Index
Abject, the, 80
Abstract Expressionism, I58, I77, 235
n-3- See also Newman, Barnett
Acconci, Vito, I8-23, II2, I92-93; Con-
versions (Part II: Insistence) Adaptation)
Groundwork) Display)
20-21
Acker, Kathy, I05
Adams, Parveen, 82-83, 85
Adorno, Theodor, I05, 20I
Age/aging, representation of, 7I,
74-75,
78,
79,
83-84
AIDS, 27-28,
34,
I73-74, I78, 200
Alcott, Louisa May, I07
Alexander (Brooke) Gallery, 89
Alien) 6I
Alloway, Lawrence, 24
Alpers, Svetiana, I6I-64
Anonymity: and artists' lives, I2I-24; as
feminist strategy, 89-93, 96-97
Antin, Eleanor, 68
Antoni, Janine, I09, II2-I4, 226 n.24,
226-27 n.25, 227 n.27
Applebroog, Ida, xi, 67-8I, I07, I51,
227-28 n.27, 235 n.I; Marginalia (baby)
79; Noble Fields) 71
Appropriation: Ida Applebroog and, 7I,
72-73; Levine and, I38-39; Salle and,
5, 8; seventies feminism and, I09-IO;
women artists and, I66, I69, 227 n.27
Apter, Emily, 82
Arakawa, I97
Arbus, Diane, 76
Architecture, I49, I53
Arman, 89
An After Modernism: Rethinking Represen-
tation) I05
Artaud, Antonin, III
Art criticism, I70-7I, I74, 204-6, 235-37
n'3-8
AnForum) 23-24, 95, IOO-I, I05, IIO, II3,
I92, 205, 220 n.29
Art history: on CD-ROM, I8I; patterns
of, xiii-xiv, II, I3, 23, 74, 98- II7, 129,
I3I, I4I, I44-45, I53, I6I-62, I7I, 204.
See also Feminist art history; history
An in America) I4I
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