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Art In The Seventies


“Edward Lucie-Smith, a critic and historian of art who is deeply immersed in the works and trends of the seventies here provides the first general survey of the decade. In a volume alive with visual images that are often surprising and sometimes disturbing, he analyzes the development both of old forms and of new ones, and provides a coherent framework for the general reader.”

Contents: The Popular Arts; Post Pop and Mandarin Taste; Abstract Painting; Illusionary Art; Figurative Painting; Fetish Art and Happenings; Political Art; Art as Environment and Architecture; High-Tech and the Third World, plus a biographical list of the artists featured and a “further reading” list.

Includes the work of: Stephen Willats, Lawrence Weiner, Brice Marden, Robert Mapplethorpe, Vito Acconci, Jo Baer, Joseph Beuys, Lynda Benglis, Bob Law, Philip King, Alan Kessler, On Kawara, Douglas Heubler, John Kacere, Richard Long, Robert Mangold, Philip Guston, Hans Haacke, Nancy Grossman, Robert Grosvenor, Nancy Graves, Walter de Maria, U-Fan, Claude Viallet, Nancy Spero, Peter Saul, Robert Ryman, James Rosenquist, Joel Shapiro, Sylvia Sleigh, Robert Stackhouse, Paul Thek, Giulio Paolini, Nam June Paik, Bruce Nauman, Roman Opalka, Dennis Oppenheim, Tony Cragg, Judy Chicago, Larry Bell, Daniel Buren, Chuck Close, and many more.

* Condition: Very Good (general wear) – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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Not New Work

In conjunction with Not New Work: Vincent Fecteau Selects from the Collection, 2009, SFMOMA commissioned Vincent Fecteau to create an artist’s book, in which he chose to focus on a particular work in the exhibition—Christopher Wilmarth’s plywood-and-glass sculpture New (1968). The publication consists of approximately a dozen loose postcards depicting Wilmarth’s sculpture, enclosed in a plastic sleeve. Works from the exhibition photographed by way of Wilmarth’s foregrounding sculpture are by Lynda Benglis, Judy Chicago, Friedel Dzubas, Max Ernst, Richard Faralia, Ralph Goings, Joe Goode, Charles Howard, Ralph Humphrey, Jess, Ron Nagle, Robert Overby, Dorothy Reid, Diego Rivera, Erio Rudd, George Segal, Wayne Thiebaud, Tom of Finland, H.C. Westermann, and Peter Young.

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Politics of Study
Sidsel Meineche Hansen & Tom Vandeputte (Eds.)


Universities and art schools alike have been subjected to the pressure of recent austerity politics and the ongoing attempt to transform higher education on the basis of neoliberal principles. In this context, there is an urgent need to conceive of alternative frameworks and methodologies of study – whether this is within, outside or at the margins of academic institutions. This book examines what is currently at stake in education through a series of conversations with artists, theorists, activists and educators who are all actively involved in developing new models of study. Ranging from self-organised learning to critical teaching methodologies, the conversations gathered here offer a resource for those interested in the renewed politicisation of education and alternative modes of pedagogy and inquiry.

With contributions by Andrea Fraser, Brian Holmes, Gal Kirn, Gerald Raunig, Judy Chicago, Melissa Gordon & Marina Vishmidt, Ruth Sonderegger, Suhail Malik, Timothy Ivison and The New Centre for Research & Practice.

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MOUSSE #51
1985-1995 EXHIBITION VIEWS


Mousse 51 is a photo issue dedicated to exhibitions from 1985 to 1995, the last ten years or so before exhibitions went online, and possibly, before the exhibition view became a requisite genre. Up to 20 years ago, galleries and museum, art magazines and schools had no websites; viewing a show would mean, quite simply, visiting it. A great number of seminal shows—from small but consequential artists’ debuts in private galleries, to the innovative biennial iterations in new territories and continents, to thematic and now historicized institutional exhibitions—were richly studied, avidly discussed, but poorly photographed, if at all. This issue is an album of recommendations, for which we are very grateful to all the writers, artists, curators, dealers, and friends who accepted to share with us their favorite shows.

The Artist as Curator
Issue #10 an insert in Mousse Magazine #51

This is the last installment of The Artist as Curator, a serial publication* examining the fundamental role artists have played as curators, from the postwar period to the present, edited by Elena Filipovic, that appeared as a special insert in Mousse over the past two years. In this issue, Natalie Musteate discusses Womanhouse (1972) by Judy Chicago, Miriam Schapiro, and the CalArts Feminist Art Program, while Ekaterina Degot addresses Avdey Ter-Oganyan’s Toward the Object from 1992. This installment is realized in partnership with the Centre d’art Contemporain Genève and Museo Marino Marini, Florence.

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