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Double Desire: Transculturation and Indigenous Contemporary Art

Ian McLean, Editor; Henry Skerritt, Contributor
Format
Book
Published
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.
Language
English
ISBN
9781443871334, 1443871338, 1443867438, 1322325243, 9781322325248, 9781443867436
Contents
  • Introduction, Ian McLean
  • Names, Ian McLean
  • Theories, Ian McLean
  • The Grass Ceiling: Painting, Gender, and Intercultural Collaboration, Una Rey
  • Collaborators: Third Party Transactions in Indigenous Contemporary Art, Quentin Sprague
  • Relational Agency: The Elcho Island Memorial, Nigel Lendon
  • The Challenge of Cross-Cultural Creativity, Maya Haviland
  • Indigenous Minimalism: Native Interventions, Larry M. Taylor
  • Postmodern Allegorists: Contemporary Native American Paintings, Lisa Roberts Seppi
  • The Feminish Shift: Time Travelling with Maria Hupfield, Christine Conley
  • Diaspora and Frontier in the Arcadia of Pantjiti Mary McLean, Darren Jorgensen
  • Is Art History Any Use to Aboriginal Artists: Gabriel Maralngurra's Contact Paintings, Henry Skerritt
  • "Africa=Recycling": Continuities and Discontinuities in the Reception of Africa Contemporary Art, Victoria L. Rovine
  • African Homeland Artists and the Contemporary Artworld: The Politics of Authenticity, Anitra Nettleton
  • Whose Identity Crisis? Between the Ehtnographic and the Art Museum, Margo Neale
  • Indigenous Art: From Appreciation to Art Criticism, David Garneau
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    a| TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART 1; NAMES; THEORIES; PART II; THE GRASS CEILING; COLLABORATORS; RELATIONAL AGENCY; THE CHALLENGE OF CROSS-CULTURALCREATIVITY; PART III; INDIGENOUS MINIMALISM; POSTMODERN ALLEGORISTS; THE FEMINIST SHIFT; DIASPORA AND FRONTIER IN THE ARCADIAOF PANTJITI MARY MCLEAN; IS ART HISTORY ANY USETO ABORIGINAL ARTISTS?GABRIEL MARALNGURRA'SCONTACT PAINTINGS; PART IV; "AFRICA = RECYCLING"; HOMELAND ARTISTSAND THE CONTEMPORARY ARTWORLD; WHOSE IDENTITY CRISIS?BETWEEN THE ETHNOGRAPHICAND THE ART MUSEUM; INDIGENOUS ART; CONTRIBUTORS.
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