Something Flashed Something Broke Something Remained
Kasia Redzisz, Karol Sienkiewicz Open Art Projects, 2013 Strony / Pages: 236, miekka oprawa ISBN: 978-83-64177-18-7
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Consciousness Neue Bieremiennost was an art group formed in the mid 1980s in Poland by three sculptors: Miroslaw Balka, Miroslaw Filonik, and Marek Kijewski. Their collaborative exhibitions, which included action art, performances, and sculptures, mounted political protests by mocking highlights of the communist calendar, such as Women’s Day, Victory Day, and Miner’s Day. This volume recreates the history of the group and its often fleeting creations and sets it in the context of Polish life and politics of the 1980s and the artistic scene it spawned. Offering new insight into Polish art of the ’80s, and particularly into the relationship between the communist art system and the alternative art scene that opposed it, the book offers the most comprehensive picture yet of this group’s work and legacy. Close Contents Review Quotes Introduction White and Red(s) Piotr Osęka Something Flashed, Something Broke, Something Remained Kasia Redzisz, Karol Sienkiewicz Tinned Bruno Schulz Mirosław Bałka, Mirosław Filonik Laughing At My Head David Crowley Endnotes List of Illustrations Index Art: Art Criticism History: European History You may purchase this title at these fine bookstores. Outside the USA, see our international sales information. Chicago Manual of Style | Latest From Chicago Our Journals Division has a new website at journals.uchicago.edu! Cryptonym Blog Publisher Publisher Logo All Books from Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw RSS Feed RSS feed of the latest books from Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. RSS Feed University of Chicago Press: 1427 E. 60th Street Chicago, IL 60637 USA | Voice: 773.702.7700 | Fax: 773.702.9756 Privacy Policies Site Map Bibliovault Chicago Manual of Style Turabian Scientific Style and Format University of Chicago
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