Renton, Andrew; Walker, Caryn Faure. Post-Morality. Cambridge, England: Cambridge Darkroom, 1990.

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Abstract (English)

MacDonald encapsulates the 1980s as "post-morality", that functions as a pastiche of theoretical criticism. Walker examines the dichotomy between action and thought in "populist" and "structuralist" feminism. Biographical notes on 38 artists. 11 bibl. ref.

Types: Catalogues > Exhibition catalogues
All Contributors: Renton, Andrew (Author); Walker, Caryn Faure (Author); Macdonald, Claire (Curator); Macdonald, Claire (Prefacer); Harding, Anna (Curator); Harding, Anna (Prefacer)
Collation: 32 p. : 38 ill. ; 30 x 21 cm
ISBN: 0947532102
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Cambridge, England: Cambridge Darkroom
Artists: Anderson, Gary; Bewley, Jon; Bidewell, Dilys; Brennan, Tim; Burns, Bill; Charnley, Clare; Cliff, Peter; Courtenay, Philip; Daniel, Richard; DAPHNE (PHILLIPS, ANDREA); Davis, Kate; Ekins, Andrew; Grennan, Simon; Griffiths, David; Gupta, Sunil; Hall, Sharon; Howell, Anthony; Macilwaine, Anthony; Morris, Susan; Mossman, Anna; Parie, Guillaume; Raphael, Alistair; Ross, Monica; Rossi, Mario; Salaman, Naomi; Saunders, Nina; Sergy, Francoise; Shaw, Robin; Sinclair, Carol; Stathatos, John; Thomson, Mark; Thompson, Jamie; Wagg, Jamie; Woodward, Joanna; Wright, Alexa; Yass, Catherine; Yeadon, John; Zaidi, Ali Mehdi
Critics / Curators / Historians: Macdonald, Claire; Harding, Anna
Art Organizations: Exhibition Centres > Europe > United Kingdom - Cambridge Darkroom (Cambridge)
Event Statement: Exhibition organized by The Cambridge Darkroom and Kettle's Yard. -Exhibition dates: 10 Nov. 1990 - 6 Jan. 1991, The Cambridge Darkroom and Kettle's Yard (Cambridge).
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Date Deposited: 15 Apr 1991
Last Modified: 25 Oct 2012 13:33
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