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Adrian Piper

Adrian Piper
Library Shelf Location 18.PIPE
Publication Date 1991
Description Catalog of an exhibition held at the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, Sept. 21-Nov. 2, 1991; Cornerhouse, Manchester, Jan. 18-Feb. 23, 1992; Cartwright Hall, Bradford, Mar. 21-May 10, 1992; Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, July 23-Sept. 6, 1992 Adrian Piper is one of the most innovative mainstream contemporary artists in America, although her work has never received the kind of recognition it merits. This is not only due to the way in which Black women artists are documented in the US visual art sector, but also because of the issues which are raised in her work and the various forms in which she explores them. Piper explores the terrain of multimedia art in which music, film, spoken narrative, and movement are blended together in a form of an autobiographical testimony.
ISBN 0907594379
Quantity 1
Pages 71 p. : [31] ill., ports. ; 28 cm.
Authors Claudia Barrow, Arlene Raven, Elizabeth Ann McGregor
Formats Paperback, Exhibition Catalogue
Publishers Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, Cornerhouse Publications
Related Artist Adrian Piper
Category Photography
Keyword Racial Discrimination (racism)
Artist's Nationality American (USA)
Language English

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