Feminism and Contemporary Art: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Laughter

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INDEX
Page numbers in italic refer to pages with illustrations.
a
abstract expressionism 172 , 177
abstractionism, Russian 82
abusive language 23
Academy of Arts (St Petersburg) 87
“The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist” (Guerrilla Girls) 4
advertising 33 , 40 , 43 , 51 , 106 ;
Russian 93 , 95 ;
see also cris de paris;
streets
After Running (Samokhvalov) 98,99
aging:
representations of women 199 , 202
Ain’t Jokin’ (Weems) 174-6
Alberti, Leon Battista 160
Alchuk, Anna 95 , 97 , 135 ;
Untitled (1990) 96;
Untitled (1990) 124 , 125 , 126
“Alexander Miturich’s receipt for art supplies” (Miturich-Khlebnikova) 112 , 112
Allegory (Il Bronzino) 61
American Museum of Natural History 68 , 70 , 71
Anderson, Sherwood:
Winesburg, Ohio34-5
Androgyne (Spero) 21
Aphrodite (Nakhova) 118
Aragon, Louis 55 ;
La Révolution surréaliste192
Arcadia (Irons) 172 , 173
art education:
in Russia 87 , 91
art history 47 , 61 , 79-80 , 205 ;
feminist critique of 1-2 , 47-8
Art History and Class Struggle (Hadjinicolaou) 1
Artaud, Antonin 23
artists’ colonies:
Russian 82
Artists’ Union (Soviet Union) 99 , 100 , 112
At the Source of Life (Elagina) 127 , 128,131
Attendant (Cross) 165 , 166
Attie, David 93 ;
Russian Self-Portraits92,93
Attie, Dotty 60-8 ;
Barred from the Studio64 , 65 , 66 ;
Masters64 ;
Mixed Metaphors66,67 ;
A Violent Child63,64 ;
The Voyeurs64
Austen, Jane 184
avant-garde:
folk influence in 82 ;
women artists of 80-4 ,
Russian 7 , 91 , 124 ;
Western 84

b
Le Bain turc (Ingres) 53 , 58 , 61
Le Bain turc d’Ingres (exhibition) 53-4
Bakhtin, Mikhail 21 , 39 , 68 ;
on cris de Paris40 , 43 ;
history of laughter 16-19 , 23 ;
on Kerch terracottas 24-5 ;
Rabelais and His World3 , 6 , 16-19
Barnes, Alfred C. 50-1
Barnes Foundation 51
Baronnet, Marie:
Untitled (1994) 218 , 219
Barred from the Studio (Dotty Attie) 64 , 65 , 66
Barthes, Roland 2 , 15 , 30 , 49 , 71 ;
on the erotic 210 ;
on laughter 3 ;
on photography 50 ;
on realism 61
Bartky, Sandra Lee 195
Baudelaire, Charles 20
Baudrillard, Jean 31

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Laughter 11
  • 2 - Art History and Its (dis)contents 47
  • 3 - Reflections of Resistance: Women Artists on the Other Side of the Mir 77
  • 4 - Mothers of Invention 139
  • 5 - Mapping the Imaginary 156
  • 6 - Encore 182
  • Notes 226
  • Bibliography 229
  • Index 236
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