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Postmodernism and the En-Gendering Marcel Duchamp

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Beschreibung

A critical analysis of postmodernism in the visual arts since the 1960s, this text focuses primarily on American texts that reference and construct Marcel Duchamp as the originator of postmodern art.

Klappentext

This book serves as a critical analysis of postmodernism in the visual arts since the 1960s, focusing primarily on American texts that deem Marcel Duchamp to be the originator of postmodern art. Amelia Jones argues that through his 'readymades' Duchamp has paradoxically served in a paternal role for post-1960s American artists, critics, and art historians, who have attempted to construct a new tradition of artistic practice that counters the masculinist ideologies of Abstract Expressionism and Greenbergian modernism.



Zusammenfassung
A critical analysis of postmodernism in the visual arts since the 1960s, this focuses primarily on American texts that reference and construct Marcel Duchamp as the originator of postmodern art.

Inhalt

1. Introduction: modernist art history and the en-gendering of (Duchampian) postmodernism; 2. Duchamp as generative patriarch of American postmodernists: the anti-masculinist, anti-modernist lineage; 3. The living author-function: Duchamp's authority; 4. Duchamp's seduction: slippages of the authorial 'I'; 5. The ambivalence of Rose Selavy and the (male) artist as 'only the mother of work'; intertext, re-placing Duchamp's eroticism: seeing etant donnes from a feminist perspective; 6. Concluding remarks on the en-gendering of Marcel Duchamp.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Postmodernism and the En-Gendering Marcel Duchamp
Autor:
EAN: 9780521456548
ISBN: 0521456541
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 340
Gewicht: 636g
Größe: H235mm x B191mm x T18mm
Jahr: 1995