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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Nicholas Mirzoeff
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    Routledge; 1 edition (December 20, 1995)
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    214 pages
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In Bodyscape, Nicholas Mirzoeff explores body images in visual culture, from revolutionary France to. .

In Bodyscape, Nicholas Mirzoeff explores body images in visual culture, from revolutionary France to contemporary New York. Mirzoeff’s illuminating study engages with artists’ use of different kinds of body images in painting, sculpture, photography and film.

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Bodyscape: Art, Modernity. has been added to your Cart. Nicholas Mirzoeff is Associate Professor of Art History at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

Western art has long sought to find a perfect method of representing the body. At the same time as we have lost faith in the certainty of the modernist project, the perfect, straight, white body of modernism is now seen as fiction. But what sort of body will take its place?

Western art has long sought to find a perfect method of representing the body. But what sort of body will take its place? This work explores body images in visual culture, from revolutionary France to contemporary New York.

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Nicholas Mirzoeff is a visual culture theorist and professor in the Department of Media, Culture and . Bodyscape: Art, Modernity and the Ideal Figure (London and New York: 1995) translated into Korean.

Nicholas Mirzoeff is a visual culture theorist and professor in the Department of Media, Culture and Communication at New York University. He is best known for his work developing the field of visual culture and for his many books and his widely used textbook on the subject. He was also Deputy Director of the International Association for Visual Culture from 2012-2016 and organized its first conference in 2012. Silent Poetry: deafness, sign and visual culture in modern France (Princeton and London: Princeton University Press, 1995). Nicholas Mirzoeff is Director of the Visual Culture program at New York University

Western art has long sought to find a perfect method of representing the body. Nicholas Mirzoeff is Director of the Visual Culture program at New York University. He is the author of "Watching Babylon: The War in Iraq and Global Visual Culture" (2005) and "An Introduction to Visual Culture "(1999).

Bodyscape: Art, modernity and the ideal figure. Silent poetry: Deafness, sign, and visual culture in modern France. Princeton University Press, 2019. How To See The World. Visualizing the anthropocene.

Western art has long sought to find a perfect method of representing the body. At the same time as we have lost faith in the certainty of the modernist project, the perfect, straight, white body of modernism is now seen as fiction. But what sort of body will take its place? This work explores body images in visual culture, from revolutionary France to contemporary New York. It engages with artists' use of different kinds of body images in painting, sculpture, photography and film, and shows the centrality of the body in the work of artists from da Vinci to Manet, from Paul Strand to Kiki Smith. Also covered are the ways in which concerns about race, gender, sexuality, nation and technology are reflected in representations of the body and the body politic, from the paintings of David to the Vietnam veterans memorial.