How Art Becomes History: Essays on Art, Society, and Culture in Post-New Deal America

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INDEX
Note: Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
Abstract Expressionism, 154, 180
accreditation of museums, 148, 188
Accused/Blowtorch/Padlock ( Williams), 86, 87, 183
ACT UP, xx, 39-41
Adams, Alonso,190
Adams, Dennis, xxiin4
Adams, Eddie, 12
Adams, Randall Dale, 138-39
Afri-Cobra, 187
AIDS, xiv, 27, 39-41, 45n27, 155, 168n26, 170n37
alternative institutions, 165, 172, 173, 188
American Association of Museum Directors, 162
American Association of Museums (AAM), 148, 188
Anderson, Laurie, 168n26
Andrews, Benny, 168n18
Angry Arts Against the War in Vietnam, 66, 70, 72
"Anti-Illusion: Procedures/Materials," 33
antiwar movement, 63, 65-75
Antonio, Emile de, 64
"Appropriate Object, The," 154
Armajani, Siah, 168n26
Artists' Strike Against Racism, Repression and War, 66
Art Workers' Coalition, 32, 33, 66, 68
Association of African-American Museums, 148
Authority of Law and the Contemplation of Justice, The ( Young K.), 124, 125, 126
autobiographical narratives, 102
Baranik, Rudolf, 70, 72
Barnard, George, 2, 16
Baron, Blaire, 118
Barr, Alfred H., 31-32, 34, 43n14, 172
Barry, Judith, 44n19
Barthes, Roland, xx, 6-7, 67, 76n7, 135
Bearden, Romare, 146, 148, 154
Bell, Derrick A., Jr., 140
Belskie, Abram, 78, 79
Benjamin, Walter, 16, 100
Berkey, Dan, 118
Berkowitz, Terry, 43n10
Berlin Dada, 26
Bhabha, Homi, 101, 107, 170n37
Big Four-Oh, The ( Piper), 102
Black Emergency Cultural Government, 167n18
Blackmun, Harry, 123, 133, 134n1
"Black Photographers Bear Witness: 100 Years of Social Protest," 157, 160
black studies programs, 182
"Blues Aesthetic, The: Black Culture and Modernism," 154
Bolin, Gaius Charles, 160
Bone Player, The ( Mount), 158
Bracho, Angel, 43n10
Brady, Mathew, 2, 16
Brooklyn Museum, 166n4, 170n32, 173
Brown, Claudine, 173
Brown, Sterling, 178
Brown, Trisha, 114
Bruce, Lenny, 118
Buckley, William F., 40

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How Art Becomes History: Essays on Art, Society, and Culture in Post-New Deal America
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction: How Art Becomes History xiii
  • Notes xxii
  • 1 - FSA: The Illiterate Eye 1
  • II - Of Cold Wars and Curators: the Case of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg 23
  • III - World Fairness 46
  • V - Race and Representation 78
  • VI - Black Skin, White Masks: Adrian Piper and the Politics of Viewing 93
  • VII - Culture Stories/American Myths 114
  • VIII - Are Art Museums Racist? 143
  • Notes 166
  • Index 195
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