Exhibiting the New Art

PDF EBook by Christian Rattemeyer

EBook Description

Afterall Books' new "Exhibition Histories" series responds to an increased interest in exhibition history with its inaugural volume on two of the most famous exhibitions of the 1960s: Wim Beeren's "Op Losse Schroeven" (Stedelijk Museum, 1969) and Harald Szeemann's "When Attitudes Become Form" (Kunsthalle Berne, also 1969). Exhibiting the New Art PDF EBook Installation photographs allow the reader to envision the exhibitions, and chronologies detail the negotiations that steered them. Also provided are reprinted reviews, bibliographies and texts from the exhibitions, newly commissioned essays and interviews with artists Marinus Boezem, Jan Dibbets, Ger van Elk, Piero Gilardi and Richard Serra, and curators Wim Bereen, Charles Harrison, Harald Szeemann and Tommaso Trini. This volume is produced by Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London in association with the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, and Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven. Like this book? Read online this: The Guide to Art Exhibitions, I racconti di Pietroburgo.

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