The M word : real mothers in contemporary art / edited by Myrel Chernick and Jennie Klein.

by Chernick, Myrel, 1952- [editor.]Looking glass; Klein, Jennie [editor.]Looking glass.

Bradford, Canada : Demeter Press, ©2011.Description: xv, 427 pages : illustrations (some colour), portraits ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780986667121; 0986667129.Subject(s): Motherhood in artLooking glass | Feminism and the artsLooking glass | Women artists -- InterviewsLooking glassNote: Includes bibliographical references (pages 412-419).
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This important new collection has seven sections examining multiple aspects of mothering in contemporary art: History, Criticism, Theory, Artists' Writings, Text/Image work, Interviews, and Visual Art.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 412-419).

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Myrel Chernick is an artist and writer living in New York City. She has shown her text-based multimedia installations nationally and internationally, lectured widely and curated the exhibit Maternal Metaphors that includes the work of 15 international artists and has been presented twice. In addition to working with the Peculiar Works Project on an Off-Off Broadway production of the Beggars Opera she is currently writing and illustrating a hybrid novel that takes place in Paris and New York. Jennie Klein's primary areas of research lie in contemporary art, art criticism, feminist art, and performance art. She is a contributing editor for Art Papers and Performance Art Journal (PAJ), and a member of the editorial board of Genders. She has published in n.paradoxa, Art History, New Art Examiner, and Afterimage. She is the editor of Linda Montano, Letters from Linda M. Montano (London: Routledge, 2005), the co-curator, along with Rebecca McGrew, of The 21st Century Odyssey: The Performance Work of Barbara T. Smith, and the co-curator, along with Myrel Chernick, of Maternal Metaphors: Artists, Mothers, Art work. Professor Klein has also written several catalogue essays, including the primary essays for The 21st Century Odyssey and Maternal Metaphors.

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