Cultural Colonisation and Contemporary Art
Acknowledgements 1. Introduction: Curatorial Imperialism? From 'Tate in the North' to Tate Liverpool's Capital of Culture - Jonathan Harris 2. Found in Conflict - Bashir Makhoul in conversation with Gordon Hon 3. Traffic in Remains: Identity and Resistance in Recent Work by Turkish Artists - Lewis Johnson 4. Writing Identities and Constructing Heritage in Latin American Architecture - Felipe Hernandez 5. Surface Tension: Reconsidering Horizontality in the Work of Iranian 'Diaspora' Artists - Amna Malik 6. Finding your Contemporaries: The Modernities of African Art - Will Rea 7. 'Lovers of LIfe ' for Heterogenous Time - Nicole Wolf 8. 'United Colours of Papau': Kamoro Arts and Cultural Appropriation - Karen Jacobs 9. Striking: The Right to Strike/ The Striking Image/ Striking the Right - Nicholas Mirzoeff 10. 'All that is solid melts into air' but 'I can't change anything': On the Identity of the Artist in the Networks of Global Capital - Angela Dimitrakaki 11. Identity Theft : Stealing, Faking, Forging in Contemporary Art - Laura Sillars List of Contributors
Identity Theft presents a striking package, starting with its controversial cover design. ... this book is successful in examining the fluid, contested and political nature of identity across cultures.
Robert J. Wallis Journal of Postcolonial Theory and Theology, Volume 2
Size: 220 x 175 mm
Copyright: © 2008
Publication: September 1, 2008
Series: Tate Liverpool Critical Forum 10