British Black Art: Debates on the Western Art History


  • British Black Art: Debates on the Western Art History
  • Sophie Orlando
  • 14 September 2017
  • 2914563760

2 thoughts on “British Black Art: Debates on the Western Art History

  1. Z. A. Nusseibeh Z. A. Nusseibeh says:

    Excellent


  2. Warren E. Crichlow Warren E. Crichlow says:

    The writing is surprisingly poor and, for a work of art historical survey, analytically convoluted The topic deserves a smarter, provocative and interdisciplinary investigation of contemporary Black British art and art history the political, cultural, and aesthetic specificity through which new and future interpretive work might be realized.


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British Black Art: Debates on the Western Art HistoryThe conditions of development of British Black Art are tied up with a social and cultural history of Europe, especially the anti immigration policies of Margaret Thatcher and their consequences, such as the Brixton riots of the early s British Black Art Works suggests new narratives about canonical artworks of the British Black Art movement, such as Lubaina Himid sFreedom and Change, Eddie ChambersDestruction of the National Front and Sonia Boyce sLay Back Keep Quiet and Think of What Made Britain So Great, interrogating their critical agency from an art historical perspective These artworks, art historian Sophie Orlando argues, imply a critical analysis of Western art history This volume introduces readers to an important, long marginalized movement and recontextualizes it with groundbreaking scholarship


About the Author: Sophie Orlando

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