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La certeza vulnerable

Cuerpo y fotografía en el siglo XXI

David Pérez (ed.)

Colección FotoGGrafía

13 x 20 cm
368 páginas
ISBN: 9788425219740
Rústica
2004

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En este volumen David Pérez ha seleccionado un conjunto de 19 ensayos publicados en revistas especializadas y catálogos durante la década de 1990, que nos ofrecen un panorama actual e interdisciplinar de las relaciones entre el cuerpo y la fotografía en el ámbito artístico. El criterio que ha seguido el editor en esta recopilación ha sido la calidad, el compromiso y la renovación a la hora de afrontar el tema. Los ensayos, de autores como Erhard U. Heidt, José Miguel García Cortés, Maureen P. Sherlock, Helena Cabello/Ana Carceller, Juan Vicente Aliaga, Rosa Olivares, Giuliana Scimé, Daniel Canogar, Kevin Power, Mauricio Molina, Jana Leo, Christoph Doswald, John Stathatos, Glòria Picazo, Piedad Solans, Frank Perrin, Gabriel Villota y Juan Guardiola, nos acercan a las visiones que conforman la construcción del concepto de cuerpo en la contemporaneidad. Una construcción que está en constante proceso de revisión y configuración, y que los ensayos aquí presentados sitúan en un complejo ámbito en el que cuerpo, sexualidad, género e ideología se imbrican y entremezclan.

David Pérez (Valencia, 1958) es crítico e historiador del arte. Profesor titular de Teoría de la Pintura Contemporánea en la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Ha sido galardonado con el premio Espais a la Crítica de Arte en las ediciones de 1991 y 1996. Ha ejercido de comisario de exposiciones nacionales e internacionales, en 1999 fue responsable del Pabellón Español de la 48ª Bienal de Venecia. Entre sus libros destacan: La mirada contra la Historia (1995), Femenino, Plural: Reflexiones desde la diversidad (1996), Del arte impuro. Entre lo público y lo privado (1997) y Malas artes. Experiencia estética y legitimación institucional (2003).

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