225.00 EUR (kostenfreier Versand)
Preis inkl. Versand:
Alle Preisangaben inkl. USt
Daniel Borkert/Gilbert Schwarz/Urban Zerfaß
Ja (Weitere Details)
Büchersendung / ab 60 Euro frei!
1 - 3 Werktage
192 S. Mit zahlr. Abb. Originalbroschur und Originaldose mit Schmierseife!!
Eins von nur 400 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe mit der Objektdose. Ein gutes und sauberes Exemplar. - Summary A survey of art produced and performed?often at personal and political risk to the artist?in fourteen East European countries under communist and post-communist conditions. With essays by Joseph Backstein, Iara Boubnova, Jurij Krpan, Ileana Pintilie, Kristine Stiles, Branka Stipancic, Igor Zabel, and others The earliest "body art" was created in Eastern Europe in the early 1960s. The term "body art" includes a wide range of practices in which the artist's own body is the bearer of social, political, metaphorical, and philosophical content. This book includes essays on eighty artists from fourteen countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, the former GDR, Hungary, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Yugoslavia. Introductory essays by Zdenka Badovinac and Kristine Stiles discuss the tradition of an art form that emerged during socialism in cultural centers such as Prague, Belgrade, Ljubljana, Warsaw, and Zagreb. In these places public actions, particularly on the street, were often banned?and artists arrested?by the police. Therefore many of the actions documented here took place in private apartments, with the artists performing at great personal risk. The art survived not only despite the absence of any art market, but also despite its marginalization by political regimes. The artists turned their marginalization to an advantage, creating art out of the contingencies and necessities of survival. The art represented here reminds us of the psychological and intellectual freedoms that artistic expression affords under politically repressive conditions. This bilingual (Slovenian/English) book was originally published in conjunction with a major retrospective exhibition of body art held last year at the Museum of Modern Art in Ljubljana. Some of the artists, such as Marina Abramovic and Komar & Melamid, are well known internationally. Others, such as Alexander Brener, Sanja Ivekovic, Laibach, Paul Neagu, and Marko Peljhan, are known to special audiences in the East and West. Rassim Krastev, Ventsislav Zankov, Jusuf Hadzifejzovic, Nebojsa Seric - Soba, Milan Knizak, so Jiri Kovanda, Karel Miler, Jan Mlcoch, Jiri Suruvka, Petr Stembera, Margita Titlová-YIovsky, Nenad Dancuo, Vlasta Delimar, Tomislav Gotovac, Aleksandar Ilic, Sanja Ivekovic, Bozidar Jurjevic, Dalibor Martinis, Slaven Tolj, Marina Abramovic, Dejan Andelkovic & Jelica Radovanovic, Radomir Damnjan, Era Milivojevic, Tanja Ostojic, Nesa Paripoyic, Nenad Rackovic, Miroslav Misa Savic, Bálint Szombathy, Ilija Soskic, Rasa Todosijevic, POST ARS: Aleksas Andriuskevicius, Robertas Antinis, Ceslovas Lukenskas, Eglé Rakauskaité, Tibor Hajas, Istvân Kovács, János Szirtes, Pavel Braila, Lilia Dragneva & Lucia Macari, " AUTOPERFORATIONSARTISTEN: Micha Brendel, Else Gabriel & Ulf Wrede, Via Lewandowsky & Durs Grünbein, Jerzy Beres, Katarzyna Kozyra, KwieKulik, Natalia LL, ; Teresa Murak, Józef Robakowski, Jerzy Truszkowski, Alexandru Antik, Ion Grigorescu, Paul Neagu, Amalia Perjovschi, Dan Perjovschi, Alexander Brener, Vadim Fishkin, Rimma & Valery Gerlovin, Komar & Melamid, Oleg Kulik, Igor Makarevich, Vladislav Mamushev Monroe, MOVEMENT GROUP, Alexander Yulikov, ARTPROSPEKT P.O.P (Ladislav Pagác - Viktor Oravec-Milan Pagác), Peter Bartos, L'ubomir Durcek, Michal Kern, Vladimir Kordos, Peter Meluzin, Dezider Toth (D.T.), BORGHESIA, Leonora Jakovljevie-Mark, Marko A. Kovacic, LAIB ACH, Oddelek za cisto in prakticno filozofijo pri NSK /, Department of Pure and Applied Philosophy at NSK: Peter Mlakar, OHO: David Nez, Andraz Salamun, Tomaz Salamun, Marko Peljhan, Franc Purg, Joze Slak - Doka, Ive Tabar, Janja Zvegelj.