Illustration by Imogen Worthington
WELCOME TO THE RESOURCE ROOM!
THE RESOURCE ROOM IS AN ONGOING PROJECT, CREATED AND MONITORED BY TABLOIDARTHISTORY. IT CONSISTS OF A LIST OF ONLINE RESOURCES & READING RECOMMENDATIONS THAT CAN BE USED TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ART HISTORY AND VISUAL CULTURE.
Museums with great online resources and/or social media
💗 THE TABLOIDARTHISTORY COMMUNITY’s READING LIST(S) 💗
In January 2019 we asked our instagram followers what book they’d recommend reading to think about art / art history / visual culture. Here are their answers*:
Roland Barthes, Rhetoric of the Image
Roland Barthes, Camera Lucida
Michael Baxandall, Painting and Experience in Fifteenth – Century Italy
John Berger, Ways of Seeing
Johanna Burton, ” A Few Troubles with the Eighties” (article)
George Chauncey, Gay New York
Arthur Danto, The End of Art
Jodi Dean, Faces as Commons
Terry Eagleton, Culture
Jas Elsner, Roman Eyes: Visuality and Subjectivity in Art and Text
Pablo Helguera, Education for Socially Engaged Art
Philip Mann, Dandy at Dusk
Uri McMillan, Embodied Avatars
Richard Meyer, Outlaw Representations
Sianne Ngai, Our Aesthetic Categories
Griselda Pollock, Vision & Difference
Christopher Reed, Art and Homosexuality
Maura Reilly, Curatorial Activism
Susan Sontag, Notes On Camp
Susan Sontag, On Photography
* Disclaimer: the TAH team has not read all of this book, and these were recommended by followers via the “question” feature on Instagram Stories.
Others resources (mostly UK based)
Have a resource to add? Email Mayanne to add it to our resource room!