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Upping the anti in Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore's collaborative "self-portraits"

  title={Upping the anti in Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore's collaborative "self-portraits"},
  author={Amber Lee Smith},


The death of the author
It takes skill to change a person’s attitude, even slightly, especially when that person is, like me, obdurate by nature and past middle age in the life cycle, but Professor David Ellis, author of the lucid and moving Death and the Author, has caused me to revise upwards my opinion of D H Lawrence. Expand
Who is an author?
  • K. Swedberg
  • Medicine
  • European journal of heart failure
  • 2008
The European Journal of Heart Failure complies with the definitions of authorship as outlined by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors which is available online at: Expand
Claude Cahun: A Sensual Politics of Photography
This is the first single-authored book in English on the photographer Claude Cahun, whose work was rediscovered in the 1980s. Doy moves beyond standard postmodern approaches, instead repositioningExpand
Translator's Note. Disavowals. By Claude Cahun
  • 2007
Don't kiss me : the art of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore
Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore were an extraordinary couple who worked and lived together for more than 40 years. Cahun and Moore were the pseudonyms for Lucy Schwob and Suzanne Malherbe, who met inExpand
Entre Nous: Between Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore
In the mid-1990s, images of the surrealist Claude Cahun crossed the Atlantic from France to the United States, where her edgy portraiture captured the imagination of new audiences. Theatrical imagesExpand
Imaging the Actor: the Theater of Claude Cahun
  • Oxford Art Journal
  • 2006
Beyond representation: Claude Cahun's monstrous mischief-making
Abstract This article explores how Claude Cahun (1894–1954) interrogated vision in her photographs as a means of control and categorization of the ‘other’, particularly in relation to sexological andExpand
Claude Cahun, Marcel Moore, and the Collaborative Construction of a Lesbian Subjectivity
  • 2005