EVA HESSE con Ingeminate, 1965
L’artista che ha rivoluzionato la scultura mentre il Minimalismo dettava
legge, tra le più influenti figure della storia dell’arte contemporanea,
in questa foto è ritratta con una sua opera.
CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN’S art isI not made for your confort, by PIPILOTTI RIST
“Mona Hatoum was chosen in recognition of her pioneering work in performance, installation and sculpture; and in raising our awareness of non-western perspectives,” said Iwona Blazwick, Director, Whitechapel Gallery.
HILMA AF KLINT, Paintings for the Temple
Hilma af Klint, The Swan, No. 1, Group IX/SUW, 1915
Between 1906 and 1915, Hilma af Klint created her central oeuvre, her Paintings for the Temple, 193 paintings in various series and groups. The overall idea is to convey the knowledge of how all is one, beyond the visible dualistic world. The temple to which the title refers does not necessarily relate to an actual building but can rather be seen as a metaphor for spiritual evolution.
HELENA ALMEIDA, My Work is My Body, My Body is My Work
Da série Pintura Habitada (Inhabited Painting), 1975
Through photography, Helena Almeida creates a strong relationship between representation (the act of painting or drawing) and presentation (of her own body as a “medium” of that act) “As if I were continuing to affirm: my painting is my body, my work is my body”.
F E M I N I S M A N D A R T H I S T O R Y N O W :
Radical Critiques of Theory and Practice, AAVV, 2016
‘This book is bound to expand the field of feminist art history, curatorial and
museum studies in significant and lasting ways, and to generate extensive
debate and further scholarship.’
Helena Reckitt, Senior Lecturer in Curating, Goldsmiths, University of London
ROMAINE BROOKS, Dipinti, disegni, fotografie