post-Colony; Monumentality and Transnationality: The Fascination with Gigantic Ding Bronze Vessels in Modern China; Why Have There Been No Great Forgeries? Collectors, Artefacts, and the Question of Originality; Biographical Notes.
Series Title: Image (Transcript (Firm)), Volume 54.
Responsibility: Gabriele Genge, Angela Stercken (eds.).
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