Alice Neel - Transatlantique

Alice Neel - Publisher Transatlantique / ER PUBLISHING - Ouvrage broché - 144 pages - Text in Bilingue Français / English - Published in 2022

At the invitation of Fabienne Dumont, seven women artists cast an eye on the work of American painter Alice Neel (1900-1984).

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Model 9782493808011
Artist Alice Neel
Author Edité par Fabienne Dumont. Textes de Cathryn Boch, Ymane Chabi-Gara, Nina Childress, Deborah De Robertis, Marie Docher, Marlene Dumas, Natacha Lesueur.
Publisher Transatlantique / ER PUBLISHING
Format Ouvrage broché
Number of pages 144
Language Bilingue Français / English
Dimensions 190 x 100
Published 2022

The work of Alice Neel is marked by a powerful political and social commitment. Down the years, she mainly produced portraits, realistic accounts of the remarkable diversity of America. For Transatlantique, art historian Fabienne Dumont brings together seven European women artists and their views on this exceptional body of work.

Fabienne Dumont (born 1972 in Montargis, France) is an art historian, art critic and associate professor at the University of Rennes 2, specializing in feminist, gender and queer issues addressed from a cultural, social, and political point of view. After editing the anthology La rébellion du Deuxième Sexe – L'histoire de l'art au crible des théories féministes anglo-américaines (1970-2000) (Les presses du réel, 2011), Dumont published her thesis as the book Des sorcières comme les autres: Artistes et féministes dans la France des années 1970 (PUR, 2014) and went on to co-edit two collective projects, L'histoire n'est pas donnée. Art contemporain et postcolonialité en France (PUR, 2016) and À l'Ouest toute ! Travailleuses de Bretagne et d'ailleurs (Les presses du réel, 2017). In 2019, she cocurated at the MAC VAL the exhibition Nil Yalter, TRANS/HUMANCE. On this occasion two books were published with her texts: Nil Yalter – Where the memories of migrants, feminists and workers meet mythology (MAC VAL Éditions) and Nil Yalter: Interview with Fabienne Dumont (Manuella Éditions/Aware).


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