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British Black Art – Debates on the Western Art History
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FOREWORD

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER I – BRITISH BLACK ART.
1. Making an Art World: The Thin Black Line(s), 2011.
2. Official Narrative: Modernism and Modernity—A Social Reading of Artists.
3. The Hegemonic Artistic Canon and the Emblematic Works of British Black Art.
4. From Social to Postcolonial Critical Reception: the Example of Handsworth Songs (1986).

CHAPTER II – DECONSTRUCTING AND RETHINKING THE POSITIONS OF 20TH CENTURY WESTERN ART.
1. Lubaina Himid, Freedom and Change. What Status Can Be Given To Pablo Picasso's Return to Order in Black Feminist Art?
2. Eddie Chambers, Destruction of the National Front: A Debate on the Artistic Medium within American Modernism.

CHAPTER III – ARTISTIC TACTICS AND NEW INTERNATIONALISM.
1. Rasheed Araeen: The Critical Turn From Jheel Park (1974) to Paki Bastard (1977).
2. Portraits of Artists as Black Person.
3. Conceptual Shifts and Deconstructions Tactics from 1980s to 1990s: Sonia Boyce Versus Sarah Lucas.
4. The 1990s: New Internationalism—A Reassessment Of Universalism?

CHAPTER IV – POLITICAL CULTURES OF THE BRITISH ARTISTIC SCENES.
1. Punk Pop Rococo: British Cultural Motifs Embedded in the Practices of Chila Kumari Burman.
2. Shared Political Cultures from “Race, Class, Gender” to “Blackness.”
3. Chila Kumari Burman's Critique Of Blackness.

CONCLUSION

BIBLIOGRAPHY