A Queer Little History of Art

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A celebration of over 100 years of queer creativity, featuring 70 outstanding works of drawing, painting, photography, sculpture and installation. Over the last century, many artists have made works that challenge dominant models of gender and sexuality. The results can be sexy or serious, satirical or tender, discreetly coded or defiantly outspoken. This beautiful book […]

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A celebration of over 100 years of queer creativity, featuring 70 outstanding works of drawing, painting, photography, sculpture and installation.

Over the last century, many artists have made works that challenge dominant models of gender and sexuality. The results can be sexy or serious, satirical or tender, discreetly coded or defiantly outspoken. This beautiful book illustrates the wide variety of queer art from around the world exploring bodies and identity, love and desire, and prejudice and protest through drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, and installation. Seventy outstanding works from 1900 to the present reveal how queer experiences have differed across time and place, and how art has been part of a story of changing attitudes and emerging identities. Featuring works by, among others, Egon Schiele, Duncan Grant, Claude Cahun, Hannah Höch, Frida Kahlo, David Hockney, Glenn Ligon, Zanele Muholi, Allyson Mitchell and Tomoko Kashiki, all of whom subverted the norms of their day via bold, new forms of expression, A Queer Little History of Art is a celebration of more than 100 years of queer creativity.

Publisher: Tate Publishing (October 10, 2017)
Language: English
Paperback: 160 pages
ISBN: 978-1849765039
Item Weight: 284 g.
Dimensions: 14,4 x 17,1 x 2 cm.