Andrés Serrano, Bell Hooks, Brian Wallis, Bruce Ferguson, Amelia Arenas. S ' ! tï 1 1:1 Hmven and Hell M:'k, Blood Milk, :'js; Piss.
Author: Andres Serrano
Publisher: Takarajimasha Incorporated
The controversial art world of Andres Serrano.
Above: Blood Cross, by Andres Serrano (1985). Right: a study for one of Kandinsky's "compositions" (1913). Miranda Weese (partnered here by Ben HuysJ ...
New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
Watching Over the Wounded Eyes of Georges Bataille and Andres Serrano KYLIE RACHEL MESSAGE By positioning Georges Bataille's 1928 Story of the Eye and ...
Author: Elizabeth Klaver
Publisher: Popular Press
This compelling book brings together physicians, artists, and scholars of film, literature, philosophy, art, and politics to discuss the representation of the corpse in Western culture. Spanning a timeline from the Renaissance to the present, these essays introduce readers to a modern autopsy, a public execution and dissection in seventeenth-century England, the genre of postmortem photography, the corpse as artist’s model, images of dead women in such popular films as Copycat and The Silence of the Lambs, and post-mortem scenes in the works of Flaubert, Balzac, Andres Serrano, and others.
Serrano returns again and again to scandalous or uncomfortable themes like religion, death, sex and violence, and his work prompts debate or even violent reaction, making vandalism and censorship inexorably part of the story of Serrano's ...
Author: Andres Serrano
Publisher: Silvana Editoriale
Andres Serrano (born 1950) has photographed the homeless, Ku Klux Klansmen, corpses and feces, but he is most famous--or infamous, in some circles--for his “Piss Christ” (1987), showing a crucifix submerged in the artist’s urine. Serrano returns again and again to scandalous or uncomfortable themes like religion, death, sex and violence, and his work prompts debate or even violent reaction, making vandalism and censorship inexorably part of the story of Serrano’s art as well. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium, Andres Serrano: Uncensored Photographspresents the many faces of Serrano and his work, tracing the trajectory of his career in more than 100 photographs.
12 Andres Serrano Interviewed by Christian Walker Andres Serrano's photo - based ... Both before and since the controversy began , Serrano's work has often ...
Author: Glenn Harper
Publisher: SUNY Press
This book presents interviews with some of the most provocative artists of the postmodern era. These sculptors, writers, filmmakers, activists, and performance artists have forged a new vision of art that is confrontational, political, and concerned with interrupting the domination of our lives by mass culture.
Andres Serrano ( b . 1950 ) Afro - Cuban , Honduran - American Photographer Andres Serrano is best known for transforming body fluids into an art medium ...
Author: Kristin G. Congdon
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Profiles seventy-five artists from the United States, Central and South America, and the Caribbean, offering biographical information and commentary on the work of each artist.
Andres Serrano, Patrick T. Murphy, Robert Carleton Hobbs, Wendy Steiner, Marcia Tucker. Selected Bibliography Indiana , Gary .
Author: Andres Serrano
Publisher: Inst of Contemporary Art
" ... an American photographer and artist who has become famous through his photos of corpses and his use of feces and bodily fluids in his work ..."--Wikipedia.
Andres Serrano , The Morgue ( John Doe Baby II ) , 1992. Cibachrome , silicone , Plexiglas , wood frame , 49 1/2 x 60 in . unframed , 54 3/4 x 65 1/4 x 3/4 ...
Author: Maria Gertrudis Bal
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
A rigorous, rewarding work, "Quoting Caravaggio" is at once a meditation on history as a creative, nonlinear process; a study of the work of Caravaggio and the Baroque; and a brilliant critical exposition of contemporary artistic expression. 62 color plates. 25 halftones.
8 Serrano found that possibility repugnant, but knew he "had to grapple with the idea ... 3 Quoted In Coco Fusco, "Andres Serrano Shoots the Klan," High ...
