Ocana

For decades, José Luis Pérez Ocaña has been a figure totally ignored by the historiography of Spanish art. More present in newspapers of the time than in galleries and art magazines, one might wonder if recovering Ocaña today as a queer artist is nothing but dehistoricizing him, imposing genealogies and notions that, rather than revealing, hide the contexts of discursive production, artistic and political post-Francoism, but also of the counterculture. When Andy Warhol is exalted by the Museum of Modern Art, two years after his death, in 1989, as one of the most emblematic artists of North American art, Douglas Crimp wonders, forcing art historiography to look squarely at the cultural studies and queer, what is the Warhol we deserve? Today we can ask ourselves: what is the Ocaña we deserve? This monograph is the first systematic work dedicated to Ocaña and, as Pedro G. Romero, responsible for the edition, points out, an attempt to relocate some behaviors that have too often escaped the artistic field to appear as mere sociocultural facts. Language: Spanish Pages: 475 pp. Dimensions: 24 x 4.5 x 17 cm Binding: Soft cover Conservation: It may present marks and slight damage.
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