Art and Obscenity. By: Kerstin Mey Media of Art and Obscenity. See larger image Series: Art and Series. RRP: £ Online price: £ Saving: Save. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Nov 1, , JOHN A WALKER and others published ART AND OBSCENITY BY KERSTIN MEY. Read “Art and Obscenity” by Kerstin Mey with Rakuten Kobo. Explicit material is more widely available in the internet age than ever before, yet the concept of.
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ART & OBSCENITY by Prof. Kerstin Mey () – Sue Fox – Manchester School of Art
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I think this may have been better on the other side of kitsch, next to the obscdnity on ‘Know Thyself’. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? 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.
Biology and the Evolution of. 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. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Product Details Table of Contents.
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Kathy Herron marked it key to-read Mar 21, Could go into more depth about our fascination with obscenity, but overall good.
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Read more Read less. After signalling the importance of taboo in the introductory chapter, Mey moves into a discussion of transgression, referring to the Vienna Action Group, Pierre Mfy, Judy Chicago, and Yayoi Kasuma, among others. Nice review of both what is considered obscene and why and then an its relationship to art.
It provides a broad range of information from theoretical concepts to clinical applications, including important Aet rated it it was ok Jul 09, University of South Alabama Description: Art Since World of Art. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Books by Kerstin Mey. The text features reproductions of artists like Hans Bellmer, the Chapman Bros. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.
Unsurprisingly, the body features as a key concept in this chapter which is probably an understatement as I think that all obscenity shares an intimate connection to the body. If the previous chapter was kesrtin pushing the body to its limits then this chapter is about the body pushed beyond its limits, to the point of corruption, of expulsion.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. In this intelligent lerstin 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.