A sweeping account of the way lesbian, gay, and bisexual people have challenged and changed society.
A fat activist with more than 30 years experience, lifts the lid on a previously unexplored social movement and offers a fresh perspective on one of the major problems of our times.
Illustrates the black political ideas that radicalized the artistic endeavors of musicians, playwrights, and actors beginning in the 1960s.
A moving tribute to the life and death of the artist’s white mother mother who raised her mixed-race children in the face of frequent racism 1960s but never let them forget they were of African descent and to be proud of their heritages. Includes selected poems by the same author.
See also D2230.
A lasting trace of and a vehicle for the Working Press, a collective publishing imprint which had the subtitle books by and about Working Class Artists, 1986-1996. The publication highlights some important works by working-class artists while providing a valuable resource for anybody interested in working with archive material.
Commissioned by the Institute for Contemporary Arts in 1995, The Story of M is a moving tribute to the life and death of the artist's white mother mother who raised her mixed-race children in the face of frequent racism 1960s but never let them forget they were of African descent and to be proud of their heritages.
Article reflecting on Disability Art, its radical inventiveness, and its documentation. Also to be found in P1750.
Two plays by Korean-American theatre practitioner and writer Young Jean Lee. “The Shipment” is a provocative look at African-American identity in today's not-quite post-racial society. “Lear” is an alternative re-working of Shakespeare's celebrated tragedy, focusing on the king's three daughters.
Close analysis of a selection of Hincapie’s works by Jenny Lopez.
A history and theory of ideas about identity in relation to visual arts discourses and practices in Euro-American culture.
An Interview with Neil Bartlett. This article can be found in Miscellaneous Articles 3 Binder
Addresses the multi-layered issue of camp, whose inexhaustible breadth of reference and theoretical relevance to the issues taken up by academic research in recent years have made it one of the most salient and challenging issues on the contemporary critical stage.
On the work of the culture jamming activist duo.
This item can be found in the locked glass cabinet.
This item is referenced in the Dreams for an Institution Guide (P2313).
Based on a new performance series the artist began in May at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art as part of the ‘Made in China’ exhibition.