Elizabeth C. Childs: Suspended License Censorship and the Visual Arts



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Suspended License offers wide ranging pproach to censorship of the visual rts over recent centuries nd in variety of cultural contexts seeking to elucidate the range of political social nd Presenting Walter Dean Myers artistic circumstances in which censorship has occurred Using examples from 16th century Germanynd Italy late 18th century Spain 19th century France Miss Mary Bobo's Boarding House Cookbook: A Celebration of Traditional Southern Dishes that Made Miss Mary Bobo's an American Legend and 20 century Germany Chinand America leading A Concubine for the Family art historians examine what these various experiences reveal historicallynd what light they shed on

Urrent dilemmas Rodeo and controversiesEssays explore the censure ofrtworks by famous masters Michelangelo Veronese Goya Daumier Manet Shaped by the West Wind: Nature and History in Georgian Bay as wells the censored The Hunger for Ecstasy art of less familiar figures suchs contemporary Le ralisme fantastique 40 peintres europens de l'imaginaire max ernst, moretti, dali, labisse, l. fini. ditions opta 1972 artists in China The rejection of modernisms n llegedly corrupt The Corpse Washer and dangerous style is considered both in Nazi Germany in the 1930snd in McCarthy era Texas in the 1950s The recent debates in America over government sponsorship for the rts re Murciélago, Vol. 1 also discusseds well s the claims raised

Bout the llegedly pornographic content of work by contemporary TWO FACE: TWO POLLYANNAS (K9 Book 3) artists Wojnarowicznd MapplethorpeSuspended License demonstrates that recent controversies over sponsorship pornography sacrilege nd esthetic integrity in modern rt re not without historical precedent nd lso shows that many of the works now universally regarded Hippie Food: How Back-to-the-Landers, Longhairs, and Revolutionaries Changed the Way We Eat as masterpieces have been the objects of censoriousction in the past Numerous illustrations contribute greatly to the reader's understanding of this important subje.

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