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Presente nos museus: processos de formação de acervos de arte contemporânea brasileira; Present in the museum: collection building processes of Brazilian contemporary art

Tuttoilmondo, Joana Vieira
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 26/10/2010 Português
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A presente pesquisa analisa os processos de atualização de acervos de arte contemporânea brasileira em dez museus do país e as condições dessa prática na atual confi guração do sistema da arte. Como recurso de aprofundamento, examina mais detidamente os processos curatoriais ligados à formação do acervo do Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo nos anos 1990 e 2000. A partir do diagnóstico da situação dos museus brasileiros no que se refere à incorporação da produção artística das últimas duas décadas, procura-se discutir as características do campo sociocultural da arte, os desafi os que os museus enfrentam e as implicações de sua prática colecionista sobre a constituição da memória das artes visuais recentes do país e sobre a construção da história da arte. O estudo procura contribuir para o entendimento dos processos de formação de valor e legitimação na arte contemporânea a partir do exame das dinâmicas de institucionalização da produção recente. Com esse intuito, busca articular a análise da ação preservacionista dos museus ao acionamento e visibilidade da produção contemporânea brasileira no circuito internacional de arte.; This study analyses the collection building processes focused in Brazilian contemporary art in ten Brazilian museums and the circumstances of this practice under the current art systems configuration. As a case study...

Giz, caneta e pincel: Literatura e História da Arte nas aulas do professor Osman Lins; Chalk, pen and brush: literature and art history in teacher Osmar Lins's classes

Ribas, Elisabete Marin
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 30/01/2012 Português
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Osman Lins, escritor pernambucano, em 1970, ao ser convidado a assumir a cadeira de Literatura Brasileira na Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras de Marília (atual UNESP), propõe a seus alunos experiências didáticas inovadoras para a época. Dentre elas constou um curso extracurricular, de História da Arte. Tal curso, gravado em fitas cassetes pelo escritor, hoje salvaguardadas no Arquivo do Instituto de Estudos Brasileiros, é composto de aulas audiovisuais que ilustravam o conteúdo programático, narrado por Osman Lins. Na presente pesquisa, esse material foi transcrito e parte das imagens recuperadas. Junto dos planos de aulas de Literatura Brasileira, o Curso de História da Arte, traz à luz um novo lado do escritor, que em sala de aula, permaneceu firme aos seus ideais literários.; When Osman Lins, a writer from Pernambuco, was invited to take the chair of Brazilian Literature in Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras de Marília (today UNESP), he proposed to his students didactic approaches that were innovative at the time. Among them he included an extracurricular course of Art History that was recorded in tapes which nowadays are kept in the Archive of the Instituto de Estudos Brasileiros. That course is structured of audiovisual classes in which images illustrated the content presented by Osman Lins. In our research the original audio was transcribed and most of the base images was recovered. Along with the lessons plans of Brazilian Literature...

Arte enquadrada e gambiarra: identidade, circuito e mercado de arte no Brasil (anos 80 e 90); Framed art and improvisation: identity, circuit and art market in Brazil (80's and 90's)

Bertolossi, Leonardo Carvalho
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 10/02/2015 Português
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Essa tese é uma etnografia das ideias, práticas, histórias, memórias, teorias nativas, conflitos, desigualdades, imaginações e experiências de artistas, críticos, curadores, galeristas e colecionadores brasileiros ao longo dos anos 80 e 90. Embora o escopo temporal e espacial oscile, ancoramo-nos nas cidades do Rio de Janeiro e de São Paulo, e na interseção entre o circuito e o mercado primário de arte contemporânea brasileira nestas décadas. O trabalho aborda diversos temas e problemas acessados através do meu campo em galerias, museus, bienais, bibliotecas, arquivos públicos e privados, cursos de história da arte e depoimentos. Dentre os objetos tangenciados, se destacou: o retorno internacional à pintura, a invenção da geração 80 e sua relação com o mercado; as exposições Primitivism in the Twentieth Century no MoMA, em Nova York, em 1984, e Magiciens de la Terre, no Centre Pompidou, na França, em 1989; a redescoberta do corpo, do eu e da narrativa nos anos 90; a arte abjeta e suas principais exposições internacionais; a Bienal de São Paulo Antropofágica de 1998; a internacionalização da arte brasileira na Europa, Estados Unidos e América Latina; a trajetória e as contendas entre diferentes gerações de galeristas no Brasil; a entrada do empresariado e dos bancos na política cultural; e...

