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From Margin to Center: The Spaces of Installation Art

Artist/Author: Julie H Reiss | Reference: P3496 | ISBN: 978-0262681346 | Type: Publication

A study of installation art, from its marginalized beginnings in the late 1950s to its central position in today's art world.

Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object from 1966 to 1972

Editor: Lucy R Lippard | Reference: P2918 | ISBN: 978-0520210134 | Type: Publication

Lucy R. Lippard documents the chaotic network of ideas that has been labeled conceptual art. The book is arranged as an annotated chronology into which is woven a rich collection of original documents–including texts by and taped discussions among and with the artists involved.

Happenings and Other Acts

Editor: Mariellen R Sandford | Reference: P0343 | ISBN: 0 415 09936 6 | Type: Publication

Collection of seminal essays, interviews and performance texts by and about Happenings and Fluxus artists. Includes the 1965 Happenings issue of TDR (The Drama Review) edited by Michael Kirby. This item is part of the Study Room Guide: A Bi(bli)ography of Insurrectionary Imaginati by John Jordan (P0793) and the Study Room Guide on Performance, Politics, Ethics and Human Rights by Adrien Sina (P0661)

Part of the Library of Performing Rights (LPR) (P3041).

Move. Choreographing You: Art and Dance Since the 1960s

Artist/Author: Susan Leigh Foster, Andre Lepecki, Peggy Phelan | Editor: Stephanie Rosenthal | Reference: P1735 | ISBN: 978-1-85332-282-2 | Type: Publication

Move. Choreographing You, Art and Dance Since the 1960s, explores cross-currents between contemporary art and dance over the past fifty years, with essays by Susan Leigh Foster, Andre Lepecki, Peggy Phelan.

Move. Choreographing You: Art and Dance Since the 1960s

Artist/Author: Susan Leigh Foster, Andre Lepecki, Peggy Phelan | Editor: Stephanie Rosenthal | Reference: P1735 | ISBN: 978-1-85332-282-2 | Type: Publication

Move. Choreographing You, Art and Dance Since the 1960s, explores cross-currents between contemporary art and dance over the past fifty years, with essays by Susan Leigh Foster, Andre Lepecki, Peggy Phelan.