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Surrealist Masculinities: Gender Anxiety And The Aesthetics Of Post-World War I Reconstruction, Amy Lyford Dec 2006

Surrealist Masculinities: Gender Anxiety And The Aesthetics Of Post-World War I Reconstruction, Amy Lyford

Amy Lyford

No abstract provided.


Noguchi's Multiform Modernism, Amy Lyford Dec 2005

Noguchi's Multiform Modernism, Amy Lyford

Amy Lyford

The article reviews the book "The Life of Isamu Noguchi: Journey without Borders," by Masayo Duus, translated by Peter Duus.


Photojournalism, Mass Media And The Politics Of Spectacle, Carol Payne, Amy Lyford May 2005

Photojournalism, Mass Media And The Politics Of Spectacle, Carol Payne, Amy Lyford

Amy Lyford

No abstract provided.


Noguchi, Sculptural Abstraction, And The Politics Of Japanese American Internment, Amy Lyford Feb 2003

Noguchi, Sculptural Abstraction, And The Politics Of Japanese American Internment, Amy Lyford

Amy Lyford

Focuses on Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi and his works. Remarks from editor Thomas Hess on Noguchi's work entitled Kouros; Reason the work entitled Death attracted attention; Modernist sculptural technique of Noguchi.


Le Numéro Barbette: Photography And The Politics Of Embodiment In Interwar Paris, Amy Lyford Dec 2002

Le Numéro Barbette: Photography And The Politics Of Embodiment In Interwar Paris, Amy Lyford

Amy Lyford

No abstract provided.


Advertising Surrealist Masculinities: André Kertész In Paris, Amy Lyford Dec 2002

Advertising Surrealist Masculinities: André Kertész In Paris, Amy Lyford

Amy Lyford

No abstract provided.


The Aesthetics Of Dismemberment: Surrealism And The Musée Du Val-De-Grâce In 1917, Amy Lyford Dec 1999

The Aesthetics Of Dismemberment: Surrealism And The Musée Du Val-De-Grâce In 1917, Amy Lyford

Amy Lyford

No abstract provided.


Lee Miller’S Photographic Impersonations, 1930-1945, Amy Lyford Dec 1993

Lee Miller’S Photographic Impersonations, 1930-1945, Amy Lyford

Amy Lyford

No abstract provided.