Women artists and modernism

Deepwell, Katy, ed. (1998) Women artists and modernism. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719050824

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A collection of essays on the theme of women in 20th century art history, with particular reference to their position in relation to modernism. Each of the following essays is abstracted in this issue of ABM: `Women artists, modernity and suffrage cultures in Britain and Germany 1890-1920' by Rosemary Betterton; `Modern women, modern spaces: women, metropolitan culture and Vorticism' by Jane Beckett and Deborah Cherry; `Black awakening: gender and representation in the Harlem Renaissance' by Pauline de Souza; `Performing the picture or painting the other: Romaine Brooks, Gluck and the question of decadence in 1923' by Bridget Elliott; `Elizabeth McCausland: art, politics and sexuality' by Susan Platt; `Hepworth and her critics' by Deepwell; `Cornubia: gender, geography and genealogy in St Ives modernism' by Nedira Yakir; `Talking back: an exchange with Marcel Duchamp' by Moira Roth; `Making a mess: women's bane, women's pleasure' by Joanna Frueh; `Beauty, the universal, the divine: Irigaray's re-valuings' by Hilary Robinson; and `Desiring daughters' by Renee Baert.

Item Type: Book
Additional Information: ISBN-13: 978-0719050824 ISBN-10: 0719050820 Date revised - 2013-06-13; SuppNotes - Manchester, England; New York: Manchester University Press, distributed in the U. S. A. by St. Martin's Press. 1998, ix+206p, 39 illus; Last updated - 2013-06-17
Keywords (uncontrolled): Women and Art
Research Areas: A. > School of Art and Design > Visual Arts
Item ID: 12906
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Depositing User: Katy Deepwell
Date Deposited: 18 Sep 2018 09:35
Last Modified: 18 Sep 2018 09:39
URI: https://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/id/eprint/12906

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