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Feminism-art-theory : an anthology, 1968-2000

Author: Hilary Robinson
Publisher: Malden, MA : Blackwell Publishers, 2001.
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Charting over 30 years of feminist debate on the significance of gender in the making and understanding of art, this archival anthology gathers together 99 indicative texts from North America, Europe  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hilary Robinson
ISBN: 0631208496 9780631208495 063120850X 9780631208501
OCLC Number: 46640846
Description: xix, 706 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Feminism-Art-Theory --
Towards a (Political) Historiography --
1. Gender in/of Culture --
'Scum Manifesto' (1968) / Valerie Solanas --
'(Male) Culture' (1970) / Shulamith Firestone --
'Is Female to Male as Nature is to Culture?' (1972) / Sherry B. Ortner --
'From Tape no. 2 for "Kitch's Last Meal"' (1973) / Carolee Schneemann --
'Waiting' (1977) / Faith Wilding --
'The Straight Mind' (1980) / Monique Wittig --
'In the Shadow of Contemporary Art' (1986) / Isabelle Bernier --
'Writing as a Woman' (1987) / Luce Irigaray --
'Art' (1992) / Andrea Blum / [et al.] 2. Activism and Institutions --
'To the Viewing Public for the 1970 Whitney Annual Exhibition' (1970) / Women's Ad Hoc Committee, Women Artists in Revolution and WSABAL --
'The Triple Negation of Colored Women Artists' (1990) / Adrian Piper --
'Art Conferences: Passification or Politics?' (1991) / Val Walsh --
'Bodies of Theory, Bodies of Pain: Some Silences' (1993) / Jody Berland --
'Untitled Statement' (1972) / Betsy Damon --
'Consciousness-raising Rules' (1972) / WEB (West-East Coast Bag) 'A Brief History of the Women's Workshop of the Artist's Union, 1972-1973' (c.1973) / Women's Workshop --
'Minutes: Heresies Collective' (1976) / Heresies Collective --
'Lesbian Art Project' (1979) / Terry Wolverton --
'Well, is the Personal Political?' (1980) / Martha Rosler --
'A Theoretical and Political Context' (1985) / Anne Marsh --
'In Mourning and in Rage ...' (1978) / Leslie Labowitz-Starus and Suzanne Lacy --
'Touch Sanitation' (1980) / Mierle Laderman Ukeles 'Hot Potatoes: Art and Politics in 1980' (1981) / Lucy Lippard --
'The Front Page (London)' (1985) / Marina Warner --
'Silence as a Vigil' (1991) / La Centrale and Montreal --
'The Education of Women as Artists: Project Womanhouse' (1972) / Miriam Schapiro --
'The First Feminist Art Program: A View from the 1980s' (1985) / Paula Harper --
'Art, Art School, Culture: Individualism after the Death of the Artist' (1985) / Griselda Pollock --
'Teaching Modern Art History from a Feminist Perspective: Challenging Conventions, my Own and Others' (1987) / Moira Roth --
'A Conversation on Censorship with Carolee Schneemann' (1989) / Aviva Rahmani 'The Flesh Dress: A Defence' (1991) / Sarah Milroy --
'Where Do We Draw the Line? An Investigation into the Censorship of Art' (1995) / Anna Douglas --
3. Historical and Critical Practices --
'Art Hysterical Notions of Progress and Culture' (1978) / Valerie Jaudon and Joyce Kozloff --
'No Matter How Unreasonable' (1988) / Susanne Kappeler --
'On the Road Again: Metaphors of Travel in Cultural Criticism' (1993) / Janet Wolff --
'Statement' (1977) / Heresies Collective --
'The Women's Art Magazines' (1979) / Corinne Robins 'Framing Feminism' (1988) / Griselda Pollock --
'Critical Reflections' (1992) / Meaghan Morris --
'In Search of a Discourse and Critique(s) that Center the Art of Black Women Artists' (1993) / Freida High (Wasikhongo Tesfagiorgis) --
'The Art Criticism and Politics of Lucy Lippard' (1994) / Stephanie Cash --
'Courbet's L'origine du monde: The Origin without an Original' (1985) / Linda Nochlin --
'Modernist Art History: The Challenge of Feminism' (1988) / Lisa Tickner --
'Frida Kahlo: Marginalization and the Critical Female Subject' (1990) / Joan Borsa 'Getting Down to Get Over: Romare Bearden's Use of Pornography and the Problem of the Black Female Body in Afro-US Art' (1992) / Judith Wilson --
