Women artists : the Linda Nochlin reader / edited by Maura Reilly.
- Other Title:
- Linda Nochlin reader
- New York, New York : Thames & Hudson, 2015.
472 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
- Women artists.
Nochlin, Linda -- Interviews.
- A dialogue with Linda Nochlin, the Maverick She
Why have there been no great women artists?
Miriam Schapiro: recent work
Some women realists
Women artists after the French Revolution
Florine Stettheimer: rococo subversive
Nancy Graves: the subversiveness of sculpture
Morisot's Wet nurse: the construction of work and leisure in impressionist painting
Zuka's French Revolution: a woman's place is public space
Pornography as a decorative art: Joyce Kozloff's patterns of desire
Starting from scratch: the beginnings of feminist art history
Mary Cassatt's modernity
Sylvia Sleigh: portraits of women artists and writers
Deborah Kass: portrait of the artist as an appropriator
Jenny Saville: floating in gender nirvana
Mary Frank: encounters
Seeing beneath the surface (Kathleen Gilje)
A rage to paint: Joan Mitchell and the issue of femininity
Sam Taylor-Wood: when the stars weep
Unholy postures: Kiki Smith and the body
Sarah Lucas: God is Dad
"Why have there been no great women artists?" thirty years after
Women artists then and now: painting, sculpture, and the image of the self
Cecily Brown: the erotics of touch
Existence and beading: the work of Liza Lou
Black, white, and uncanny: Miwa Yanagi's Fairy tale
Old-age style: late Louise Bourgeois
Sophie Calle: word, image and the end of ekphrasis
Ellen Altfest: a new, new realism
Natalie Frank: the dark side of the fairy tale.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 437-446) and index.
- Reilly, Maura, editor.
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