Table of contents for A companion to contemporary art since 1945 / edited by Amelia Jones.

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List of Figures									xi
Notes on Contributors									xvi
Series Editor¿s Preface								xxiv
Acknowledgments									xxv
Part I Introduction									1
1 Writing Contemporary Art into History, a Paradox?
Amelia Jones										3
Part II Decades									23
1945¿60
2 ¿America¿ and its Discontents: Art and Politics 1945¿60
Gavin Butt										25
1960¿70
3 ¿1960¿70¿: A Decade Out-of-Bounds
Anna Dezeuze										56
1970¿80
4 ¿I¿m sort of sliding around in place . . . ummm . . . ¿: Art in the 1970s
Sam Gathercole									87
1980¿90
5 Pictures and Positions in the 1980s
Howard Singerman									119
1990¿2005
6 1990¿2005: In the Clutches of Time
Henry M. Sayre									155
Part III Aesthetics									183
Formalism 
7 Form and Formless
Caroline A. Jones									185
Art as Idea
8 Re-Thinking the ¿Duchamp Effect¿
David Hopkins									215
Beauty
9 Regarding Beauty
Margaret Morgan									246
Part IV Politics									281
Avant-Garde
10 Avant-Garde: A Historiography of a Critical Concept
Johanne Lamoureux									283
Activism
11 Facture for Change: US Activist Art since 1950
Jennifer Gonz lez and Adrienne Posner						316
Culture Wars
12 ¿The Senators Were Revolted¿: Homophobia and the Culture Wars
Jonathan D. Katz									347
Art and Its Public(s)
13 Crowds and Connoisseurs: Art and the Public Sphere in America
Grant Kester										376
Part V Identity/Subjectivity								405
The Artist
14 The Writerly Artist: Beautiful, Boring, and Blue
Carol Mavor										407
Diaspora
15 Diaspora: Multiple Practices, Multiple Worldviews
Steven Nelson										446
Feminism 
16 Power and Pleasure: Feminist Art Practice and Theory in the United States and Britain
Laura Meyer										476
Queer
17 Queer Wallpaper
Jennifer Doyle										512
Race/Ethnicity
18 Ethnicity: Alternative Black Art Theories in Contemporary Art
Pauline de Souza									535
Embodiment
19 The Paradoxical Bodies of Contemporary Art
Christine Ross										570
Part VI Methods/Theories								603
Marxism
20 A Shadow of Marx
Neil Cummings and Marysia Lewandowska						605
Poststructuralism 
21 Poststructuralism and Contemporary Art, Past, Present, Future . . . 
Sarah Wilson										633
Postcolonial Theory
22 ¿Fragments of Collapsing Space¿: Postcolonial Theory and Contemporary Art
Mark Crinson										672
Visual Culture
23 Visual Culture Studies: Questions of History, Theory, and Practice
Marquard Smith									703
Part VII Technology									732
Mass Culture, High/Low
24 ¿That's All Folks¿: Contemporary Art and Popular Culture
Nick Mirzoeff										734
Photography/Index
25 Image + Text: Reconsidering Photography in Contemporary Art
Liz Kotz										765
Spectacle/Appropriation
26Imagine There¿s No Image (It¿s Easy If You Try): Appropriation in the Age of Digital Reproduction
Dore Bowen										792
Digital Media 
27 ¿Life-like¿: Historicizing Process and Responsiveness in Digital Art
María Fern ndez									826
Index											860
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]fo[Figure 2.1 Aubrey Williams, Bone Heap, [date to come]
Figure 2.2 Richard Hamilton, Just What is it That Makes Today's Homes so Different, so Appealing? 1957
