Manufacturing Validity: The Ceramic Work of Art in the Age of Conceptual Production

Saltz, Lizzie Zucker
July 1999
Art Papers Magazine;Jul/Aug1999, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p28
In this article the author discusses sculptural works of ceramic artists for conveying their means of expression to create different modes of cultural production. The author discusses a self portrait busts of Janine Antoni which highlights feminist issues of self image neurosis and related eating disorders. Several topics regarding sculptural works that help artists in producing sculptures are mentioned including multicultural aggression, ghetto style, and its validity.


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