New York new wave : the legacy of feminist art in emerging practiceSeries: International library of modern and contemporary artPublisher: London : I.B. Tauris & Company, Limited, 2019Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 216 pages) : illustrationsISBN:
- N6535.N5 B38 2019
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 169-176) and index.
1. Feminism : the new wave -- A woman's place in the art market -- Feminist exhibitions : from blockbusters to the local -- Femist art history today -- Beyond gender : feminist strategies in action -- New York : a center for radical feminism -- 2. Revisiting feminist artworks and re-envisioning a faminist practice for the twenty-first century -- Fandom and homage to feminist artists -- The female figure in contemporary practice -- Beyond painting : deconstructing the figure -- Reconstructing feminist self-portraiture -- Masquerade for the digital age -- Feminism and new media -- 3. The artist is present : the body in feminist performance, then and now -- Feminist performance : from the home to the streets -- The body in today's practice : the home as disputed site -- The limits of the body in performance today -- The body in today's practice : the artist as director -- Performance today : institutional and gallery support -- 4. Avant-drag : the (fe)male body reconsidered for the twenty-first century -- Labor, humor and history -- Between male and female : drag and transgender performance -- Female avatars : trans culture and contemporary feminism -- 5. Rewind/repeat : reconsidering the postwar male canon in contemporary practice -- Women warriors : Marta Jovanovic, Helmut Newton, and the empowered female nude -- Feminin/alism : appropriation of minimal art by emerging feminist artists -- Recosidering conceptual practice -- gender, the grid, and system works.
"New York is a centre of creative production for an exciting, emerging generation of women artists. Their work investigates themes such as the body as medium and subject matter; the deconstruction of the existing patriarchal order of the art world; the appropriation of earlier art historical references; and the use of so-called abject and everyday materials. New York New Wave investigates the relevance of earlier feminist practice for this 'new' generation, asking: Does gender difference still play a role in today's practice? How can younger women artists embrace a radical political ideology and yet remain market friendly? How far have these artists diverged from the established feminist 'tradition'? Artists discussed include: Firelei Baez, EV Day, Ruby LaToya Fraser, Diana Al-Hadid, K8 Hardy, Valerie Hegarty, Cindy Hinant, Dawn Kasper, Anya Kielar, Liz Magic Laser, Narcissister, Alix Pearlstein, Aurel Schmidt, AL Steiner and W.A.G.E."-- Provided by publisher
Text in English.
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