Author: Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Publisher: Third Millennium Information Ltd
This book accompanies and celebrates the inaugural exhibition at the new Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, designed by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando. The central subject of and impetus for this building from the beginning has been art, with particular emphasis on the display of the permanent collection. Of the 153,000 square feet of space to support space that emphasizes art like few museums in the world. That the first exhibition in these pristine galleries is devoted to the collection is a testament of pride and priority. Works by approximately 150 artists, covering a wide range of movements, especially postwar Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, and Minimalism, are currently displayed over the Museum's three two-story gallery pavilions. Together they present a broad range of styles and media, from oil, acrylic, and mixed-media paintings and drawings to photography, sculpture, installation art, and video and digital imagery. In honor of the Museum's 110th anniversary, 110 of these artists have been chosen for inclusion in this publication. Each artist's work is presented in the form of a large color plate and a detailed text entry, together with footnotes and key artist information. A selection of the artists - notably Philip Guston, Anselm Kiefer, Gerhard Richter, and Robert Motherwell - are presented in the form of extended monographic essays, accompanied by up to eight works, as a reflection of their importance in the Museum's permanent collection and their wider importance in the development of postwar art.
William H. Honan , " Congressional Wrath : Andres Serrano's Christ in Urine Picture Sparks Possible Fund Cutoff , " Chicago Tribune ( September 7 , 1989 ) .
Author: Robert Wuthnow
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Exploring the relationship between the spiritual and the sacred, the author of Growing Up Religious reveals the spiritual insights of Broadway performers, gospel singers, jazz musicians, poets, painters, weavers, and dancers.
“On the Edge with Andres Serrano, Contemporary Photography's Artist Bad Boy.” Art Review, December 20, 2000. “Comments on Andres Serrano by Members of the ...
Author: Roger Chapman
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
A collection of letters from a cross-section of Japanese citizens to a leading Japanese newspaper, relating their experiences and thoughts of the Pacific War.
Author: Andres Serrano
Publisher: Damiani Editore
The images included in this book are recreations and reinterpretations or religious paintings. Andres Serrano, who was recently in the news after his work 'Piss Christ' was vandalized by Catholic radicals in Avignon, has reinterpreted and recreated medieval and Renaissance religious paintings.
DAVID GREENE Exhibition Catalogues Andres Serrano, text by Gertrude Sandqvist, translated by Ruth Waaler, 1991 The Morgue, text by Daniel Arasse, ...
Author: Derek Jones
"Censorship: A World Encyclopedia presents a comprehensive view of censorship, from Ancient Egypt to those modern societies that claim to have abolished the practice. For each country in the world, the history of censorship is described and placed in context, and the media censored are examined: art, cyberspace, literature, music, the press, popular culture, radio, television, and the theatre, not to mention the censorship of language, the most fundamental censorship of all. Also included are surveys of major controversies and chronicles of resistance. Censorship will be an essential reference work for students of the many subjects touched by censorship and for all those who are interested in the history of and contemporary fate of freedom of expression."--Publisher's description.
39 The Morgue : Andres Serrano Jim Harold ( February / March 1994 ; re - written January 1999 ) Jim Harold is a photographer and writer .
Author: David Brittain
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Founded in 1968, Creative Camera has been a forum for influencing the shape and direction of modern photography.
These interpretations share a common need to impose order on magic , hence to kill , as it were , the spirit of the Naufragios . Is this what Andrés Serrano ...
Author: José Rabasa
Publisher: Duke University Press
Explores the representations of violence in colonial Nuevo Mexico as seen in history and fiction literature of the period.
Paul H-O, “Andres Serrano at Paula Cooper.” Clemens Bomsdorf, “No Sex Please, We're Swedish: Nationalists Call for a Return to Tradition,” The Art Newspaper ...
Author: Jennifer Tyburczy
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Winner of the 29th annual Lambda Literary Award for LGBT Studies All museums are sex museums. In Sex Museums, Jennifer Tyburczy takes a hard look at the formation of Western sexuality—particularly how categories of sexual normalcy and perversity are formed—and asks what role museums have played in using display as a technique for disciplining sexuality. Most museum exhibits, she argues, assume that white, patriarchal heterosexuality and traditional structures of intimacy, gender, and race represent national sexual culture for their visitors. Sex Museums illuminates the history of such heteronormativity at most museums and proposes alternative approaches for the future of public display projects, while also offering the reader curatorial tactics—what she calls queer curatorship—for exhibiting diverse sexualities in the twenty-first century. Tyburczy shows museums to be sites of culture-war theatrics, where dramatic civic struggles over how sex relates to public space, genealogies of taste and beauty, and performances of sexual identity are staged. Delving into the history of erotic artifacts, she analyzes how museums have historically approached the collection and display of the material culture of sex, which poses complex moral, political, and logistical dilemmas for the Western museum. Sex Museums unpacks the history of the museum and its intersections with the history of sexuality to argue that the Western museum context—from its inception to the present—marks a pivotal site in the construction of modern sexual subjectivity.