Penny SparkeAs long as it's Pink: Politiques sexuelles du goût
Translated for the first time into French, As Long as it’s Pink… is a landmark text in the structuring of the field of design history written by Anglo-Saxon design historian Penny Sparke. It is important because it can be seen as a form of territorialization of an aspect of women’s history. In the book, women, conditioned by social construction, experience design (spaces and objects) through their personal taste. Penny Sparke, who was then director of the V&A/RCA History of Design Postgraduate Programme at the Royal College of Art in London, operates by asking questions such as: is a woman’s taste really different from a man’s? Who says it is? Why does it matter?
- Penny Sparke
- T&p Publishing
- Language French
- Format19 x 12 cm