This collection of essays considers various artists who have withdrawn from the art world or adopted an antagonistic position toward its mechanisms.
This volume offers a historical overview of the Los Angeles assemblage movement of the 1960s and 70s. It focuses on works by primarily African-American artists often omitted from mainstream gallery and museum historical exhibitions.
An indepth analysis of the work of three significant African diaspora artists – David Hammons, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons and Pamela Z – with essays examining site specific installations and peformances concieved by these artists for Dak'Art 2004, the Biennale of Contemporary African Art
Catalogue comprising of the work of more than 65 artists, featuring a variety of media, from the exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
Catalogue of an exhibition exploring the changing perceptions of African-American masculinity as interpreted in painting, sculpture, photography, and mixed-media work, as well as in film and video.
Gathers together Fusco’s finest writings since 1995 and includes critical essays by Jean Fisher and Caroline Vercoe that interpret her work.