Iconoclasm: "Contested Objects, Contested Terms "
The word 'iconoclasm' is most often used in relation to sculpture, because it is sculptures that most visibly bear witness to physical damage. But damage can also be invisible, and the actions of iconoclasm can be subtle and varying. Iconoclastic acts include the addition of objects and accessories, as well as their removal, or may be represented in text or imagery that never materially affects the original object. This book brings together a collection of essays each of which fundamentally questions the meaning of the word iconoclasm as a descriptive category. Each contribution examines the impact of iconoclastic acts on different representational forms, and assesses the development and historical implications of these various destructive and transformative behaviours.
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1 What does iconoclasm create? What does preservation destroy? Reflections on iconoclasm in East Asia
2 Attacks on automata and eviscerated sculptures
3 Iconoclasm and consumption or household management according to Thomas Cromwell
4 Iconoclasm the commodity and the art of painting
5 Bouchardons statue of Louis XV iconoclasm and the transformation of signs
a vandal at Salisbury Cathedral?
prints taken from broken or reassembled blocks in some popular prints of the Western tradition
popular responses to the destruction of religious images in revolutionary Mexico
statuephobia and the efficacy of metaphorical iconoclasm
on the treatment of Wilhelminian architectural decoration in the twentieth century
11 Idols in stone or empty pedestals? Debating revolutionary iconoclasm in the postSoviet transition
the politics of iconoclasm in West Africa
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aesthetic Anon Aragon architectural archive artist Asekou attacks August Baga beeldenstorm Berlin Boiffard’s Bouchardon’s sculpture Bouchardon’s statue bronze Bruno Taut Buddha buildings Catholic century Christ Church Conakry connoted context Courtesy of Bibliothèque cult cultural de-decoration decoration Desnos destroyed Destruction of Art discourse discussion display Dzerzhinskii England English essay etching example facades Figure France French Revolution Gamboni Henry Henry Moore Institute hibutsu houses iconoclasm iconoclastic acts icons Idol images Jacques-André Boiffard Jahan John King London Mander Mayo meanings medieval Mexico modern monuments Moskovskii komsomolets Musée museum objects painting Paris Parisians pedestal Peter Behrens photograph political pravda prints published puppet Pygmalion Réau Reformation Religion religious representations represented revolutionary ritual royal sacred saints Salisbury Cathedral Sayon Schilder-boeck sculpture semiotic semiotic ground September 1991 signifier Simon Baker social Soviet statue’s Stralsund stucco stucco removal surrealist symbols Taylor & Francis Thomas Cromwell traditional University Press vandalism village Wyatt’s