The Male Body in Feminist Art
Sexuality as a central theme in art was, until the 1970s, dominated primarily by the male view of the female body. Feminist artists also concentrated on their own body, while a (hetero-)erotic view of men is still an exception today. When feminist artists cast their desiring gaze at the male body they consequently break various taboos. With their pictures of men, they assert a claim to sexual self-determination and artistic authority. They simultaneously call classical role attributions into question. The publication accompanying the exhibition at the Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken provides fascinating insights into this fresh point of view
Artists: Louise Bourgeois (USA), Sophie Calle (FR), Anke Doberauer (DE), Tracey Emin (GB), Alicia Framis (ES), Kathleen Gilje (USA), Eunice Golden (USA), Anna Jermolaewa (RU),Herlinde Koelbl (DE), Mwangi Hutter (KE/DE), ORLAN (FR), Aude du Pasquier Grall (FR), Julika Rudelius (DE), Carolee Schneemann (USA), Joan Semmel (USA), Susan Silas (USA), Jana Sterbak (CAN), Betty Tompkins (USA), Paula Winkler (DE)
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Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken / Andrea Jahn
Andrea Jahn, Amelia Jones, Richard Meyer, Rachel Middleman
Nicolas Zupfer, Stuttgart
IN THE CUT – The Male Body in Feminist Art, 18.5.– 30.9.2018, Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken