Isaac Julien: Minigraph 3

Isaac Julien: Minigraph 3
Library Shelf Location 18.JULI
Publication Date 2001
Description Issues of race and masculinity are the themes that inform the the work of this prolific filmmaker, favourite to win the 2001 Turner Priz The work of Isaac Julien, Britain's pre-eminent black filmmaker and Cannes prize-winner, breaks down the barriers that exist between artistic disciplines, drawing from film, dance, photography, music, theatre, painting and sculpture. Published to coincide with this year's Turner Prize exhibition for which Julien has been nominated, this book covers his entire body of work and concentrates on the themes that inform his work, such as issues of race and sexuality. His most well known films include Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask (1995); Young Soul Rebels (1991), winner of the 1991 Semaine de la Critique Prize, Cannes Film Festival; and Looking for Langston (1989). Julien is also visiting lecturer at Harvard University and Whitney Museum of American Art's Independent Study Programme; Research Fellow of Fine Arts, Oxford Brookes University; Research Fellow at Goldsmiths University of London; and Trustee of Serpentine Gall
ISBN 1841660736
Quantity 1
Pages 85
Authors Chris Darke, Kobena Mercer
Format Paperback
Publisher Ellipsis
Related Artist Isaac Julien
Categories Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team), Film and Artists' Moving Image
Keywords Race (concept), Masculinity
Related Curator/Producer Ellipsis
Language English

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