Bodyscape. Art Modernity and the Ideal Figure
This book 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. He shows the centrality of the body in the work of artists from da Vinci to Manet, from Paul Strand to Kiki Smith. He traces the many 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.
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