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Individual Artists
  • Author:
    Toni Sant
  • ISBN:
    1841503711
  • ISBN13:
    978-1841503714
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    Intellect Ltd (February 15, 2011)
  • Pages:
    184 pages
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Franklin Furnace and the Spirit of the Avant-Garde.

Franklin Furnace and the Spirit of the Avant-Garde.

Here, for the first time, is a comprehensive history of this remarkable organization from its conception to the present. The book is a rich compendium of figures of thought, which moves from scientific representation through artistic interpretation and vice versa.

Franklin Furnace is a renowned New York–based artsorganization whose mission is to preserve, document, and present works of avant-garde art by emerging those whose works may be vulnerable due to institutional neglect or politically unpopular content.

In telling the story of Franklin Furnace, Toni Sant unfolds its long multifaceted history splendidly, revealing to us. .

In telling the story of Franklin Furnace, Toni Sant unfolds its long multifaceted history splendidly, revealing to us its many adventures in a very informative and interesting manner. This book deserves a place on the shelves of art history and should be thumbed by many a scholar and artist. -Brian Routh, multimedia performance artist. You may purchase this title at these fine bookstores. Outside the USA, see our international sales information.

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Organized around the context of the major art genres that emerged in the second half of the twentieth century - artists’ books, live art, and digital performance - this book intersperses first-person narratives with empirical observations on issues critical to the organization's success.

Organized around the context of the major art genres that emerged in the second half of the twentieth century - artists’ books, live art, and digital performance - this book intersperses first-person narratives with empirical observations on issues critical to the organization's success as well as Franklin Furnace's many contributions to avant-garde art. contact the author. Talks by Toni Sant about this book: May 2013. 9. Department of Music & Drama University of Hull. 15. Department of English & Drama University of Loughborough.

Varying Form of Title: Franklin Furnace and the spirit of the avant-garde

Varying Form of Title: Franklin Furnace and the spirit of the avant-garde. Franklin Furnace : a timeline A long conversation with Martha Wilson Art and the loft law in downtown New York City, Paul M. Gulielmetti Money and art at Franklin Furnace in the early years, Barbara Quinn Some of my performances in retrospect, Annie Sprinkle When Franklin Furnace went virtual, Robert Galinsky Exemplary quality irreverence, Adrianne Wortzel You can't stay avant-garde, David S.

Franklin Furnace is a renowned New York–based artsorganization whose mission is to preserve, document, and present works of avant-garde art by emerging artists—particularly those whose works may be vulnerable due to institutional neglect or politically unpopular content. Over more than thirty years, Franklin Furnace has exhibited works by hundreds of avant-garde artists, some of whom—Laurie Anderson, Vito Acconci, Karen Finley, Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Jenny Holzer, and the Blue Man Group, to name a few—are now established names in contemporary art.

Here, for the first time, is a comprehensive history of this remarkable organization from its conception to the present. Organized around the major art genres that emerged in the second half of the twentieth century, this book intersperses first-person narratives with readings by artists and scholars on issues critical to the organization's success as well as Franklin Furnace's many contributions to avant-garde art.