• Ana Mendieta- a search for identity 

    Finkelstein, Stephanie Lynne (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012-06-13)
    Ana Mendieta was a Cuban-American female artist, whose work was a continuing search for identity throughout her life. She often searched for her roots in the earth itself, using it directly in her art and with her own ...
  • The impression of humor: Mary Cassatt and her rendering of wit 

    Thornton, Meghan (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
    The academic scholarship that surrounds Mary Cassatt situates her work within a staunchly gendered category of "female artist." By placing this title on the artist and her work, in the context of 19th century art criticism, ...
  • MUSEUM magazine, Number 55 

    MU Museum of Art and Archaeology; Barker, Alex W.; Pixley, Mary L.; Schmidt, Claire; Callaway, Cathy; Mehrhoff, Arthur; Cox, Bruce; Kidd, Benton (MU Museum of Art and Archaeology, 2009)
    The featured article in this issue is another look at the "The Sacred Feminine, Prehistory to Postmodernity" exhibit (not the same article featured in issue 54). After that, it offers an overview of the "Faces of Warhol" ...