Performance art

Performance art

: From Futurism to the present

by RoseLee Goldberg
5th September, 2011

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First published in 1979, the latest edition of this pioneering study in the World of Art series surveys a full century of performance, from the Futurist manifesto of 1909 to the second decade of the new millennium. Art historian and gallery curator Rose Lee Goldberg explains how a medium once used only in sporadic outbreaks of artistic dissent has become, over the course of a century, a vital and integral part of the contemporary mainstream and a global phenomenon. RoseLee Goldberg is Director of Performa, a multi-disciplinary arts organization for the research, development and presentation of 21st-century visual art performance.Among her other books are Performance: Live Art Since the 60s and Laurie Anderson, both published by Thames & Hudson.

Details & Specs

Series: World of art

Author: RoseLee Goldberg

Publisher: Thames and Hudson

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9780500204047

Publication Date: 5th September, 2011

Pages: 256

Dimensions: 210 x 150 x 16 mm

Notes: ill., ports.

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