Titel: Art/Women/California, 1950-2000: Parallels and Intersections
Autor/en: Whitney Chadwick
Herausgegeben von Diana Burgess Fuller, Daniela Salvioni
UNIV OF CALIFORNIA PR
Mai 2002 - kartoniert - 387 Seiten
An essay collection surveying women artist's in California and their contribution to shaping the California cultural profile. It is fully illustrated and interspersed with poetry and interviews.
Preface Diana Fuller Forward Susan Landauer Acknowledgements Introduction: Art in Context Daniel Salvioni CULTURAL OVERVIEW "I Dream I'm the Death of Orpheus" Adrienne Rich Reflecting on Histories as Histories Whitney Chadwick "Kopid'taya (A Gathering of Spirits)" Paula Gunn Allen Other Landscapes Angela Y. Davis PARALLELS Reconsidering the Terrain: Five Historical Perspectives "Coal" Audre Lorde Liberating Blackness and Interrogating Whiteness Phyllis J. Jackson "Yes, We are Not Invisible" Janice Mirikitani What Is an Asian American Woman Artist? Karin Higa Excerpt from "The Poet in the World" Denise Levertov Constructing a New Paradigm: European American Women Artists in California, 1950-2000 Laura Meyer "To We Who Were Saved by the Stars" Lorna Dee Cervantes Califia/Califas: A Brief History of Chicana California Amalia Mesa-Bains "Revolutionary Letter #21" Diane di Prima Uncovering/Recovering: Indigenous Artists in California Jolene Rickard INTERSECTIONS / Ley Lines Burning Down the House: Feminist Art in California (An Interview with Amelia Jones ) Daniela Salvioni and Diana Burgess Fuller A Collective History: Las Mujeres Muralistas Terezita Romo Indigenous Visionaries: Native Women Artists in California Theresa Harlan How The Invisible Woman Got Herself on the Cultural Map: Black Women Artists in California Judith Wilson INTERSECTIONS /Themes and Practices Landing in California Jennifer Gonzalez Women Artists in California and Their Engagement with Photography Sandra S. Phillips California Filming: Re-Imagining the Nation Rosa Linda Fregoso Construction Sites: Women Artists in California and the Production Space-Time Pamela Lee Exchanges Moira Roth and Suzanne Lacy Women, Art, and Technology: A Brief History JoAnn Hanley What Do We Want? The Subject Behind the Camera: Women Video Artists and Self-Articulation Nancy Buchanan Epilogue The Baby or the Bath Water; Being an Inquiry into the Nature of Woman,Womyn, Art, Time, and Timing in Five Thousand Words or Less Allucque Rosanne Stone List of Contributors List of Illustrations Index
Diana Burgess Fuller is an editor, curator, and arts administrator. Daniela Salvioni is an art critic and curator.
"An impressive and illuminating survey of art by women in California during the last half of the 20th century. Some of the images are intentionally shocking and unsettling, some are fanciful and lyrical, some are unashamed works of agitprop, and a few are all of these at once. . . . The art . . . always speaks for itself, and thus allows us to understand what the essayists are trying to say."--"Los Angeles Times Book Review