Timothy Mitchell

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“Orientalism and the Exhibitionary Order” By Timothy Mitchell Art History: Theories and Approaches ARH456 01 Fall 2012 :

“Orientalism and the Exhibitionary Order” By Timothy Mitchell Art History: Theories and Approaches ARH456 01 Fall 2012

Timothy Mitchell:

Timothy Mitchell “Orientalism and the Exhibitionary Order” By Timothy Mitchell

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Publications 2009 1991

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E dwin Lord Weeks, "Riders in front of the Mosque at Lahore" (1889)

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Elizabeth Nourse, "The Mosque, Tunis" (1897)

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Jean-Léon Gerôme, "The Call to Prayer" (1866) We prefer to view an exhibit of objects because it “was not just a place set apart, outside the world or above it.  Ideally, it was a position from where, like the authorities in Bentham’s panopticon, one could see and yet not be seen .”[22] At the same time as the Europeans wished to elide himself in order to constitute the world as something not-himself, something other and object-like, he also wanted to experience it as though it were the real thing …There was a contradiction, therefore, between the need to separate oneself from the world and render it up as an object of representation, and the desire to lose oneself within the object-world and experience it directly .

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Jean Leon Gerome The Blue Mosque , 1878

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