Women Artists (häftad)
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Thames & Hudson Ltd
Reilly, Maura (ed.)
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229 x 160 x 36 mm
999 g
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Women Artists

The Linda Nochlin Reader

Häftad,  Engelska, 2020-03-05
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Linda Nochlin (19312017) was one of the most pioneering and provocative art historians of our time. In 1971 she published her groundbreaking article, Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?, an impassioned feminist rallying cry that called traditional art historical practices into question and led to a major revision of the discipline. Women Artists: The Linda Nochlin Reader brings together thirty essential essays from throughout Nochlins career, including two written specially for this collection. The book opens with an interview with Nochlin, in which she looks back on her lifes work and reflects on the position of women artists today. Her major thematic texts, such as Women Artists After the French Revolution and Starting from Scratch: The Beginnings of Feminist Art History appear alongside the landmark 1971 essay and its rejoinder, Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?: Thirty Years After. Also included are entries focusing on a selection of major women artists, such as Mary Cassatt, Louise Bourgeois, Cecily Brown, Kiki Smith, Miwa Yanagi and Sophie Calle, as well as concise biographies of all the artists discussed in the book and a complete bibliography of Nochlins publications.
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Linda Nochlin (19312017), described in the Guardian as a trailblazer to the end, was Lila Acheson Wallace Professor Emerita of Modern Art at the New York University Institute of the Fine Arts. She wrote extensively on issues of gender in art history and on 19th-century Realism. Her numerous publications include Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?; Women, Art and Power; Representing Women; Courbet; and Misre. Maura Reilly is an art historian and curator. She was the founding curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, where she organized the critically acclaimed Global Feminisms: New Directions in Contemporary Art, co-curated with Linda Nochlin.