Figure 3.1 Jean Tinguely, Homage to New York, 1960
Figure 3.2 Yayoi Kusama posing in her Infinity Mirror Room ¿ Phalli¿s Field, 1965
Figure 3.3 Artur Barrio, Defl...- Situação¿+s+ ¿Ruas¿Abril... 1970, 1970
Figure 3.4 George Brecht, Games and Puzzles/Inclined Plane Puzzle, 1965¿76
Figure 3.5 Lygia Pape, Divisor, 1968
Figure 4.1 Leon Golub, Assassins, 1970
Figure 4.2 Gordon Matta-Clark, Conical Intersect, 1975
Figure 4.3 Judy Chicago, Georgia O'Keeffe place setting from The Dinner Party, 1979
Figure 4.4 Mary Kelly, Post-Partum Document, 1973¿9
Figure 4.5 Dan Graham, Performer/Audience/Mirror, 1977
Figure 5.1 ACT-UP (Gran Fury), Let the Record Show . . . , 1987
Figure 5.2 Pictures. Installation view at Artists Space, New York, 1977
Figure 5.3 Fashion Moda, 1982. Exterior murals by Crash
Figure 5.4 A New Spirit in Painting exhibition, 1981. Works by Markus Lupertz and Jannis Kounellis
Figure 5.5 Difference: On Representation and Sexuality exhibition, 1984¿5. Works by Sherrie Levine and Barbara Kruger
Figure 6.1 Vanessa Beecroft, VB 43 2000, 2000
Figure 6.2 Fred Wilson, Mine/Yours, 1995
Figure 6.3 Gerhard Richter, Dead (1), Tote (1) from October 18, 1977, 1988
Figure 7.1 Barnett Newman, Vir Heroicus Sublimis, 1950¿1
Figure 7.2 Robert Morris, Untitled (Threadwaste), 1968
Figure 8.1 Piero Manzoni, Artist¿s Breath (Fiato d¿artista), 1960
Figure 8.2 Saul Melman, Johnny on the Spot, 2003
Figure 9.1 Margaret Morgan, untitled still life, 2005 
Figure 9.2 Margaret Morgan, untitled still life, 2005
Figure 9.3 Felix Gonzalez-Torres in conjunction with Louise Lawler, ¿Untitled¿ (Beautiful), 1990
Figure 9.4 Margaret Morgan, detail of figure 9.3
Figure 9.5 Andrea Bowers, Crowd Drawing: LA Club Kid, Girl Waving, 1998/2004
Figure 9.6 Sam Durant, Palestinian Youths Throw Stones Toward Israeli Army Positions, Gaza, 2004, 2004
Figure 10.1 Marcel Duchamp, LHOOQ, 1919
Figure 10.2 Diego Velasquez's Rokeby Venus as slashed by suffragette Mary Richardson, 1914
Figure 10.3 Barbara Kruger, We Don¿t Need Another Hero, 1987
Figure 10.4 A queue at the Louvre in front of the empty spot of the stolen Mona Lisa, 1911
Figure 11.1 Asco, Walking Mural, 1972
Figure 11.2 Martha Rosler, House Beautiful: Bringing the War Home, 1967¿72
Figure 11.3 Institute of Applied Autonomy, iSee, 2001¿5
Figure 12.1 Rudy Lemcke, Installation, World AIDS DAY/Day Without Art, 1992
Figure 13.1 Robert Maki, Trapezoid E, 1975
Figure 13.2 Andrew Leicester, COBUMORA, 1984
Figure 13.3 Krzysztof Wodiczko, Astor Building, 1984
Figure 13.4 Suzanne Lacy with Barbara Clausen and 30 young women from Vancouver High Schools, Turning Point: Under Construction, 1997¿8
Figure 14.1 Mary Kelly, Post-Partum Document, 1973¿9
Figure 14.2 Chantal Akerman, still from Jeanne Dielman, 1975
Figure 14.3 Chantal Akerman, still from Jeanne Dielman, 1975
Figure 14.4 Family snapshot of Roland Barthes with his mother
Figure 14.5 Chantal Akerman, stills from Jeanne Dielman, 1975
Figure 15.1 Keith Piper, The Fictions of Science, 1996
Figure 15.2 Yinka Shonibare, Feather Pink, 1997
Figure 15.3 Shirin Neshat, Rebellious Silence, 1994
Figure 15.4 Renee Stout, Fetish #2, 1988
Figure 15.5 Iké Udé, Nigerian Vogue, 1994
Figure 16.1 Ana Mendieta, Alma Silueta en Fuego [Soul Silhouette on Fire], 1975
