Collectivism after modernism ([electronic resource] :) : the art of social imagination after 1945 /Materialtype: BokUtgiver: University of Minnesota Press, c2007 .Beskrivelse: xvii, 312 p. : ill .Emne(r): Arts, Modern -- 20th century -- Philosophy | Collectivism -- History -- 20th century | Art and society -- History -- 20th century | Electronic books Online resources: An electronic book accessible through the World Wide Web; click to view List(s) this item appears in: Kartoteket
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: periodizing collectivism / Blake Stimson and Gregory Sholette -- Internationaleries: collectivism, the grotesque, and Cold War functionalism / Jelena Stojanovic -- After the "descent to the everyday": Japanese collectivism from Hi Red Center to The Play, 1964-1973 / Reiko Tomii -- Art & language and the international form in Anglo-American collectivism / Chris Gilbert -- The collective camcorder in art and activism / Jesse Drew -- Performing revolution: Arte Calle, Grupo Provisional, and the response to the Cuban National Crisis, 1986-1989 / Rachel Weiss -- The Mexican Pentagon: adventures in collectivism during the 1970s / Rubén Gallo -- Artists' collectives: focus on New York, 1975-2000 / Alan W. Moore -- The production of social space as artwork: protocols of community in the work of Le Groupe Amos and Huit Facettes / Okwui Enwezor -- Beyond representation and affiliation: collective action in post-Soviet Russia / Irina Aristarkhova -- Do-it-yourself geopolitics: cartographies of art in the world / Brian Holmes.
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