A Queer Little History of Art

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Alex Pilcher

Description

The last century has seen a dramatic shift in gender and sexual identities for both men and women, reflected in artistic experimentation as artists have sought to challenge social conventions and push the boundaries of what has been deemed acceptable. The result is a wealth of deeply emotive and powerful art intended to express a range of desires and experiences but also to question, criticize, and provoke dialogue. This generously illustrated book showcases the breadth and depth of queer art from around the world since 1900, exploring identity, eroticism, relationships, hidden desires, love, and gender, revealing how experiences have also been shaped by class and ethnicity, and how art itself has played a key role in changing attitudes and crystalizing identities in different historic and contemporary contexts.

Additional information

Weight 292 g
Dimensions 14.2 x 17.1 cm
Publisher name Tate Publishing
Publication date 6 July 2017
Number of pages 160
Format Paperback / softback
Dimensions 14.2 x 17.1 cm
Weight 292 g
Alex Pilcher is a web developer at Tate with a background in art history, and is a member of Tate's LGBT network.