Figure 16.2 Faith Ringgold, Mrs. Brown and Catherine, 1973
Figure 16.3 Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party, 1979
Figure 16.4 Barbara Kruger, Untitled (You Thrive on Mistaken Identity), 1981
Figure 16.5 Cheri Gaulke, This Is My Body, 1982
Figure 16.6 Hung Liu, Mu Nu (Mother and Daughter), 1997
Figure 17.1 Andy Warhol, ¿At home on the back wall of a gay bar.¿ Sex Parts, 1978
Figure 18.1 Roshini Kempadoo, ¿The Great House,¿ 1996
Figure 18.2 Kara Walker, World's Exposition, 1997
Figure 18.3 Rachel Garfield, So You Think You Can Tell, 2001
Figure 18.4 Roshini Kempadoo, ¿The Field Gang,¿ 1996
Figure 19.1 Matthew Barney, Cremaster 4, 1994
Figure 19.2 Carolee Schneemann, Meat Joy, 1964
Figure 19.3 Tony Smith, Die, 1962/1968
Figure 19.4 Bridget Riley, Current, 1964
Figure 19.5 AA Bronson, Felix, June 5, 1994, 1994/1999
Figure 19.6 Adrian Piper, Catalysis III, 1970
Figure 20.1 Jeremy Deller, English Civil War, Part II (The Battle of Orgreave), 2001
Figure 20.2 Jeremy Deller, English Civil War, Part II (The Battle of Orgreave), 2001
Figure 20.3 Guillaume Bijl, Famous Furniture, 1997
Figure 20.4 Flea market in Warsaw, Poland, 1997
Figure 21.1 Thomas Hirshchorn, 24 Hour Foucault, 2004
Figure 21.2 Gérard Fromanger, Michel, Portrait de Michel Foucault, 1976
Figure 21.3 Maria Pszonak, Paradiso, 2004
Figure 21.4 Michel Journiac, Hommage à Freud, 1972¿84
Figure 21.5 Jacques Monory, Jean-François Lyotard, in Monory's studio
Figure 21.6 Paul Virilio with Adrien Sina, Virtual Urbanity, 1996
Figure 22.1 Sonia Boyce, Head 1 (Skin) and Head 2 (Dread), 1995
Figure 22.2 Gordon Bennett, Possession Island, 1991
Figures 22.3 and 22.4 Lubaina Himid, Cotton.Com, 2002
Figure 22.5 Steve McQueen, Western Deep, 2002
Figure 23.1 Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, Untitled, 2004
Figure 23.2 Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, Untitled, 2004
Figure 23.3 Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, Untitled, 2004
Figure 23.4 Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, Untitled, 2004
Figure 23.5 Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, Untitled, 2004
Figure 24.1 Samuel Fosso, Untitled, 1977
Figure 24.2 Eadweard Muybridge, The Horse in Motion, 1878
Figure 25.1 Robert Smithson, Monuments of Passaic, 1967
Figure 25.2 Hans Haacke, Shapolsky et al. Manhattan Real Estate Holdings, a Real-Time Social System as of May 1, 1971, 1971
Figure 25.3 On Kawara, I Got Up, 1968 
Figure 25.4 Adrian Piper, Here and Now, 1968 
Figure 25.5 Victor Burgin, Photo-path, 1967¿9 
Figure 25.6 Victor Burgin, Possession, 1976 
Figure 25.7 Douglas Huebler, 100 E/ Variable Piece #70: 1971, ¿One person who is as pretty as a picture,¿ 1977
Figure 26.1 Bill Viola, Silent Mountain, 2001
Figure 26.2 Jean Philippe-Baert, Coagulation, 2002
Figure 26.3 Binh Danh, Mother and Child, 2001
Figure 26.4 Pierre Huyghe, The Third Memory, 1999
Figure 26.5 Jim Campbell, Illuminated Average #1: Hitchcock¿s Psycho, 2000
Figure 27.1 Edward Ihnatowicz, Senster, 1971
Figure 27.2 EAT, Pepsi Cola Pavilion, 1970
Figure 27.3 Agnes Hegedus, Handsight, 1992
Figure 27.4 Ken Rinaldo, Autopoiesis, 2000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Art, Modern -- 20th century -- History.
Art, Modern -- 21st century -- History.