Tag: Ellery Foutch

The pages of this book are part of a long-standing tradition of conscientious iconoclasm, in which altering or damaging a picture or object constitutes a considered form of political protest, while they also provoke further reflection upon questions about the ethics of viewing or showing scenes of pain and suffering.

The Progress of the Century

The original CAA session examined the intersection of art and invention, and innovation and experimentation in American art from the early nineteenth-century to the 1980s. In this special issue, we present three of those innovative papers from the session, by Elizabeth Bacon Eager, Laura Turner Igoe, and Cary Levine and Philip Glahn.