Louise Nevelson's Sculpture: Drag, Color, Join, Face
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A daring reassessment of Louise Nevelson, an icon of twentieth-century art whose innovative procedures relate to gendered, classed, and racialized forms of making
Organized around a series of key operations in Nevelson's own process (dragging, coloring, joining, and facing), the book comprises four slipcased, individually bound volumes that can be read in any order. Both form and content thus echo Nevelson's own modular sculptures, the gridded boxes of which the artist herself rearranged. Exploring how Nevelson's making relates to domesticity, racialized matter, gendered labor, and the environment, Bryan-Wilson offers a sustained examination of the social and political implications of Nevelson's art. The author also approaches Nevelson's sculptures from her own embodied subjectivity as a queer feminist scholar. She forges a boldly intersectional art history that places Nevelson's assemblages in dialogue with a wide array of marginalized worldmaking and underlines the artist's proclamation of allegiance to blackness.
352 pages, Softcover, June 2023.
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