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Subversive Expectations, Performance Art And Paratheater In New York, 1976-85 - Sally Banes
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As critic for the Soho Weekly News and the Village Voice during the 1970s and 1980s, Sally Banes enjoyed an incomparable perspective on the development of what she describes as "the mongrel, elusive, indefinable genre of performance art." In fact, Banes was present during a crucial point in that development, when a previously marginalized form took, quite literally, center stage and emerged as the preeminent form of avant-garde activity. Her reviews and articles explore the work of established a..., As critic for the Soho Weekly News and the Village Voice during the 1970s and 1980s, Sally Banes enjoyed an incomparable perspective on the development of what she describes as "the mongrel, elusive, indefinable genre of performance art." In fact, Banes was present during a crucial point in that development, when a previously marginalized form took, quite literally, center stage and emerged as the preeminent form of avant-garde activity. Her reviews and articles explore the work of established artists such as Meredith Monk, Robert Wilson, Ping Chong, and Joan Jonas; events by the Bread and Puppet Theater, Robert Whitman, Charlotte Moorman, and Chris Burden; revivals of classic avant-garde performances; and the emergence of famous (and some notorious) performers such as Anne Bogart, Karen Finley, Spalding Gray, Steve Buscemi, Tim Miller, and Whoopi Goldberg. The depth and breadth of Banes's criticism realizes not only the continuing growth and development of American performance, but also the complex and sometimes surprising intersection of performance with the "other side" of the art/life divide, the "paratheater" of Japanese tea ceremonies, cat shows, circuses, art exhibits, and amateur nights at the Apollo. Banes's work recognizes the crucial importance of the critic as a situated self that must understand not only the concepts and techniques of avant-garde art, but the rich textures of the community spaces in which that art occurs. Much as her earlier book Greenwich Village 1963: Avant-Garde Performance and the Effervescent Body captured the elusive artistic communities of America's postwar avant-garde activity, Subversive Expectations revels in the invigorating energies of Soho. The author's approach to this complex matrix of art, community, and culture is as interdisciplinary as performance itself, drawing on the histories and theories of painting, photography, dance, theater, and folklore. Her vivid descriptions of ephemeral events and her provocative interpretations fill a gap in the history of contemporary performance, when the avant-garde met the mainstream.Sally Banes is Marian Hannah Winter Professor of Theatre and Dance History, University of Wisconsin-Madison.Taal: Engels; Afmetingen: 26x229x152 mm; Gewicht: 515,00 gram; Verschijningsdatum: juli 1998; Druk: 1; ISBN10: 0472066781; ISBN13: 9780472066780; , Engelstalig | Paperback | 1998, Studie & Management, Kunst & Cultuur, Kunstgeschiedenis, Kunst, Fotografie & Architectuur, Kunstgeschiedenis & Theorieën, Studie & Management, Taal & Letteren, Letterkunde, Literatuur & Romans, Romans algemeen, Kunst, Fotografie & Architectuur, Uitvoerende kunst, Studie & Management, Kunst & Cultuur, Uitvoerende kunst, The University of Michigan Press

