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University of Texas at Dallas
Arts and Humanities
AHST 3318 501
Contemporary Art and Architecture
Dr. Charissa N. Terranova
Spring 2009
Location: JO 4.614


April 1, 2009
Gender and Sexuality in the 1970s

Gender and Sexuality in the 1980s

Postmodernism: Pictures and Simulations
I. Gender and Sexuality in the 1970s: Feminine versus Feminist

A. Womanhouse, 1972

-Miriam Schapiro, The Dollhouse, 1972

-Judy Chicago, Menstruation Bathroom, 1972

[-Judy Chicago, Red Flag, 1971]

-Kathy Huberland, Bridal Staircase, 1972

-Sandra Orgel, Linen Closet, 1972

-Vicky Hodgetts, Susan Frazier, Robin Weltsch, Eggs to Breasts Kitchen: Nuturant Kitchen, 1972

-Faith Wilding, Web Room, 1972

-Camille Grey, Lipstick Bathroom, 1972

B. Woman and Body

-Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party, 1974-79

-Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party, Sojourner Truth, 1974-79

-Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party, Sappho, 1974-79

-Lynda Benglis, Bounce, 1969

-Lynda Benglis, Adhesive Products, 1971

-Lynda Benglis, Ad in ArtForum, November 13, 1974

-Lynda Benglis, Eat Meat, 1975

-Kubota Shigeko, Vagina Painting, 1965

-Carolee Schneemann, Interior Scroll, 1975

-Kiki Smith, Lot’s Wife, 1992

-Mary Kelly, Post Partum Document , 1973-78

C. The Personal is the Political

A. Feminism and Language

-Barbara Kruger, I Shop Therefore I Am, 1979

-Barbara Kruger, Your Body is a Battleground, 1989

-Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Not Stupid Enough, Not Cruel Enough), 1997

-Guerilla Girls, Do Women Have to Be Naked to Get into the Metropolitan Museum, 1985-90

-Guerilla Girls, The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist, 1988

D. Feminism and the Photographic Image

-Sherrie Levine, Untitled President #4, 1979

-Cindy Sherman, Untitled #11, 1978

-Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #97, 1981

-Nan Goldin, Nan after Being Battered, 1984

-Nan Goldin, Lynelle on My Bed, 1985

-Nan Goldin, Misty, Taboo!, and Jimmy Paulette Dressing, NYC, 1991

-Carrie Mae Weems, Mirror, Mirror, 1987

-Carrie Mae Weems, From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried, 1995


II. Gender and Sexuality in the 1980s: Being Activist, Being Queer, Being Gay

  1. Fracturing Norms and Transgressing Boundaries

-Robert Mapplethorpe, Bob Love, 1979

-Robert Mapplethorpe, Self-Portrait, 1972

-Robert Mapplethorpe, Self-Portrait, 1978

-Robert Mapplethorpe, Self-Portrait, 1980

-Robert Mapplethorpe, Self-Portrait, 1980

-Robert Mapplethorpe, Man in Polyester Suit, 1980

B. Activity, Activism and Commenting on/in the Public Sphere

-Andres Serrano, Heaven and Hell, 1984

-Andres Serrano, Piss Christ, 1987

-Andres Serrano, Madonna and Child 11, 1989

-Andres Serrano, Nomads (Sir Leonard), 1990

-Keith Haring, Untitled (Subway Graffiti), 1982

-Keith Haring, Untitled, 1980

-Keith Haring in the Pop Shop, NYC, 1986

C. Activism and Aids

-Keith Haring, Ignorance = Fear, 1989

-Aids Quilt, 1987-present

-Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Untitled (Go-Go Dancing Platform), 1991

-Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Untitled, billboard, 1991

-Felix Gonzalez-Torres, For Jeff, 1992

-Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Portrait of Ross in LA, candies wrapped in colored cellophane, 1991

-Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Detail of Portrait of Marcel Brient, 1991


III. Postmodernism: The Art of Cynical Reason

-Jeff Koons, Three Ball 50-50 Tank, 1985

-Jeff Koons, New Hoover Convertibles, Green Red, Brown, New Hoover Deluxe Shampoo Polishers Yellow, Brown Doubledecker, 1981/87

-Jeff Koons, Rabbit, 1986

-Jeff Koons, Advertisement, Art Forum, 27 November, 1988

-Mike Kelley, Silent Scream, 1984

-Mike Kelley, The Wages of Sin (left) and More Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Paid (right), 1987

-Mike Kelley, Pay for Your Pleasure, 1988

-Mike Kelley, Eviscerated Corpse, 1990

-Mike Kelley, Educational Complex, 1995


IV. Painting in the 1980s: Pictures

  1. Thomas Lawson, “Last Exit Painting,” Art Forum, October 1981

  2. “Pictures Generation,” Artist’s Space 1977 and Metro Pictures

-Sherrie Levine, Untitled (After Walker Evans: 2), 1981

-[Walker Evans, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men: Shields Family, 1936/39]

-Sherrie Levine, After Vincent van Gogh, 1983

-Cindy Sherman, Untitled D 1975

-Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #6, 1978

-Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #10, 1978

-Cindy Sherman, Untitled (No. 264 Woman with Mask), 1992

-Richard Prince, Untitled (Three Men), 1978

-Richard Prince, Entertainers, 1982

-Richard Prince, Untitled (Kool-Aid), 1982-84

-Richard Prince, Untitled (Cowboy), 1989

-Richard Prince, Untitled (Cowboy), 1991-92



-Louise Lawler, Pollock and Tureen, Arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Connecticut, 1984

-Louise Lawler, Living Room Arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine, Connecticut, 1984


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