Subversive Praktiken / Practices

Kunst unter Bedingungen politischer Repression
60er –80er / Südamerika / Europa

Art under Conditions of Political Repression
60s–80s / South America / Europe

Eds.: Hans D. Christ, Iris Dressler
Published by Hatje Cantz
ISBN: 978-3-7757-2755-6
584 pages, German-Englich, 804 illustrations (541 in color)
Format: 17 x 24 cm, Hardcover
Price: 39,80 Euro
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The catalogue , published in the framework of the eponymous exhibition at the Württembergischer Kunstverein in 2009, focuses on experimental and conceptual artistic practices generated under conditions of political repression in South America and Europe during the nineteen-sixties to eighties. Artistic practices are explored that not only call into question the traditional conception of art, the institution, or the relationship between art and public, but that were also posited against the existing political systems of power. Subversive Practices offers—besides documentation of the exhibition, in which over three hundred works were presented, and an introduction to its thematic fields—contributions by the thirteen co-curators as well as texts, manifestos, and scripts originating in the nineteen-sixties to eighties, with most translated into German and English for the first time.

With texts by

Ramón Castillo / Paulina Varas, Lutz Dammbeck, Hans D. Christ, Fernando Davis, Iris Dressler, Cristina Freire, Sabine Hänsgen, Miguel A. López / Emilio Tarazona, Ileana Pintilie Teleaga, Valentín Roma / Daniel García Andújar, Annamária Szőke / Miklós Peternák, Anne Thurmann-Jajes

With historical texts by
Juan Acha, Gábor Altorjay, Jorge Eielson, Miklós Erdély, Carlos Ginzburg, Ion Grigorescu, Indigo-Group, Mirko Lauer, Francesco Mariotti / José Andrés Lacko, Andrej Monastyrskij, Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, Paul Neagu, Gyula Pauer, Luis Pazos, Juan Carlos Romero, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Horacio Zabala

and
Bibliography; Register; List of works; exhibition’s documentation

Artists
Carlos Altamirano, Gábor Altorjay, Lucy Angulo, Ângelo de Aquino, Luis Arias Vera, Artists for Democracy, Auto-Perforations-Artisten, Artur Barrio, Horia Bernea, Ricardo Bofill / Taller de Arquitectura, Leonor Chocano, Colegio de Arquitectos de Cataluña (COAC), Micha Brendel, Teresa Burga, Ulises Carrión, Dalibor Chatrný, Carlfriedrich Claus, Fernando França Cocchiarale, Colectivo de Acciones de Arte (C.A.D.A.), Alberto Corazón, Attila Csernik, Lutz Dammbeck, Guillermo Deisler, Eugenio Dittborn, Juan Downey, Jorge Eielson, Miklós Erdély, Roberto Evangelista, Constantin Flondor, Die Gehirne, Generative Art Group, Carlos Ginzburg, Daniel Giralt-Miracle, Ion Grigorescu, Grup de Treball, Grupo Paréntesis, Grupul Sigma, Gyula Gulyás, Claus Hänsel, Rafael Hastings, Tamás Hencze, Paulo Herkenhoff, Emilio Hernández Saavedra, Joseph W. Huber, Pavel Ilie, Indigo-Gruppe / Indigo Group, IPUT, Kanal X, Iosif Király, Károly Kismányoki, Jiří Kocman, Kollektive Aktionen / Collective Actions, László Lakner, Leslie Lee, Carlos Leppe, Gastão de Magalhães, Ernesto Maguiña, Oskar Manigk, Francesco Mariotti, Alfredo Márquez, László Méhes, Norbert Meissner, Gonzalo Mezza, Yvonne von Möllendorff, Antoni Muntadas, Paul Neagu, Olaf Nicolai, César Olhagaray, Clemente Padín, Letícia Parente, Catalina Parra, Gyula Pauer, Luis Pazos, Dan Perjovschi, Géza Perneczky, Sándor Pinczehelyi, Júlio Plaza, Féliks Podsiadly, Pere Portabella, Mario Pozzi-Escott, Consuelo Rabanal, Robert Rehfeldt, Herbert Rodríguez, Juan Carlos Romero, Lotty Rosenfeld, Jesús Ruiz Durand, Juan Javier Salazar, Hugo Salazar del Alcázar, Sau-Kerle (aka Schleim-Keime), Valeri Scherstjanoi, Cornelia Schleime, Tamás St. Auby (aka Tamás Szentjóby, Tamach St. Aubsky, St. Jauby, Tamás Stjóby, Tamás Szentjóby), Petr Štembera, Gabriele Stötzer, Taller E.P.S. Huayco, Péter Türk, Regina Vater, Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, Cecilia Vicuña, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Sala Vinçon, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt, Horacio Zabala, Sergio Zevallos, Zwitscher-Maschine und andere.

Contents

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Introduction

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