Critical Kitaj: Essays on the Work of R.B. Kitaj.
by Aulich, James & Lynch, John, edited by.
Rutgers University Press
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Royal octavo, paper covers, xii, 249 pp., b/w and color illustrations throughout, notes, index
Introduction by Aulich and Lynch. Articles are "The impolite boarder: 'Diasporist' art and its critical response," Jant Wolff, "Authority and visual experience: work and image in R.B. Kitaj," David Peters Corbett, "'The Murder of Rosa Luxenburg'" monumnets, documants, meanings," John Lynch, "Natural History: Kitaj, allegory and memory," Giles Peaker, "R. B. Kitaj and Chris Prater of Kelpra Studio," Pat Gilmour, "The history behind the surface: R.B. Kitaj and the Spanish Civil War," Simon Faulkner, "Secure objects and ancestor worship: Kitaj's practice versus transactions of an Art & Language history," Terry Atkinson, "Kitaj, history and tradition," Aulich, "Shootism, or, whitehair movie maniac Kitaj and Hollywood kulcher," Alan Woods, "The Trace of the Other in the Work of R.B. Kitaj," Martin Roman Deppner (English adaptation by David Dickinson and Andrea Rehberg).
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Book Id: 21685