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Feminism and Contemporary Art: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Laughter [Paperback]

Jo Anna Isaak
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July 19 1996 0415080150 978-0415080156 1
First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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The editors' twofold goal of tying theoretical discussions to actual works of art in clear and accessible terminology is successfully realized in Isaak's book.
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This book is an interesting collection of power- ful essay's on the Postmodernist condition and how that has shaped the role of women artists to- day. Whether these strategies are being employed fashionably or in thoughtful disregard to presumed male prejudice is well argued and perceptive.
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This book is an interesting collection of power- ful essay's on the Postmodernist condition and how that has shaped the role of women artists to- day. Whether these strategies are being employed fashionably or in thoughtful disregard to presumed male prejudice is well argued and perceptive.
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