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    Decade of Negative Thinking Essays on Art, Politics, and Daily Life

    ISBN-10: 0822346028
    ISBN-13: 9780822346029
    Edition: 2010
    Author(s): Mira Schor
    Description: A Decade of Negative Thinking brings together writings on contemporary art and culture by the painter and feminist art theorist Mira Schor. Mixing theory and practice, the personal and the political, she tackles questions about the place of feminism  More...
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    Copyright Year: 2010
    Publisher: Duke University Press
    Publication Date: 1/25/2010
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 336
    Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 1.232
    Language: English

    A Decade of Negative Thinking brings together writings on contemporary art and culture by the painter and feminist art theorist Mira Schor. Mixing theory and practice, the personal and the political, she tackles questions about the place of feminism in art and political discourse, the aesthetics and values of contemporary painting, and the influence of the market on the creation of art. Schor writes across disciplines and is committed to the fluid interrelationship between a formalist aesthetic, a literary sensibility, and a strongly political viewpoint. Her critical views are expressed with poetry and humor in the accessible language that has been her hallmark, and her perspective is informed by her dual practice as a painter and a writer and by her experience as a teacher of art.

    Preface
    Introduction
    She Said, She Said: Feminist Debates, 1971-2009
    The ism that dare not speak its name
    Anonymity as a Political Tactic: Art Blogs, Feminism, Writing, and Politics
    Generation 2.5
    Email to a Young Woman Artist
    The Womanhouse Films
    Miss Elizabeth Bennett Goes to Feminist Boot Camp
    Painting
    Some Notes on Women and Abstraction and a Curious Case History: Alice Neel as a Great Abstract Painter
    Like a Veneer
    Modest Painting
    Blurring Richter
    Off the Grid
    Weather Conditions in Lower Manhattan, September 11, 2001, to October 2, 2001
    Trite Tropes
    Trite Tropes, Clich�s, or the Persistence of Styles
    Recipe Art
    Work and Play
    New Tales of Scheherazade
    Appendix: Work Document: Grey
    Notes
    Bibliography
    Index

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