VVP AVU - Charles T. Harrison
The Moment of Conceptual Art
Rovnocenné spoluautorství: VVP AVU
Zařazení: dokumentace -
Datum vzniku: 2007
SPOLUPRACOVALI A ÚČINKOVALI
Dále spolupracovali: Jan Vidlička, Jan Vidlička
Zvuk: Se zvukem
Jazyk popisků: EN
VYSTAVENÍ, ZVEŘEJNĚNÍ, ŠÍŘENÍ
Audiovizuální vysílání (TV, rozhlas): Artyčok.tv
Datum vysílání: 9.12.2007
POZNÁMKY A DOPLŇUJÍCÍ INFORMACE
Poznámky: Tranzitdisplay, on December 5th 2007, 4 p.m., a presentation and lecture of one of the members of Art & Language took place.
This lecture considered the origins and development of the Conceptual Art movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s, with particular reference to the practice of Art & Language, with which Charles Harrison is associated.
It considered both the crisis of transatlantic Modernism from which the movement emerged, and the mutation of Conceptual Art into the Postmodernist Conceptualism which is now widespread throughout the international artworld.
Převzatý text o díle: [dostupná pouze v angličtině:]
Charles Harrison is Professor of the History and Theory of Art at the Open University. He has been associated with the artistic practice Art & Language since 1971 and collaborates with Michael Baldwin and Mel Ramsden on publications issued in that name. He has been visiting professor at the Universities of Chicago and of Texas at Austin and was a Getty Scholar for the year 2001-2.
Zdroj textu: VVP AVU
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