Performing Idea: Approximating the Art of Stuart Sherman

Notes

This performance is centred around a series of re-enacted performances based on the works of the late American artist Stuart Sherman (1945 – 2001), a seminal though underexposed figure in the history of performance art.

Artist / Author Robin Deacon
Publisher Performance Matters, British Library
Reference D2104
Date 2010
Type DVD

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