Table of contents for The artist's joke / edited by Jennifer Higgie.

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Henri Bergson Laughter: An Essay on the Meaning of the Comic, 1900//000 
Sigmund Freud Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious, 1905//000 
Hugo Ball Dada Fragments, 1916¿17//000 
Hannah Höch The Painter, c. 1920//000 
Francis Picabia Five-Minute Intermission, 1920//000 
Funny Guy 391, 1921//000 
Pablo Picasso Poem, 1935//000 
Leonora Carrington The Debutante, 1939//000
André Breton Lightning Rod, 1940//000
Marcel Duchamp Selected Texts, Anthology of Black Humour, 1940//000 
Kristine Stiles Fluxus Performance and Humour, 1995//000 
Claes Oldenburg From The Store, 1961¿62//000
Ad Reinhardt To be Part of Things, 1966//000 
Robert Smithson From Ivan the Terrible to Roger Corman, or Paradoxes of Conduct in Mannerism as Reflected in the Cinema, 1967//000 
Arnulf Rainer Face Farces, 1971//000 
Andy Warhol The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B and Back Again), 1975//000 
Sheena Wagstaff Comic Iconoclasm, 1987//000 
Bruce Nauman Breaking the Silence: Interview with Joan Simon, 1987//000 
Peter Schjeldahl Ed Ruscha: Traffic and Laughter, 1991//000 
Jörg Heiser Curb Your Romanticism: Bas Jan Ader¿s Slapstick, 2006//000 
Carolee Schneemann From spool # 2 for Kitch¿s Last Meal, 1973//000 
Hélène Cixous The Laugh of the Medusa, 1975//000 
Guerrilla Girls The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist, 1988//000 
Richard Prince Tell Me Everything: Interview with Stuart Morgan, 1989//000 
Mike Kelley Foul Perfection: Notes on Caricature, 1989//000 
Barbara Kruger Not Funny, 1990//000 
Martin Kippenberger From B: Interview with Jutta Koether, 1990//000 
Ralph Rugoff Deviations on a Theme: Works by Paul McCarthy, 1993//000 
Jo Anna Isaak The Revolutionary Power of Women¿s Laughter, 1996//000 
Dave Hickey Frivolity and Unction, 1997//000 
Marlene Dumas The Blonde, the Brunette and the Black Woman, 1998//000 
Gregory Williams Jokes Interrupted: Martin Kippenberger¿s Receding Punchline, 2006//000 
Peter Fischli and David Weiss Interview with Jörg Heiser, 2006//000 
Sarah Lucas A Nod¿s as Good as a Wink: Interview with Carl Freedman, 1994//000 
Anna Tilroe The Laugh of No. 13, 1994//000 
Michael Bracewell Jesus Doesn¿t Want Me for a Sunbeam, 1995//000 
Hamza Walker Kara Walker, 1997//000 
Berys Gaut Just Joking: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Humour, 1998//000 
Ted Cohen Jokes: Philosophical Thoughts on Joking Matters, 1999//000 
Andrea Fraser Official Welcome, 2001//000 
Stuart Horodner Working and William, 2002//000 
Frances Stark I Recently Helped Repair the Broken Horn of Pan, 2003//000 
Suzanne Cotter The Unbearable Lightness of Being, 2003//000 
Alex Farquharson Sean Landers: Art and Language, 2004//000 
Raymond Pettibon Punk¿s Unofficial Artist: Interview with John O¿Connor, 2005//000 
Annika Ström Excuse me, but I need to lie down here and think about my next piece of art, 2005//000 
David Sedaris The First Six Moments from Twelve Moments in the Life of the Artist, 2005//000 
Dan Fox Poisoned Pen, 2006//000 
Nathaniel Mellors 1974 Refelctions./Microego./casseten of truth./2 PSTNZS hugging./Kinski Eats God and Vomits Man. Film Script, 2006//000 
Tom Morton Maurizio Cattelan: Infinite Jester, 2005//000 
Heike Munder Humour: The Secret of Aesthetic Sublimation, 2005//000 
Slavoj Zizek The Christian-Hegelian Comedy, 2005//000 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Wit and humor in art.
Arts, Modern -- 20th century.