'The Creation (of a) Myth' (1998) / Pamela Allara --
4. The Aesthetic --
'Some Thoughts on Feminist Art' (1971) / Marjorie Kramer --
'Woman as Artist' (1972) / Judy Chicago --
'A Feminine Sensibility?' (1972) / Pat Mainardi --
'For a Truly Feminist Art' (1972) / Judith Stein --
'Is There a Feminine Aesthetic?' (1976) / Silvia Bovenschen 'Feminism and the Definition of Cultural Politics' (1982) / Michele Barrett --
'How Can We Create our Beauty?' (1990) / Luce Irigaray --
'Where is the Woman in Feminist Theory? The Case of Aesthetics' (1990) / Hilde Hein --
'Black Aesthetics, Feminist Aesthetics, and the Problems of Oppositional Discourse' (1992) / Belinda Edmondson --
5. Politics in Practice: Material Strategies --
'Issues of Feminist Aesthetics: Judy Chicago and Joyce Wieland' (1980) / Lauren Rabinovitz --
'Beyond the Family Album' (1980) / Jo Spence --
'Art in Everyday Life' (1981) / Linda Montano 'Looking Backward in Order to Look Forward: Memories of a Racist Girlhood' (1982) / May Stevens --
'Anthropology into Art' (1985) / Susan Hiller --
'In Conversation at the Vancouver Art Gallery' (1989) / Mary Kelly and Griselda Pollock --
'Of Monitors and Men and Other Unsolved Feminist Mysteries: Video Technology and the Feminine' (1992) / Nell Tenhaaf --
'Paint Stripping' (1994) / Katy Deepwell --
'Plan: Large Woman or Large Canvas? A Confusion of Size with Scale' (1996) / Alison Rowley 'Where is the Feminism in Cyberfeminism?' (1998) / Faith Wilding --
6. Claiming Identity, Negotiating Genealogy --
'The Ties that Bind: Here We Go Again' (1987) / Kass Banning --
'The Floozie in the Jacuzzi: The Problematics of Culture and Identity for an Irish Woman ...' (1989) / Ailbhe Smyth --
'Five Terms, Two Letters' (1990) / Hung Liu --
'We Wear the Mask' (1998) / Coco Fusco 'Reinventing the Nude: Fiona Foley's Museology' (1999) / Diane Losche --
7. Theorizing Representation --
'On Shows' (1980) / Sally Potter --
'Images of "Woman": The Photography of Cindy Sherman' (1983) / Judith Williamson --
'Sexuality and/in Representation: Five British Artists' (1985) / Lisa Tickner --
'Sexuality in the Field of Vision' (1986) / Jacqueline Rose --
'Mapping the Imaginary' (1987) / Jo Anna Isaak 'Framing the Questions: Positive Imaging and Scarcity in Lesbian Photographs' (1991) / Jan Zita Grover --
'Feminism and Modernism: Paradoxes' (1983) / Nicole Dubreuil-Blondin --
'"Post-feminism": A Remasculinization of Culture?' (1990) / Amelia Jones --
'Epilogue: The Politics of Postmodernism after the Wall; or, What do We do When the "Ethnic Cleansing" Starts?' (1994) / Susan Rubin Suleiman --
'Le Cafe des Artistes (The French Collection, Part II, no 11)' (1998) / Faith Ringgold --
'Negotiating the Feminist Divide' (1989) / Whitney Chadwick 'The Risk of Essence' (1989) / Diana Fuss --
'Reframing Women' (1995) / Hilary Robinson --
8. Body, Sexuality, Image --
'Desire in the Politics of Representation' (1993) / Shonagh Adelman --
'Lesbian Identity and the Politics of Representation in Betty Parsons's Gallery' (1994) / Ann Gibson --
'Against Cultural Amnesia' (1994) / Harmony Hammond --
'Disability, Differentness, Identity' (1987) / Mary Duffy 'Framing the Female Body' (1992) / Lynda Nead --
'Yayoi Kusama' (1998) / Amelia Jones --
'Vaginal Iconology' (1974) / Barbara Rose --
'Towards New Expression' (1974) / Suzanne Santoro --
'Feminism' (1989) / Joanna Frueh --
'I Don't Have to Expose my Genitalia' (1993) / Buseje Bailey --
9. The Realm of the Spirit --
'Art is a Revolutionary Act' (1980) / Monica Sjoo 'Male Grazing : An Open Letter to Thomas McEvilley' (1989) / Mary Beth Edelson --
'"I Found God in Myself and I Loved Her / I Loved Her Fiercely": More Thoughts on the Work of Black Women Artists' (1996) / Michelle Cliff --
'Editorial' (1970) / Women: A. Journal of Liberation --
'The Laugh of the Medusa' (1975) / Helene Cixous --
'Women Artists: The Creative Process' (1995) / bell hooks.
Responsibility: edited by Hilary Robinson.

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