Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973. Tobias Hoffmann.
Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973
Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973
Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973
Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973
Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973
Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973
Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973
Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973
Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973

Die neuen Tendenzen eine europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973

Heidelberg: Edition Braus, 2007. Hardcover. Bw illus. boards with white lettering on bw spine. [323] with illus. throughout in color and bw. No dust jacket. A bit heavy and may require extra postage, depending upon your location. Please inquire. VG- but art school ex-lib. with usual marks. Item #157456
ISBN: 9783899042498

Subtitle: zur Ausstellung Die Neuen Tendenzen. eine Europäische Künstlerbewegung 1961 - 1973 ; eine Ausstellung des Museums für Konkrete Kunst Ingolstadt, 29. September 2006 bis 7. Januar 2007 ; Leopold-Hoesch-Museum, Düren, 28. Januar bis 25. März 2007. The project international maps the plurality of art directions represented through exhibitions, symposiums and publications which were held under the terms of the New Tendencies, the New Tendency and the Tendencies [hereafter jointly as NT], in Zagreb and in other centres and locations for presentations, from 1961 to 1973, taking NT as a dynamic international network and a stage for different but unarguably advanced artistic theories and practices of the 1960s in the Contemporary Art Gallery [what is today the Contemporary Art Museum, Zagreb], within the City of Zagreb Galleries, which organized five NT exhibitions in Zagreb from 1961 to 1973, while major exhibitions were also held in Paris, Venice and Leverkusen. A joint exhibition of European artists in 1961 grew into an international movement that would be referred to as the NT, also significant for gathering artists, gallery owners and theoreticians during the Cold War, first from Eastern and Western Europe [and dissidents from South America], and, from 1965 onwards, also those from USA, the Soviet Union and South America, and subsequently from Africa and Asia. Such a unique situation was realized by the cultural and geo-political position of Zagreb, in the then socialist and unaligned Yugoslavia. - oris.hr Text in German with English at back.

OCLC: 180964851

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