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[EAN: 9780472066780], Neubuch, [PU: University of Michigan Press], SALLY BANES,HUMOR AND ENTERTAINMENT,MOVEMENTS PERIODS,ART HISTORY,LITERATURE,THEATER, Performing Arts|Theater|General, Paperback. 312 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.0in.As critic for the Soho Weekly News and the Village Voice during the 1970s and 1980s, Sally Banes enjoyed an incomparable perspective on the development of what she describes as the mongrel, elusive, indefinable genre of performance art. In fact, Banes was present during a crucial point in that development, when a previously marginalized form took, quite literally, center stage and emerged as the preeminent form of avant-garde activity. Her reviews and articles explore the work of established artists such as Meredith Monk, Robert Wilson, Ping Chong, and Joan Jonas; events by the Bread and Puppet Theater, Robert Whitman, Charlotte Moorman, and Chris Burden; revivals of classic avant-garde performances; and the emergence of famous (and some notorious) performers such as Anne Bogart, Karen Finley, Spalding Gray, Steve Buscemi, Tim Miller, and Whoopi Goldberg. The depth and breadth of Baness criticism realizes not only the continuing growth and development of American performance, but also the complex and sometimes surprising intersection of performance with the other side of the artlife divide, the paratheater of Japanese tea ceremonies, cat shows, circuses, art exhibits, and amateur nights at the Apollo. Baness work recognizes the crucial importance of the critic as a situated self that must understand not only the concepts and techniques of avant-garde art, but the rich textures of the community spaces in which that art occurs. Much as her earlier book Greenwich Village 1963: Avant-Garde Performance and the Effervescent Body captured the elusive artistic communities of Americas postwar avant-garde activity, Subversive Expectations revels in the invigorating energies of Soho. The authors approach to this complex matrix of art, community, and culture is as interdisciplinary as performance itself, drawing on the histories and theories of painting, photography, dance, theater, and folklore. Her vivid descriptions of ephemeral events and her provocative interpretations fill a gap in the history of contemporary performance, when the avant-garde met the mainstream. Sally Banes is Marian Hannah Winter Professor of Theatre and Dance History, University of Wisconsin-Madison. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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[EAN: 9780472066780], Neubuch, [PU: The University of Michigan Press, United States], Performing Arts|Theater|General, Language: English . Brand New Book. As critic for the Soho Weekly News and the Village Voice during the 1970s and 1980s, Sally Banes enjoyed an incomparable perspective on the development of what she describes as the mongrel, elusive, indefinable genre of performance art. In fact, Banes was present during a crucial point in that development, when a previously marginalized form took, quite literally, center stage and emerged as the preeminent form of avant-garde activity. Her reviews and articles explore the work of established artists such as Meredith Monk, Robert Wilson, Ping Chong, and Joan Jonas; events by the Bread and Puppet Theater, Robert Whitman, Charlotte Moorman, and Chris Burden; revivals of classic avant-garde performances; and the emergence of famous (and some notorious) performers such as Anne Bogart, Karen Finley, Spalding Gray, Steve Buscemi, Tim Miller, and Whoopi Goldberg. The depth and breadth of Banes s criticism realizes not only the continuing growth and development of American performance, but also the complex and sometimes surprising intersection of performance with the other side of the art/life divide, the paratheater of Japanese tea ceremonies, cat shows, circuses, art exhibits, and amateur nights at the Apollo. Banes s work recognizes the crucial importance of the critic as a situated self that must understand not only the concepts and techniques of avant-garde art, but the rich textures of the community spaces in which that art occurs. Much as her earlier book Greenwich Village 1963: Avant-Garde Performance and the Effervescent Body captured the elusive artistic communities of America s postwar avant-garde activity, Subversive Expectations revels in the invigorating energies of Soho. The author s approach to this complex matrix of art, community, and culture is as interdisciplinary as performance itself, drawing on the histories and theories of painting, photography, dance, theater, and folklore. Her vivid descriptions of ephemeral events and her provocative interpretations fill a gap in the history of contemporary performance, when the avant-garde met the mainstream.Sally Banes is Marian Hannah Winter Professor of Theatre and Dance History, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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[EAN: 9780472066780], Neubuch, [PU: The University of Michigan Press, United States], Performing Arts|Theater|General, Language: English . Brand New Book. As critic for the Soho Weekly News and the Village Voice during the 1970s and 1980s, Sally Banes enjoyed an incomparable perspective on the development of what she describes as the mongrel, elusive, indefinable genre of performance art. In fact, Banes was present during a crucial point in that development, when a previously marginalized form took, quite literally, center stage and emerged as the preeminent form of avant-garde activity. Her reviews and articles explore the work of established artists such as Meredith Monk, Robert Wilson, Ping Chong, and Joan Jonas; events by the Bread and Puppet Theater, Robert Whitman, Charlotte Moorman, and Chris Burden; revivals of classic avant-garde performances; and the emergence of famous (and some notorious) performers such as Anne Bogart, Karen Finley, Spalding Gray, Steve Buscemi, Tim Miller, and Whoopi Goldberg. The depth and breadth of Banes s criticism realizes not only the continuing growth and development of American performance, but also the complex and sometimes surprising intersection of performance with the other side of the art/life divide, the paratheater of Japanese tea ceremonies, cat shows, circuses, art exhibits, and amateur nights at the Apollo. Banes s work recognizes the crucial importance of the critic as a situated self that must understand not only the concepts and techniques of avant-garde art, but the rich textures of the community spaces in which that art occurs. Much as her earlier book Greenwich Village 1963: Avant-Garde Performance and the Effervescent Body captured the elusive artistic communities of America s postwar avant-garde activity, Subversive Expectations revels in the invigorating energies of Soho. The author s approach to this complex matrix of art, community, and culture is as interdisciplinary as performance itself, drawing on the histories and theories of painting, photography, dance, theater, and folklore. Her vivid descriptions of ephemeral events and her provocative interpretations fill a gap in the history of contemporary performance, when the avant-garde met the mainstream.Sally Banes is Marian Hannah Winter Professor of Theatre and Dance History, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Subversive Expectations: Performance Art and Paratheater in New York, 1976-85
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Sally Banes

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Subversive Expectations: Performance Art and Paratheater in New York, 1976-85

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9780472066780

The rise of performance art as chronicled by renowned critic Sally Banes. Her approach to the complex matrix of art, community, and culture draws on histories and theories of painting, photography, dance, theater, and folklore. Her vivid descriptions and provocative interpretations fill a gap in the history of contemporary performance--where the avant-garde met the mainstream.

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Publishing year: 1976
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