African american visual aesthetics a postmodernist view by driskell david c publication date 1995 topics african american art postmodernism kunst postmoderne aufsatzsammlung asthetik visual arts by black persons united states publisher washington smithsonian institution press collection inlibrary printdisabled internetarchivebooks americana digitizing sponsor internet archive . African american visual aesthetics a postmodernist view edited by david c driskell the global village of african american art keith morrison yet artists of color a group with an especially large stake in current interrogations of western hegemony all too often remained curiously outside the purview of precisely those critics most identified with so called new theory. African american visual aesthetics book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers in this collection of groundbreaking essays five promi. The contributors address such interrelated issues as an african american aesthetic identity personal experiences of culture the relationship between art and politics and the blurring of the distinction between art and craft they describe the new aesthetic of pan african art analyze individual works of art and argue that the multicultural embrace of the 1990s misappropriates african. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more
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