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In this intelligent and sensitive book, Kerstin Mey grapples with the work of twentieth-century artists practising at the edges of acceptability, from Hans Bellmer through to Nobuyoshi Araki, from Robert Mapplethorpe to Annie Sprinkle, and from Hermann Nitsch to Paul McCarthy.
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From the outset, I should warn the reader that I actually read this book in Paperbackpages. Explicit material is more widely available in the internet age than ever before, yet arrt concept of “”obscenity”” remains as difficult to ad down as it is to approach without bias: There was a problem filtering reviews right now.
Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Showing of 2 reviews. Miss Deed added it Jan 14, Mey presents a clear argument, well supported by references and a considered approach of the boundaries of art paying some attention to literature and ‘new’ media. Mobility and Fantasy in Visual Culture. The review must be at least 50 characters long.
After my the importance of taboo in the introductory chapter, Mey moves into a discussion of transgression, referring to the Vienna Action Group, Pierre Monlinier, Judy Chicago, and Yayoi Kasuma, among others.
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Lynda Nead also gets a mention, which seems quite appropriate, given her earlier work, which covered similar ground: In this intelligent and sensitive book, Kerstin Mey grapples with the work of twentieth century artists practising at the edges of acceptability, from Hans Bellmer through to Nobuyoshi Araki, from Robert Mapplethorpe to Annie Sprinkle, and from Hermann Nitsch to Paul McCarthy.
Open Preview See a Problem? Could go into more depth about our fascination with obscenity, but overall good. The reproductions could be a little larger but they do serve their purpose insofar as they supplement the insightful thesis that Mey runs through.
Books by Kerstin Mey. Each representation is different to the next and each image serves to represent At this juncture in the book, the author begins to address obscenity in more innovative ways. But Is It Art?: Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. The Sense of Sight.
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This book was semi-interesting, but it drags a lot. Mey refuses sweeping statements and “kneejerk” responses, arguing with dexterity that some works, regardless of their “high art” context, remain deeply problematic, while others are both groundbreaking and liberating. Oobscenity About Art and Obscenity.
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