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Title Feminist art criticism : an anthology / edited by Arlene Raven, Cassandra L. Langer, and Joanna Frueh
Edition First Icon edition
Published New York, NY : IconEditions, 1991

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Description x, 248 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Series Studies in the fine arts. Criticism ; no. 27
Contents Another cuntree: at last, a mainstream female art movement / Maryse Holder -- Fine arts and feminism: the awakening consciousness / Lise Vogel -- The aesthetics pf power in modern erotic art / Carol Duncan -- The reemergence of the archetype of the great goddess in art by contempory women / Gloria Feman Orenstein -- Textual strategies: the politics of art-making / Judith Barry and Sandy Flitterman-Lewis -- Visions and re-visions: Rosa Luxemburg and the artist's mother / Moira Roth -- Against the grain: a working gynergienic art criticism / Cassandrea L. Langer -- Aesthetic and feminist theory: rethinking women's cinema / Teresa de Lauretis -- Towards a feminist theory of art criticism / Joanna Frueh -- Women artists and the politics of representation / Whitney Chadwick -- "Portraying ourselves": contemporary chicana artists / Shifra Goldman -- Apects of performance n the work of black American women artists / Lowery Stokes Sims -- The last essay of feminist criticism / Arlene Raven
Summary "The essays in Feminist Art Criticism are theoretical, and we selected them for several reasons. First, they show a diversity of concerns. These include spirituality, sexuality, the representation of women in art, the necessary inter-relationship of theory and action, women as artmakers, ethnicity, language itself, so-called postfeminism and critiques of hte art world, the discipline of art history and the practice of art criticism. Second, the contributors' work has not been either widely disseminated or readily available. Third, the essays, especially arranged as they are (chronologically), demonstrate a continuous feminist discourse in art from the early 1970s through the present, a discourse that is neither monolithic nor intellectually trendy but that rather exhibits many elements, the polemical, Marxist, lyrical, and poststructuralist being only a few." -- Preface
Analysis Feminism and art United States
Feminist art criticism United States
Notes Originally published: Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI Research Press, ©1988. (Studies in the fine arts. Criticism ; no. 27)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Feminism and art -- United States.
Feminist art criticism -- United States.
Women artists -- United States -- Biography -- History and criticism.
Genre/Form Biographies.
Author Frueh, Joanna, editor
Langer, Cassandra L., editor
Raven, Arlene, editor
LC no. 91050514
ISBN 0064302164 (paperback)
9780064302166 (paperback)