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Unspeakable Acts: Women, Art, and Sexual Violence in the 1970s (edição 2019)

por Nancy Princenthal (Autor)

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"The 1970s was a time of deep division and newfound freedoms. Galvanized by 'The Second Sex' and 'The Feminine Mystique', the civil rights movement and the March on Washington, a new generation put their bodies on the line to protest injustice. Still, even in the heart of certain resistance movements, sexual violence against women had reached epidemic levels. Initially, it went largely unacknowledged. But some bold women artists and activists, including Yoko Ono, Ana Mendieta, Marina Abramovic, Adrian Piper, Suzanne Lacy, Nancy Spero and Jenny Holzer, fired up by women's experiences and the climate of revolution, started a conversation about sexual violence that continues today. Some worked unannounced and unheralded, using the street as their theater. Others managed to draw support from the highest levels of municipal power. Along the way, they changed the course of art, pioneering a form that came to be called simply performance. Award-winning author Nancy Princenthal takes on these enduring issues and weaves together a new history of performance, challenging us to re-examine the relationship between art and activism, and how we can apply the lessons of that turbulent era to today." --… (mais)
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Título:Unspeakable Acts: Women, Art, and Sexual Violence in the 1970s
Autores:Nancy Princenthal (Autor)
Informação:Thames & Hudson Ltd (2019), Edition: 01, 304 pages
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In this book Princenthal explores how rape was dealt with in the 1970’s through art. It is a complicated story. It still is. Princenthal traces the confusion over how to define rape and the arguments about who the real victims are. She relates how various artists using various mediums struggled to come to grips with the consequences of rape to individuals and communities. Discussing rape reveals attitudes about gender, race, and power. Princenthal explores the differing perspectives on rape within the feminist movement. She describes how various artists chose to portray sexual violence and the messages the artists were trying to convey. This is a book for those wanting to understand how art influences and is influenced by larger societal issues and social movements. ( )
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"The 1970s was a time of deep division and newfound freedoms. Galvanized by 'The Second Sex' and 'The Feminine Mystique', the civil rights movement and the March on Washington, a new generation put their bodies on the line to protest injustice. Still, even in the heart of certain resistance movements, sexual violence against women had reached epidemic levels. Initially, it went largely unacknowledged. But some bold women artists and activists, including Yoko Ono, Ana Mendieta, Marina Abramovic, Adrian Piper, Suzanne Lacy, Nancy Spero and Jenny Holzer, fired up by women's experiences and the climate of revolution, started a conversation about sexual violence that continues today. Some worked unannounced and unheralded, using the street as their theater. Others managed to draw support from the highest levels of municipal power. Along the way, they changed the course of art, pioneering a form that came to be called simply performance. Award-winning author Nancy Princenthal takes on these enduring issues and weaves together a new history of performance, challenging us to re-examine the relationship between art and activism, and how we can apply the lessons of that turbulent era to today." --

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