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by Sandra Firmin,Robert Rosenblum

Download Patricia Cronin : The Domain of Perfect Affection, 1993-2003 eBook
ISBN:
097489320X
Author:
Sandra Firmin,Robert Rosenblum
Publisher:
University At Buffalo Art Galleries, Buffalo, New York, U.S.A.; 1st, No Additional Printing Listed edition (2004)
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44 pages
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Rosenblum, Robert and Sandra Firmin, Patricia Cronin: The Domain of Perfect Affection, exhibition catalogue, UB Art Gallery, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 2004. Frankel, David, Patricia Cronin: Memorial To A Marriage, Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO, 2002.

Rosenblum, Robert and Sandra Firmin, Patricia Cronin: The Domain of Perfect Affection, exhibition catalogue, UB Art Gallery, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 2004. A Perfect Affection The Gallery Channel, HD TV, Produced by Lovett Productions, 2004. "Faculty Profile: Patricia Cronin," Brooklyn College. "2007 Biennial Awards: Patricia Cronin," The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation

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Patricia Cronin: For the last two and a half years, I’ve been working on Memorial to a Marriage. In 1999, I made a piece called The Domain of Perfect Affection-little wax horse sculptures on a pine table.

A publication of the International Sculpture Center. Patricia Cronin: For the last two and a half years, I’ve been working on Memorial to a Marriage. I’m interested in subverting the 19th-century figurative style by injecting contemporary content.

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Patricia Cronin: The Domain of Perfect Affection Essays by Robert Rosenblum P. and Sandra Firmin UB Art Gallery, University at Buffalo, SUNY, 2004.

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  • lets go baby
The first retrospective of Patricia Cronin's work from 1993-2003 at the University at Buffalo Art Galleries includes her works of equestrian love, insider's view of the 90s New York underground sex scene, real estate "yuppie porn," and the monument to her love, Deb Kass, long before the legalization of same-sex marriage in the United States. The title–"the Domain of Perfect Affection"–is both the title of Cronin's bronze sculpted horses and the name of the Rosa Bonheur's estate, which she legally left to her two lovers, Nathalie Micas and Anna Klumpke, in 1899. This exhibition not only shows the trajectory of Cronin's early work, but also places her in the historical lineage of earlier feminist artists (typically forgotten).
  • Gashakar
Important book for understanding the rich oeuvre of an important contemporary artist. Not only does this book, which accompanied Patricia Cronin's 2003 retrospective and the University of Buffalo Art Gallery, provide a great overview of all of Cronin's work, but the essays provide great insight into the ways in which that work is truly a vital contribution to the field of contemporary art. In particular, Sandra Firmin's essay on Cronin's erotic works is a must read for those interested in queer and particularly lesbian subjectivities in contemporary art. Not only does Firmin historically situate Cronin's watercolors and Polaroids, but she also raises and interrogates key issues regarding the lesbian dimensions of those works and the implications of Cronin's practice for larger themes in feminist and gay/queer/lesbian artistic practice. This essay, along with another written by the venerable Robert Rosenblum, are gems.