THE IMAGE OF THE BLACK IN WESTERN ART
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The Image of the Black in Western Art, Volume V: The Twentieth Century, Part 1: The Impact of Africa

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ISBN 9780674052673

Publication Date: 02/24/2014

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320 pages

195 color illustrations, 25 halftones

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The Image of the Black in Western Art > Volume V: The Twentieth Century

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  • Preface to The Image of the Black in Western Art [David Bindman and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.]
  • Acknowledgments [David Bindman, Karen C.C. Dalton, and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.]
  • Introduction [David Bindman]
  • I. Photography, Popular Imagery, Anthropology, and Racial Theory
    • 1. Counteracting the Stereotype: Photography in the Nineteenth Century [Deborah Willis]
    • 2. Marketing Racism: Popular Imagery in the United States and Europe [Tanya Sheehan and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.]
    • 3. Visual Culture and the Occupation of the Rhineland [Vera Ingrid Grant]
    • 4. Anthropology and Photography (1910–1940) [Elizabeth Edwards]
    • 5. African Taxonomies: Displaying and Classifying Race [David Bindman]
  • II. Europe and the Construction of the “Primitive”
    • 6. Africa and Paris: The Art of Picasso and His Circle [Suzanne Preston Blier]
    • 7. Encounters with the Image of the Black: The German and French Avant-Garde (1905–1920) [Christian Weikop]
    • 8. Negrophilia, Josephine Baker, and 1920s Paris [Petrine Archer]
    • 9. Afrophilia and Afrophobia in Switzerland and Germany (1916–1938) [Christian Weikop]
    • 10. Painted Blacks and Radical Imagery in the Netherlands (1900–1940) [Esther Schreuder]
  • III. Beyond Europe: The Caribbean and Latin America
    • 11. The Image of the Black in Twentieth-century Anglo-Afro-Caribbean Art [Petrine Archer]
    • 12. The Image of the Black in Latin America [Dawn Ades]
    • 13. Négritude: Césaire, Lam, and Picasso [David Bindman]
  • Notes
  • Illustrations
  • Index

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