1. Research Library

        Theory in Contemporary Art Since 1985

        Zoya Kocur and Simon Leung

        London Wiley-Blackwell 2004

        ISBN 978-063122867

      1. An anthology of texts written by artists, theorists, curators, and art historians covering some of the key theories that have become influential in the discourse on contemporary art in the past twenty-odd years. Divided into sections (Contemporary Art Practices and Models; Culture/Identity/Political Fields; Postcolonial Critiques; Rethinking Aesthetics; and Theories after Postmodernism), seminal texts (like Judith Butler’s ‘Gender is Burning: Questions of Appropriation and Subversion’ (1993), Olu Oguibe’s ‘The Heart of Darkness’ (1993), or Trinh T. Mihn-Ha’s ‘All-Owning Spectatorship’ (1991)) appear alongside more recent pieces.