Revista do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional : textos de história da arte engajados na política de preservação no Brasil; Journal of National Historic and Artistic Heritage : art history engaged in conservation policy in Brazil

Robson Orzari Ribeiro
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 26/02/2013 Português
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O presente trabalho tem como proposta mapear a constituição de um saber no campo da História da Arte associado à política de preservação patrimonial brasileira, desde a primeira metade do século XX, logo após a instituição do Serviço do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional. Para tal, valemo-nos das publicações especializadas do órgão, denominadas: "Revista do Serviço do Patrimônio Histórico e Artístico Nacional", editadas entre 1937 e 1978, quando a mesma esteve sub jurisdição e influência de Rodrigo Melo Franco de Andrade. A análise pretende apresentar elementos que delimitem o valor de tais publicações na criação, consolidação e divulgação de uma metodologia para o estudo da História da Arte no Brasil. Para isso, denotaremos o momento de constituição desse saber e as bases epistemológicas que orientaram os principais autores da Revista quanto à História da Arte do país, uma vez que a análise recaiu sobre o principal e único periódico da época a abordar temas peculiares a essa área.; This paper aims to map the formation of knowledge in the field of art history associated with the Brazilian policy of heritage preservation, since the first half of the twentieth century, after the institution of Service National Historical and Artistic Heritage. To this end...

A Black Presence Disclosed in Absence: The Politics of Difference in Contemporary Art

Van Patterson, Cameron
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation
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As an interdisciplinary project that integrates African and African American Studies, critical race theory, and Art History, this dissertation attempts to enrich our understanding of the politics of difference in contemporary art by interrogating the formal practices of artists and the social significance of their work. The artwork discussed reflects a pattern of creative engagement with archival institutions and documents that is characteristic of contemporary artists who are concerned with questions of consumption and the body; representation and erasure; the social construction of race and space; and the relationship between history, memory, and identity. Taken together, these themes constitute a discursive landscape within contemporary art that is central to the principle question raised here—namely, how do social genres of difference and relations of power influence artistic practices of representation, curatorial display, and reception? In an attempt to both answer and reverse the direction of this question, this text presents insightful perspectives from different artists on the complex relationship between art and society. Using the politics of difference as a lens through which to examine the aforementioned themes in contemporary art...

Art of Documentation: The Sherborne Missal and the Role of Documents in English Medieval Art

Berenbeim, Jessica
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation
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This dissertation considers an unfamiliar but fundamental aspect of late-medieval art: the role of documentation. Documents played as critical a part in that society as they do in our own. In late-medieval consciousness, the charter loomed as large as the sacred image, and documentation mattered no less than devotion—while the two also had a profound and inextricable connection. Discussion begins with three principal arguments, explained in detail in the first chapter: 1. The materials of documentation are part of the history of art; and accordingly, art-historical methods render an important contribution to diplomatics. 2. Documents are an important subject of representation; and accordingly, works of art are important sources for the cultural reception of documentary practices. 3. Documents are an important model for representation; and, consequently, an understanding of the paradigmatic role of the document suggests an alternative dimension to the interpretation of late-medieval art. The chapters that follow pursue these arguments through the analysis of individual works of art—charters, seals, archival manuscripts, liturgical manuscripts, architecture, and sculpture. These chapters also include a study of one of the great monuments of English gothic art: the Sherborne Missal...

Inefficient Moves: Art, Dance, and Queer Bodies in the 1960s

Aramphongphan, Paisid
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation; text Formato: application/pdf
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This dissertation examines the intersection of art, dance, and queer sociality though Andy Warhol, Jack Smith, and their lesser-known contemporary, Fred Herko, a dancer and choreographer. Traversing art history, dance studies, and queer theory, this study uses analyses of movement, gestures, and embodiment as a bridge between the artistic and the social. In film, photography, and dance, these artists not only made art as queer artists, but their work stemmed from the form of sociality of their communities—the social and creative labor spent on seemingly unproductive ends, such as lounging together on a sofa, posing in performative-social studio sessions, or dancing in an improvised performance-party. Gestures and embodied experience became both the site of the art, and the site of the production of queer subjectivity in this watershed decade for art and queer histories. To unpack their cultural significance, I draw on the work of anthropologist Marcel Mauss on “techniques of the body,” and recent scholarship on embodiment and subjectivity. I propose queer gestures as dances of “inefficiency” in the Maussian sense, that is, as techniques of the body that do not confirm or sustain the social scripts of somatic norms. Given the contemporaneous debates about work...

