Adaptation - Laura Edbrook

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Adaptation - Laura Edbrook

  1. 1. ADAPTATION & PARODYRobert Colescott,I Gets a Thrill Too When I SeesDe Koo, 1978
  2. 2. “Art forms have increasingly appeared to distrustexternal criticism to the extent that they have soughtto incorporate critical commentary within their ownstructures in a kind of self-legitimising short-circuit ofthe normal critical dialogue.” - Linda Hutcheon, A Theory of Parody, p.1.
  3. 3. Manet, The Balcony, 1868 Magritte, Perspective II: Manet’s Balcony, 1950
  4. 4. Marcel Duchamp, LHOOQ, 1919 Subodh Gupta, Et Tu Duchamp?, 2010
  5. 5. Manet, Olympia, 1863Yasumasa Morimura, c.1988
  6. 6. Richard Prince, Untitled, 1977
  7. 7. Cindy Sherman, Untitled 87, 1981
  8. 8. Sherrie Levine,Untitled, President 4, 1979
  9. 9. Sherrie Levine, After Walker Evans 2, 1981
  10. 10. Louise Lawler, Pollock and Tureen, Arranged by Mr and Mrs Burton, Tremaine, Conneticut, 1984
  11. 11. Jasper Johns, Flag, 1954
  12. 12. Robert Rauschenberg, Monogram. 1959
  13. 13. Frank Stella, Zambesi, 1967
  14. 14. Robert Colescott, I Gets a Thrill TooWhen I Sees De Koo, 1978
  15. 15. Art &Language,Portrait ofV.I. LeninWith Cap, inthe style ofJacksonPollock,1980
  16. 16. Goya Goya, Philip III of Spain on Horseback (after Velasquez) c.1780
  17. 17. Picasso, Woman of Algiers, after Delacroix, 1955
  18. 18. Roy Lichtenstein,Woman with Flowered Hat, 1963
  19. 19. Andy Warhol,The Disquieting Muses(after De Chirico), 1982
  20. 20. Malcolm Morley, The School of Athens, 1972 (after Raphael)
  21. 21. Jake and DinosChapman, Great Deeds Againstthe Dead, (after Goya), 1994
  22. 22. Mike Bidlo, Not Pollock, 1982
  23. 23. Adaptation (and parody) is defined by the Canadianliterary theorist Linda Hutcheon as “an extended,deliberate, announced revisitation of a particular workof art.” - Linda Hutcheon, A Theory of Adaptation, p.170.
  24. 24. “Parody has become one of the major avenues fordeconstructing art, in that a parodied work ‘talks back’not only to the original but also to other parodies.” - Sherri Klein, Art and Laughter, p.14.
  25. 25. Tracey Moffat, Lip, 1999
  26. 26. George Barber, Taxi Driver 2, 1986
  27. 27. Susan Hiller, Psi Girls, 1999
  28. 28. Anita di Bianco, Betty Talks, 2001
  29. 29. Salla Tykka, Zoo, 2006
  30. 30. THE END

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