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Mapping Modernisms : Art, Indigeneity, Colonialism, Paperback / softback Book

Mapping Modernisms : Art, Indigeneity, Colonialism Paperback / softback

Edited by Elizabeth Harney, Ruth B. Phillips

Part of the Objects/Histories series

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Mapping Modernisms brings together scholars working around the world to address the modern arts produced by indigenous and colonized artists.

Expanding the contours of modernity and its visual products, the contributors illustrate how these artists engaged with ideas of Primitivism through visual forms and philosophical ideas.

Although often overlooked in the literature on global modernisms, artists, artworks, and art patrons moved within and across national and imperial borders, carrying, appropriating, or translating objects, images, and ideas.

These itineraries made up the dense networks of modern life, contributing to the crafting of modern subjectivities and of local, transnationally inflected modernisms.

Addressing the silence on indigeneity in established narratives of modernism, the contributors decenter art history's traditional Western orientation and prompt a re-evaluation of canonical understandings of twentieth-century art history.

Mapping Modernisms is the first book in Modernist Exchanges, a multivolume project dedicated to rewriting the history of modernism and modernist art to include artists, theorists, art forms, and movements from around the world. Contributors. Bill Anthes, Peter Brunt, Karen Duffek, Erin Haney, Elizabeth Harney, Heather Igloliorte, Sandra Klopper, Ian McLean, Anitra Nettleton, Chika Okeke-Agulu, Ruth B.

Phillips, W. Jackson Rushing III, Damian Skinner, Nicholas Thomas, Norman Vorano

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  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 456 pages
  • Publisher: Duke University Press
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Theory of art
  • ISBN: 9780822368717

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