Mark Antliff

Mary Grace Wilson Professor of Art, Art History & Visual Studies

External address: 
Bay 9, Smith Warehouse, Room A288, Duke University, Box 90766, Durham, NC 27708
Internal office address: 
Box 90766, Durham, NC 27708-0764
Phone: 
(919) 684-5286

Overview

Mark Antliff received his Ph.D. from Yale University and is author of Inventing Bergson: Cultural Politics and the Parisian Avant-Garde (1993) and Avant-Garde Fascism: The Mobilization of Myth, Art and Culture in France, 1909-1939 (2007) as well as co-author of Fascist Visions: Art and Ideology in France and Italy (with Matthew Affron, 1997), Cubism and Culture (with Patricia Leighten, 2001), and A Cubism Reader: Documents and Criticism 1906-1914 (with Patricia Leighten, 2008). His research and teaching interests focus on art in Europe before 1945, with special attention to cultural politics in all its permutations, as well as the interrelation of art and philosophy.

Education & Training

  • Ph.D., Yale University 1990

  • M.A., Queen's University 1984

  • B.A., McGill University (Canada) 1981

Antliff, M, and Leighten, P. Le cubisme devant ses contemporains – Documents et critiques (1906-1914). Paris: Les presses du réel, 2015. (Edited Book)

Antliff, M, and Klein, S. Vorticism: New Perspectives. Oxford University Press, 2013.

Antliff, M, and Leighten, P. A Cubism Reader: Documents and Criticism 1906-1914. University of Chicago Press, 2008.

Antliff, M, and Leighten, P. Cubism and Culture. London and New York: Thames & Hudson Press, 2001.

Antliff, M. Fascist Visions: Art and Ideology in France and Italy. Ed. M Affron and M Antliff. Princeton University Press, 1997.

Antliff, M. Inventing Bergson: Cultural Politics and the Parisian Avant-Garde. Princeton University Press, 1993.

Antliff, M. "Revolutionary Immanence: Bergson among the Anarchists." Bergson and the Art of Immanence. Ed. J Mullarkey and CD Mille. Edinburgh University Press, 2013. 94-111.

Antliff, M. "Politicizing the New Sculpture." Vorticism: New Perspectives. Ed. M Antliff and S Klein. Oxford University Press, 2013. 102-118.

Antliff, M. "Introduction: Vorticisms." Vorticism: New Perspectives. Ed. S Klein and M Antliff. Oxford University Press, 2013. 1-11.

Antliff, M. "La sculpture contre l’État. Gaudier Brzeska, Dora Marsden, Ezra Pound." Artistes et partis – Esthétique et politique (1900-1945). Ed. MS eds and M Carli. Presses du réel, 2012.

Antliff, M. "Organicism among the Cubists: The Case of Raymond Duchamp-Villon." Biocentrism and Modernism. Ed. O Botar and I Wünsche. Ashgate Publishing, 2011. 161-181.

Antliff, M. "Labor, Leisure, and Dissident Socialism: Robert L. Herbert’s Social History of Art." Histoire sociale de l’art: une anthologie critique. Ed. P Bordes. Les Presses du Réel, 2011.

Antliff, M. "Sculptural Nominalism/Anarchist Vortex: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Dora Marsden, Ezra Pound." The Vorticists: Rebel Artists in London and New York, 1914-1918. Tate Publishing, 2010. 47-57.

Antliff, M. "Classicism Neither Right nor Left: the Combat Group and the Cultural Politics of French Fascism during the 1930’s." Academics, Pompiers, Official Artists and the Arrière-garde: Defining Tradition in France, 1900-1960. Ed. N Adamson and T Norris. Cambridge University Press, 2010, 2010. 169-189.

Antliff, M. "The Jew As Anti-Artist: Georges Sorel, Antisemitism, and the Aesthetics of Class-Consciousness." Jewish Dimensions in Modern Visual Culture: Antisemitism, Assimilation, Affirmation. Ed. M Baigel, M Heyd, and RC Washton-Long. Brandeis University Press, 2010. 19-50.

Antliff, M. "’Their Country’: Henri Gaudier, Anarchism, and Anti-Militarism, 1910-1914." ‘We the Moderns’: Gaudier Brzeska and his European Contemporaries. Ed. S Barassi. Kettles Yard Gallery, 2007. 75-87.

Pages

Antliff, M. "From Class War to Creative Revolution: Bergson, Communitas and the European Left (Accepted)." Annales Bergsoniennes (December 2014). (Academic Article)

Levebre, A, White, M, and Antliff, M. "Bergson, Politics and Religion." Symplokē (2014). (Review)

Antliff, M. "Contagious Joy: Jacob Epstein, The Tomb of Oscar Wilde, and Action d’art (Accepted)." Journal of Modern Periodical Studies (October 2013). (Academic Article)

Antliff, M. "Contagious joy: Anarchism, censorship and the reception of Jacob Epstein's Tomb of Oscar Wilde, c. 1913." Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 4.2 (January 1, 2013): 195-225. Full Text

Antliff, M. "Nasjonens kroppslighet: kubisme og keltisk nasjonalisme." Paginert utgave I Teori & Praksis 1 (2012): 1-19. (Academic Article)

Antliff, M. "Bad Anarchism; Aestheticized Mythmaking and the Legacy of Georges Sorel among the European Left." Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies 2 (2012): 155-187. (Academic Article)

Antliff, M. "Drawing the Vortex." Tate, etc. (June 2011): 36-41. (Academic Article)

Antliff, M. "Mitos de revolución: fascismo de vanguardia en Francia." Afinidades. Revista de Literatura y Pensamiento (May 2011): 23-35. (Academic Article)

Pages

The Vorticists: Rebel Artists in London and New York, 1914-1918. Creator. (2010)

Abstract

Co-curated with Vivien Greene, Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York., 2010-2011, Venues included The Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University; The Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice; Tate Britain, London (September 2010-September 2011).