Gabriele Genge

Gabriele Genge is a professor for modern and contemporary art history and art theory at the University Duisburg-Essen. Her recent research covers particularly transcultural and postcolonial areas of the discipline with a specific focus on French Colonialism and African and African-American image theory, knowledge systems and epistemology as well as migratory issues in art history. She supervised the DFG research project »The Anachronic and the Present: Aesthetic Perception and Artistic Concepts of Temporality in the Black Atlantic.«

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Art and Visual Studies, Art Theory, History of Fine Arts

Publications in the Series: Image

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Aesthetic Temporalities Today
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Aesthetic Temporalities Today

Present, Presentness, Re-Presentation

The volume deals with the present, its plural conditions, and global meanings in visual culture, art, and aesthetics from the 18th century until today.
Art History and Fetishism Abroad
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Art History and Fetishism Abroad

Global Shiftings in Media and Methods

By focusing on the various modes and media of the fetishised object, the anthology shifts the debates on thingness into a new global art historical perspective.

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