Attachments of Art History

Melville, Stephen
Fonte: University of Rochester. Publicador: University of Rochester.
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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I want to start by talking a bit about imaginations of what we tend to call "historical distance," and then to push that talk toward a thought about the forms of objectivity available to the history of art. In doing so I hope also to be able to demonstrate something of one art historical object; it is a part of my argument that there is no imagination of art history or art historical method that does not depend upon, does not emerge from, such demonstration.

Introducing the Newest Curator of Inuit Art: A Dialogue between Native arts studies professor Janet Catherine Berlo and Candian Museum of Civilization Inuit art curator Norman Vorano

Berlo, Janet Catherine ; Vorano, Norman
Fonte: Inuit Art Foundation Publicador: Inuit Art Foundation
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Janet Berlo and Norman Vorano discuss Vorano’s appointment as Curator of Inuit Art at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. In their conversation, Vorano describes his views on Inuit art in relation to ‘mainstream’ art history, the role of the museum, as well as pragmatic issues of funding and exhibition programming.

Cold War legacies otherwise : Latin American art and art history in colonial times

Rodriguez-Sarmiento, Victor Manuel (1959 - ); Crimp, Douglas
Fonte: University of Rochester Publicador: University of Rochester
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Rochester, Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies, 2009.; Art historians and social scientists have understood the political and cultural struggles in Latin America during the sixties and seventies as an expression of the binary context of the Cold War and as mainly based on utopian, humanist and leftist models of cultural production. Drawing on the work of Arturo Escobar, I consider these struggles as part of developmentalism: a discursive formation that colonized African, Asian and Latin American realities after World War II, and gave shape to the invention of the Third World. This project explores the way in which conflictive dialogues among artists, art historians, and critics are representative of the emergence of other forms and scenarios of power and resistance in Latin America, different from the either/or approach hitherto used to understand the period. Considering the consolidation of studies of Latin American art to be a strategy of this discourse, I examine a group of artistic projects which, by using strategies of appropriation, mimicry and cultural anthropophagy, among others, resisted developmentalism and the modernist rhetoric of art history. In so doing, they anticipated feminist...

35th annual faculty exhibition; Thirty-fifth annual faculty exhibition

Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art
Fonte: Harn Museum of Art ( Gainesville, Fla. ) Publicador: Harn Museum of Art ( Gainesville, Fla. )
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations ; 23 x 30 cm
Publicado em //2000 Português
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Catalog of the annual art faculty exhibition held at the Harn Museum of Art Gainesville, Florida from Jan. 16 to Apr. 23, 2000.; "The catalogue serves to preserve and extend a record of the exhibition and the fine teaching programs of the University of Florida, School of Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts"--Title page verso.; (Funding) Digitization by the Gary R. Libby Charitable Trust

38th annual art faculty exhibition school of art + art histoy, 2003; Thirty-eigth annual art faculty exhibition

College of Fine Arts at the University of Florida
Fonte: School of Art and Art History at the University of Florida ( Gainesville, Florida ) Publicador: School of Art and Art History at the University of Florida ( Gainesville, Florida )
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 1 volume (32 pages) : colored pictures
Publicado em //2003 Português
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Annual art faculty exhibition, January 14- February 1, 2003; The catalogue serves to preserve and extend a record of the exhibition and the fine teaching programs of the University of Florida, School of Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts"--Title page verso.; (Funding) Digitization by the Gary R. Libby Charitable Trust

Cosmopolitanism and modernism: on writing a new Australian art history

Speck, C.; Downey, G.
Fonte: Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Publicador: Art Association of Australia and New Zealand
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2009 Português
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The relationship between cosmopolitanism and nationalism is very complex, especially from the point of view of Australian art history. National accounts form only a part of a whole, and hence, such a way of writing Australian art history would disperse with accounts of modernism and in terms of its passive reception or as a local manifestation.; Catherine Speck and Georgina Downey

