TITLE

Interventions: The Author Replies

AUTHOR(S)
Hamann, Byron Ellsworth
PUB. DATE
March 2010
SOURCE
Art Bulletin;Mar-Jun2010, Vol. 92 Issue 1/2, p58
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The author of the article "Interventions: The Mirrors of Las Meninas: Cochineal, Silver & Clay," published elsewhere in the same issue, responds to several critiques of his article. These are: "Picturing Colonial Encounters" by Adam Herring, "Las Meninas: A Decolonial Response" by Walter D. Mignolo, "The Invisible? New World" by Felipe Pereda, "Why Drag in Velázquez?" by Suzanne L. Stratton-Pruitt, and "Reflections on Reflections" by Emily Umberger and Francesca Bavuso, all of which are also published elsewhere in the same issue. The central topic of this scholarly debate is representations of material culture from Spain's American colonies in the painting "Las Meninas," by Diego Velázquez.
ACCESSION #
52041873

 

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