The subject in art : portraiture and the birth of the modern / Catherine M. Soussloff.
Argues that the modern subject did not emerge from psychoanalysis or existential philosophy but rather within early-twentieth-century Viennese portraiture.
Duke University Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction: the subject in art
- A genealogy of the subject in the portrait
- The birth of the social history of art
- The subject at risk: Jewish assimilation and Viennese portraiture
- Art photography, portraiture, and modern subjectivity
- Regarding the subject in art history: an epilogue