Ladies-in-Waiting: Art, Sex and Politics at the Early Georgian Court

Weichel, ERIC
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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This thesis discusses the cultural contributions – artistic patronage, art theory, art satire - of four Ladies-in-Waiting employed at the early eighteenth-century century British court: Mary, Countess Cowper; Charlotte Clayton, Baroness Sundon; Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk; and Mary Hervey, Baroness Hervey of Ickworth. Through a close reading of archival manuscripts, published correspondences and art historical treatises, I explore the cultural milieu, historical legacy and historiographic reception of these individuals. I argue that their writing reveals fresh insight on the switch from Baroque to Rococo modes of portraiture in Britain, as it does critical attitudes to sex, religion and politics among aristocratic women. Through the use of satire, these courtiers comment on extramarital affairs, rape, homosexuality and divorce among their peer group. They also show an interest in issues of feminist education, literature, political and religious patronage, and contemporary news events, which they reference through allusions to painting, architecture, sculpture, engravings, ceramics, textiles and book illustrations. Many of the artists patronized by the court in this period were foreign-born, peripatetic, and stylistically unusual. Partly due to the transnational nature of these artist’s careers...

A CHEMICAL COMPARISON OF TWO DIFFERENT OXIDIZING BLEACHES AND THE HISTORY OF EARLY EUROPEAN PAPER AND PAPERMAKING

DAVIES, MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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Background: The bleaching of paper is an important and controversial treatment employed in the conservation of art. The use of a bleach may greatly enhance the quality of an image but at a cost of lost structural integrity. In order to fully consider the ramifications of bleaching a paper artifact, a historical study of early European paper and its manufacture was conducted. The structure of paper was also studied in order to understand the finer points of early European paper manufacture and to draw conclusions from the bleaching comparison. Results: A comparison of the commonly used ClO2 bleaching with a previously proposed chlorous acid treatment was conducted. The two different bleaching techniques were evaluated on their impact on the colour of artificially aged and unaged Whatman chromatography 1 paper. The results of the bleaching were analyzed with a colourimeter and it was determined that there was a significant change in colour as a result of the bleaching. The ClO2 and chlorous acid bleaching treatments did not produce results that were significantly different from one another, visually and statistically. The bleaching treatments were also tested with the viscometry of the paper in cadoxen and it was determined that ClO2 is a more degradative bleach than chlorous acid. The research also demonstrated that bleaching has a greater degradative impact on previously degraded samples. The quantitative results of the viscometry were accompanied by a qualitative look at the paper samples with a scanning electron microscope (SEM). In the SEM images there were slight visible differences in the samples that could correlate to aging. Conclusions: Chlorous acid is a gentle effective bleaching technique that was as effective as ClO2 and less degrading to the paper samples. Bleaching has an increased impact on previously degraded samples...

Rethinking Frontier Paradigms in Northeastern New Spain: Jesuit Mission Art at Santa María de las Parras, 1598-1767

McAllen, Katherine
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation
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This dissertation addresses key questions that are yet to be answered related to the involvement of local patrons in the decoration of northern New Spanish churches. The case study of the Jesuits' church of San Ignacio in Santa María de las Parras (located in present-day Coahuila, Mexico) reveals new evidence that prominent Spanish and Tlaxcaltecan Indian benefactors participated in the adornment of private devotional chapels in this religious space. In Parras, the Jesuits and secular landowners cultivated vineyards and participated in the lucrative business of viticulture that transformed this mission settlement by the mid-seventeenth century into a thriving winemaking center. As the Jesuits created their own "spiritual economy" in Parras on the northeastern frontier, they fostered alliances with Spanish and Tlaxcaltecan vineyard owners to serve both their religious and temporal interests (Chapter One). The surviving evidence of artworks and inventories reveals that these benefactors donated funds to decorate their own chapels in San Ignacio. This financial support helped the Jesuits purchase and import paintings by prominent artists working in Mexico City for display in their Parras church. While these patrons selected the iconographies of the artworks they funded...

