Lucy R. Lippard: Mixed Blessings: New Art in a Multicultural America (1990)

14 November 2017, dusan

Mixed Blessings is the first book to discuss the cross-cultural process taking place in the work of contemporary Latino, Native, African, and Asian American artists. Rich with illustrations of artworks in many different media, and filled with incisive quotes and unsettling reports, it is more than a book about art; it is a complex meditation on the relationships of people to their cultures. Lucy R. Lippard challenges conventional approaches and explores the role of images in a changing society. Among her subjects are the uncertainty of exile; the confusion of identity in attempts to climb out of the melting pot; and art that speaks for itself, reversing stereotypes and reclaiming history and memory.

Publisher Pantheon Books, New York, 1990
ISBN 0394577590, 9780394577593
vii+278 pages

Reviews: Publishers Weekly (1990), Nancy Schien Parks (Stud Art Edu, 1995).

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PDF (102 MB, no OCR)


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