アンディ・ウォーホルからゲリラ・ガールズまで。性別・人種を交差したアーティストたちの〈フェミニズム〉を感受する

SUNDAY ART SCROLL -リアルタイムで芸術速報/世界の名画から新進気鋭クリエイター最新作まで、各地ギャラリーより「現在展示中(時々、ついこの前まで)」をお届け中。
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今回紹介するのは、ブルックリンミュージアムで開催中の「Half the Picture: A Feminist Look at the Collection」。〈フェミニズム〉をテーマにしたアート作品を100以上展示、性や人種、社会的地位などを含む政治的なトピックで切り取ったフェミニズムを、額縁のなかに探求する。ちなみに、展示会名「Half the Picture」は、覆面アクティビスト集団ゲリラ・ガールズのポスターに書かれたメッセージ「女性や有色人種アーティストの視点なしには、あなたはその絵の半分以下(Half the picture)しか見ていないことになる」に由来している。

アンディ・ウォーホルから、ニューヨークの男性パフォーマンスアーティスト、ヴィト・アコンチ、アフリカ系アメリカ人女性アーティストのビバリー・ブキャナン、アクティビズムや政治的なカラーの強い女性英国人アーティスト、スー・コーまで、彼ら彼女らの芸術に含まれたフェミニズムの声に耳を傾けてみよう。


Corita Kent (aka Sister Mary Corita) (Fort Dodge, Iowa, 1918–1986, Boston, Massachusetts). Jesus Never Fails, 1967. Screen print on Pellon, 29 3⁄4 × 36 in. (75.7 × 91.6 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Henry L. Batterman Fund, 68.116. © Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles, CA. (Photo: Jonathan Dorado, Brooklyn Museum)


Carrie Mae Weems (born Portland, Oregon, 1953). Untitled (Man Smoking/Malcolm X), from the Kitchen Table series, 1990. Gelatin silver photograph, 31 1⁄4 x 30 7⁄8 in. (79.4 x 78.4cm). Brooklyn Museum; Caroline A.L. Pratt Fund, 1991.168. © Carrie Mae Weems. (Photo: Sarah DeSantis, Brooklyn Museum)


Vito Acconci (New York City, New York, 1940–2017). Bite the Bullet: Slow Guns for Quick Sale (To Be Etched On Your American Mind), 1977. Photo-etching on paper, 29 3⁄4 x 41 3⁄4 in. (75.6 x 106cm). Brooklyn Museum; Gift of Nancy Genn, 1991.215. © 2018 Vito Acconci / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. (Photo: Jonathan Dorado, Brooklyn Museum)


Joan Semmel (born New York City, New York, 1932). Intimacy- Autonomy, 1974. Oil on canvas, 50 x 98 in. (127 x 248.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum; anonymous gift, 2004.117. © Joan Semmel. (Photo: Sarah DeSantis, Brooklyn Museum)


Renee Cox (born Colgate, Jamaica, 1960). Yo Mama, 1993. Gelatin silver photograph, 83 x 47 in. (210.8 x 119.4 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Gift of the Carol and Arthur Goldberg Collection, 2009.82.3. © Renee Cox. (Photo: Courtesy of the artist)


Mickalene Thomas (born Camden, New Jersey, 1971). Madame Mama Bush in Black and White, 2007; printed 2011. Chromogenic photograph, 18 3⁄4 x 23 1⁄2 in. (47.6 x 59.7 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Gift of Mickalene Thomas, 2011.26. © Mickalene Thomas. (Photo: Jonathan Dorado, Brooklyn Museum)


Charles W. White (Chicago, Illinois, 1918–1979 Los Angeles, California). Jessica, 1970. Etching on paper, 12 x 25 1⁄4 in. (30.5 x 64.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Gift of Milton and Nancy Washington, 2011.52. © The Charles White Archives. (Photo: Sarah DeSantis, Brooklyn Museum)


Sue Coe (born Tamworth, Staffordshire, United Kingdom, 1951). Untitled (Anita Hill Trial), 1992. Etching on paper, 20 x 13 1⁄4 in. (50.8 x 33.7 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Gift of Marco Nocella, 2012.90. © Sue Coe. Courtesy Galerie St. Etienne, New York. (Photo: Jonathan Dorado, Brooklyn Museum)


Laurie Simmons (born New York City, New York, 1949). Vertical Man/Woman/Horse, circa 1978. Chromogenic photograph, 7 1⁄8 x 4 3⁄4 in. (18.1 x 12.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Gift of Susan Wyatt in memory of Ann A. Wyatt, 2014.119.2. © Laurie Simmons. (Photo: Jonathan Dorado, Brooklyn Museum)


Guerrilla Girls (established New York City, New York, 1985). Women in America Earn Only 2/3 of What Men Do., 1985. Offset lithograph, 17 × 22 in. (43.2 × 55.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Gift of Guerrilla Girls BroadBand, Inc., 2017.26.6. © Guerrilla Girls. (Photo: Jonathan Dorado, Brooklyn Museum)


Guerrilla Girls (established New York City, New York, 1985). You’re Seeing Less than Half the Picture, 1989. Offset lithograph, 17 × 22 in. (43.2 × 55.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Gift of Guerrilla Girls BroadBand, Inc., 2017.26.22. © Guerrilla Girls. (Photo: Jonathan Dorado, Brooklyn Museum)


Nona Faustine (born New York City, New York, 1977). Isabelle, Lefferts House, Brooklyn, 2016. Chromogenic photograph, 28 × 42 in. (71 × 106.7 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Winthrop Miles Fund, 2017.41.2. © Nona Faustine. (Photo: Jonathan Dorado, Brooklyn Museum)


Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke (Crow), born Billings, Montana, 1981). Peelatchiwaaxpáash / Medicine Crow (Raven), 2014, from the series 1880 Crow Peace Delegation. Pigment print on paper, from digitally reproduced and artist-manipulated photograph by C.M. (Charles Milton) Bell, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution, 25 × 17 in. (63.5 × 43.2 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Gift of Loren G. Lipson, M.D., TL2018.8.1a–b. © Wendy Red Star. (Photo: Jonathan Dorado, Brooklyn Museum)


Betty Tompkins (born Washington, D.C., 1945). Apologia (Artemesia Gentileschi #4), 2018. Acrylic on paper, 11 × 8 1⁄2 in. (27.9 × 21.6 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Emily Winthrop Miles Fund and Robert A. Levinson Fund, TL2018.10. © Betty Tompkins. (Photo: Jonathan Dorado, Brooklyn Museum)

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