Friday, 18 February 2011

The body as a site of cultural representation

Current Project:
The body as a site of cultural representation...

Things to look at:

Bruce Nauman (on Wikipedia, Tate)

Chila Kumari Burman (homepage, British Art Council)

Diane Torr (homepage, Wikpedia, Scotsman interview)

Douglas Gordon (Wikipedia, Southbank exhib, Gagosian)

Frances Bacon (Wikipedia, Tate, his Estate)

Frida Khalo (Wikipedia)

Helen Chadwick (Wikipedia, Guardian interview, notebooks at Henry Moore Institute)

Jenny Saville (Wikipedia, Saatchi, Guardian interview)

Joel Peter Witkin (Wikipedia, Edelman Gallery)

John Copeland (homepage, artnet)

Kiki Smith (Wikipedia, MoMA)

Marcus Coates (Video on Tate Channel, Nomad)

Marina Abramovic (Wikipedia, MoMA, Guardian interview)

Mona Hatoum (Wikipedia, White Cube, Tate, Guardian interview)

Paul McCarthy (Wikipedia, Tate, Saatchi)

Rene Margritte (Wikipedia, Foundation Margritte, Rene Margritte Museum)

Rosemarie Trockel (Wikipedia, Tate, Frieze Magazine)

Sherin Neshatt (Wikipedia, Guardian interview, Time photo essay)

Susan Hiller (homepage, Wikipedia, Guardian interview)

Vanessa Beecroft (homepage, Wikipedia, Guardian interview)

Yinka Shonebare (homepage, Wikipedia, Tate)

Yves Klein (Yves Klein Archive, Wikipedia)

Chapman Brothers (homepage, Wikipedia, Whitecube)

Chuck Close (Process and Collaboration, Wikipedia)

Dorothy Cross (Wikipedia, Guestbook Lecture on Youtube, Kerlin Gallery)

Franco B (homepage, Wikipedia)

Hew Locke (homepage, BP artist talk on Tate, Wikipedia)

Janine Antoni (Wikipedia,

Jo Spence (Authorised siteWikipedia, Portfolio article, Biography)

Kamarooz Aram (official site, Perry Rubenstein Gallery)

Kara Walker (Wikipedia, Walker Art Centre resource)

Lucy Gunning  (Tate-Intermediate II, Re-Title, Chelsea College Profile)

Marc Quinn (Official, Wikipedia)

Marlene Dumas (Wikipedia, Saatchi, Tate)

Mary Kelly (OfficialWikipedia)

Orlan (official, Wikipedia, article/essay on Stanford)

Pippilotti Rist (officialWikipedia)

Raimi Gbadamosi (Wikipedia)

Richard Billingham (Wikipedia, BBC, Independent Interview)

Rineke Dijkstra (Wikipedia, ArtNet, Tate)

Ron Muek (Wikipedia, his Studio)

Sally Mann (Wikipedia,

Smith/Stewart - Gallery Site

Zarina Bhimji (Official, Wikipedia, Tate)

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