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JüRGENSSEN, BIRGIT

BIRGIT JüRGENSSEN

BIRGIT JüRGENSSEN
Edited by Gabriele Schor. Text by Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Elisabeth Bronfen, Sigrid Schade.
U.S. $60.00 | CAN $70
ISBN: 9783775724616 | SDNR30
PUB DATE: 5/31/2010 | Not available

The Austrian Birgit Jürgenssen (1949–2003) was one of the most outstanding feminist avant-garde artists in the world. Starting from the liberating potential of Surrealism and in a dialogue with her generation’s discourse on social critique, beginning in the late sixties she developed a multilayered, stylistically multifaceted kind of art. The female body and its metamorphoses were the focus of her work, which predominately comprised drawing, painting, and photography. The Sammlung Verbund has made possible the first monograph on her work. This richly illustrated volume includes previously unknown pieces from the artist’s estate, provides an analysis of Jürgenssen’s autonomous stance in art history, and examines her relationship to literature, psychoanalysis, and Structuralism.

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DIE DAMEN
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MERET OPPENHEIM: MIRRORS OF THE MIND
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SYLVIA SLEIGH
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CINDY SHERMAN
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FRANCESCA WOODMAN
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REGINA JOSé GALINDO
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GHADA AMER
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COOLING OUT
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MARTHA ROSLER: 3 WORKS
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CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN: SPLIT DECISION
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EVA SCHLEGEL: L.A. WOMEN
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CINDY SHERMAN: THE COMPLETE UNTITLED FILM STILLS
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LINDER: WORKS 1976-2006
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Birgit Jürgenssen Hatje Cantz Edited by Gabriele Schor. Text by Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Elisabeth Bronfen, Sigrid Schade.

Birgit Jürgenssen

Birgit Jürgenssen's work constitutes an activity of demystification, of unveiling what fetishism seeks to repress or disavow. What is remarkable is how inventively, playfully, imaginatively and above all, critically, Jürgenssen managed to dissect, expose and indeed deconstruct the psychic fetishism attached to the representation of femininity.

Abigail Solomon-Godeau, excerpted from her essay, "If the Shoe Fits: Fetishism, Femininity and Birgit Jürgenssen's Schuhwerk, published in Birgit Jürgenssen.

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ISBN: 9783775724616
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Birgit Jürgenssen

Edited by Gabriele Schor. Text by Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Elisabeth Bronfen, Sigrid Schade.
Published by Hatje Cantz

The Austrian artist Birgit Jürgenssen (1949–2003) was an outstanding heroine of the feminist avant garde. From the late 1960s she made the female body the focus of her work, through drawing, collage, painting and photography. With many previously unseen works from the artist's estate, this volume surveys Jürgenssen's career.

 

 
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