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Laura J Hoptman, Tomas Pospiszyl, Majlena Braun, Clay Tarica, Ilya Kabakov,

Published by MIT Press (MA) November 2002 (2002)

ISBN 10: 0262083132 ISBN 13: 9780262083133


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About this Item: MIT Press (MA) November 2002, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: Used - Good. Although a number of books have told the story of modern and contemporaryart in Eastern and Central Europe, missing from these accounts have been the sourcesthemselves. This book, the result of years of research by an international team ofartists, curators, editors, translators, and scholars working with the Museum ofModern Art, presents primary documents drawn from the artistic archives of Easternand Central Europe during the second half of the twentieth century. Because thepractice of criticism in this region was for many years almost completelysuppressed, the writings of the artists themselves often fulfill a critical as wellas an aesthetic and ideological function. The manifestoes, photo essays, proposals, scripts, and other writings assembled here comprise the first anthology of thismaterial in any language.The source materials presented--almost all of thempreviously untranslated into English--are from Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, andSlovenia. The book is introduced by Ilya Kabakov. Each chapter is preceded by abrief introduction and is followed by a case study that chronicles an event or thecreation or reception of an artwork, illustrating the issues raised in thatchapter. A sourcebook of primary documents on Eastern and Central European art from the second half of the twentieth century. Book has minor shelf wear. No dust jacket as issued. Seller Inventory # 71305

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