Women Artists - The Linda Nochlin Reader

Linda Nochlin is one of the most prolific, intellectually accessible and innovative art historians of our time. She studied the social and institutional structures that have influenced the work made by women artists, and their professional and historical status.
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Description

While anthologies of Nochlin's writing published to date have focused on specific subjects or periods, such as the 19th century, Women Artists brings together 30 essays in which she studied female artists and the key questions of women's roles and status in the arts. It includes both her major thematic texts and her monographic texts on major women artists, both historical and modern.

Description & Features

Characteristics

Paperback.
Colour illustrations.

Authors
Edited by Maura Reilly, art historian and curator. She was the founding curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, where she organised the critically acclaimed Global Feminisms: New Directions in Contemporary Art, co-curated with Linda Nochlin (2007).
Publisher
Thames & Hudson
Dimensions
240 mm x 170 mm x 40 mm
Publication year
2015
Number of pages
472
Number of illustrations
230
EAN
9780500295557

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