Anonymity & Identity : Geneviève Cadieux, Thomas Florschuetz, Gary Hill, Annette Messager, Holly Wright

High, Stevens S. and DePillars, Murry N. and Brothers, Leslie A. and Cypis, Dorit. Anonymity & Identity : Geneviève Cadieux, Thomas Florschuetz, Gary Hill, Annette Messager, Holly Wright. Richmond, VA: Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1993.

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Abstract (English)

De Pillars elaborates on the problems of the "indecent art" debates relevant to this exhibition of photo-based works that explore the use of fragmented body images, whose funding was revoked by the National Endowment for the Arts. High discusses the implications of fragmentation, Brothers examines women's struggle for identity as determined by bodily discourse and Cypis presents a narrative evoking the ideas generated by the works. Biographical notes. 9 bibl. ref.

Types: Catalogues > Exhibition catalogues
All Contributors: High, Stevens S. (Author); DePillars, Murry N. (Author); Brothers, Leslie A. (Author); Cypis, Dorit (Author)
Dossier: 360 - ANDERSON GALLERY, SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY (Richmond, VA)
Collation: 41 p. : 19 ill. (13 col.) ; 16 x 30 cm
ISBN: 0935519157
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Richmond, VA: Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University
Artists: Cadieux, Genevieve; Florschuetz, Thomas; Hill, Gary; Messager, Annette; Wright, Holly; Cypis, Dorit; Orlan
Art Organizations: Anderson Gallery, School Of The Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA)
Event Statement: Exhibition dates: 3 Sept. - 10 Oct. 1993, School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond) ; 3 Nov. - 23 Dec. 1993, The Art Gallery, University of Maryland.
Keywords: CENSORSHIP; BODY; FRAGMENTATION; HYSTERIA; FEMINITY; NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS
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Date Deposited: 24 Jan 1995
Last Modified: 25 Oct 2012 13:47
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/8341
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