The contribution of ?migr? art historians to the British art world after 1933

B?chard-L?aut?, Anne-Fran?oise
Fonte: University of Cambridge; Trinity College; Department of the History of Art Publicador: University of Cambridge; Trinity College; Department of the History of Art
Tipo: Thesis; doctoral; PhD
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The purpose of this Ph.D. thesis on ?migr? art historians in Britain is not only to show how alien the concept of art history was to the British before 1933, but also to assess and qualify the subsequent practical and theoretical contribution of art historians who immigrated to Britain. These 93 art historians who immigrated to Great Britain after 1933 had a major impact on the British art world. Yet, apart from a few monographs on Sir Ernst Gombrich and Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, no in-depth study has ever been done on this influx of scholars who changed the - picture of art history in Britain and, by extension, worldwide. Part one is a biographical enquiry based on both archival and historical research undertaken in Germany, work done in various private estates and public archives in Britain - the majority of which have never been utilised before - and interviews carried out both in Germany and Britain. It addresses fundamental issues about lewishness and the arts and gives an overview of the stages of Nazi persecution of art-related professions in Central Europe. It then categorises different groups which emerged in Britain between 1933 and 1945, depending on both gender issues and the intellectual background of the emigres. Eventually...

Framing Latin American Art: Artists, Critics, Institutions and the Configuration of a Regional Identity

Maroja, Camila Santoro
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação
Publicado em //2015 Português
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This dissertation investigates how non-academic agents (i.e. artists, curators, and institutions) helped construct the current canon of Latin American art. It takes as case studies key exhibitions held in Brazil in order to examine how the central concepts of anthropophagy, geometric abstraction, and the political came to characterize the art of the region. Drawing on extensive archival research and interviews, this work traces a local genealogy, thus offering a different starting point for understanding the Latin American art canon that has been recently institutionalized in such places as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York as part of the global turn in art history.

Citing their different language and colonial history, Brazilian artists and critics have tended to view their art production as distinct from that of the rest of the continent. This dissertation, by contrast, recognizes Brazil as a fundamental player in the shaping of both a Latin American cultural identity and an expanded notion of the Americas. This expansion of Latin American art influences how artists represent themselves and how such production is actively being inserted into collections around the world.

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A Republic of the Arts: Constructing Nineteenth-Century Art History at the Musée national du Luxembourg, 1871-1914

Clark, Alexis
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação
Publicado em //2014 Português
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Before the rise of the ubiquitous MOCA (museum of contemporary) there was the Musée national du Luxembourg that since its foundation in 1818, served as the first museum anywhere dedicated to contemporary art. Yet the Luxembourg has been left to lurk in the shadows of art history. Best remembered for its mismanagement of the Caillebotte Bequest (1894-1897) that left the French state as the beneficiary of several dozen Impressionist canvases, the Luxembourg has been dismissed as epitomizing official support for an exhausted academicism.

This dissertation has sought to correct these misconceptions of the museum and the Third Republic Fine Arts administration. It provides an institutional history of the museum under the early Third Republic (1871-1914) that reconsiders how different interpretations of republicanism informed its curators' policies and practices. Information culled from archives, official publications, art criticism, and even tourist brochures, has revealed that in the 1890s and especially the 1900s, the museum's curators embraced the politics of solidarism. Applying solidarist principles such as eclecticism, tolerance, and commitment to public education, its curators defended their acquisition of both avant-garde and academic works of art. These principles further spurred curators to trace the spectrum of contemporary painterly styles to French artist tradition. In so doing...

Lois Mailou Jones, Diasporic Art Practice, and Africa in the 20th Century

VanDiver, Rebecca Elizabeth Keegan
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação
Publicado em //2013 Português
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This dissertation, Loïs Mailou Jones, Diasporic Art Practice, and Africa in the 20th Century, investigates the evolving dialogue between twentieth-century African-American artists and Africa--its objects, peoples, diasporas, and topography. The four chapters follow the career of artist Loïs Mailou Jones (1905-1998) and focus on periods when ideas about blackness in an African-American context and its connection to Africa were at the forefront of artistic and cultural discourses. Chapter 1 traces African-American artists contact with African art during the first decades of the twentieth century. Chapter 2 examines Jones's use of Africa in her art produced at the start of her career (1920s -1940s) and repositions her in relation to the Harlem Renaissance and Négritude movements. Chapter 3 considers Jones's engagements with the African Diaspora via travels to France, the Caribbean, and Africa in the 1960s and 1970s, voyages that I argue result in the creation of a Black Diasporic art practice predicated upon the act of viewing. Chapter 4 critiques the signifying grasp of Africa in African American art. By looking at Jones's turn to pastiche as an aesthetic choice and cultural commentary, the chapter argues that that the possibility of a seamless reconciliation of Africa in African American art is impossible. Where the limited scholarly discourse on the subject has emphasized a heritage-based relationship between Black artists and Africa...