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A number of today's most prominent historians of modern art and visual culture address here the intersection of subjectivity and politics, reflecting the critical influence that Linda Nochlin has had upon the most advanced thought in art history today. From Ewa Lajer-Burcharth's discussion of the eighteenth-century erotic architecture of Jean-Jacques Lequeu to Rosalind Krauss's essay on Pablo Picasso and Joan Miro, from Abigail Solomon-Godeau's reexamination of the concept of realism in art to Molly Nesbit's reflections on Rachel Whiteread's Water Tower, the range of studies in this volume will be of interest to all who have been impressed by Nochlin's varied approaches to the visual world. Included as well is an interview with Nochlin by Moira Roth, an essay by Robert Rosenblum on his long intellectual friendship with Nochlin, a complete bibliography of Nochlin's work, and an afterword by Nochlin herself.
The essays in this volume represent original and innovative research in the fields of art history and visual culture, and include: Carol Duncan, "John Cotton Dana's Progressive Museum"; Kenneth Silver, "The Heroism of Understatement: The Ideological Machinery of La Fresnaye's Conquest of the Air"; Eunice Lipton, "Kouroi and Communists: A Memoir of the Spanish Civil War"; Tamar Garb, "Framing Femininity in Manet's Portrait of Mlle E. G".; Stephen Eisenman, "Identity and Non-Identity in Gauguin's Te nave nave fenua"; John Goodman, "Identity and Lubricity"; Robert Simon, "Tales of Blood: Gericault and Popular Imagery"; and Carol Ockman, "Women, Icons, and Power".
|Introduction: Fragments and Paradoxes: Linda Nochlin's Theories of Art||p. 7|
|About Linda Nochlin||p. 17|
|Lascivious Corpus: Lequeu's Architecture||p. 25|
|Enlightenment and Lubricity||p. 43|
|The Axe of the Medusa||p. 55|
|Realism Revisited||p. 69|
|Framing Femininity in Manet's Portrait of Mlle E. G.||p. 77|
|Identity and Non-Identity in Gauguin's Te nave nave fenua||p. 91|
|Women, Icons and Power||p. 103|
|The Heroism of Understatement: the Ideological Machinery of La Fresnaye's Conquest of the Air||p. 117|
|John Cotton Dana's Progressive Museum||p. 127|
|Color War: Picasso's Matisse Period||p. 137|
|Kouroi and Communists: A Memoir of the Spanish Civil War||p. 153|
|The Immigrant||p. 165|
|Of Self and History: Exchanges with Linda Nochlin||p. 175|
|Notes and Sources||p. 206|
|List of Illustrations||p. 219|
|Bibliography: Complete Bibliography of the Writings of Linda Nochlin||p. 221|
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Series: Interplay S.
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 1st February 2001
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5 x 1.5
Weight (kg): 0.64
Edition Number: 1