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Biennials and Beyond: Exhibitions that Made Art Art History, 1962-2002

Conceived and edited by Phaidon Editors and Bruce Altshuler, director of New York University's Museum Studies Program. 

Hardcover: 402 pages

Publisher: Phaidon Press, 2013

List Price: $100.00

Juxtaposing installation photographs, catalog essays, and contemporary press accounts, this book documents and analyzes twenty-five exhibitions from 1962 through 2002: Dylaby, New RealistsPrimary StructuresArte Povera + Azioni Povere,  January 5-31, 1969,  When Attitudes Become Form557,087InformationSonsbeek 71Documenta 5The Bulldozer ExhibitionThe Times Square ShowA New Spirit in PaintingLes Immatériaux,  Chambres d’AmisSecond Havana BiennialFreezeChina/Avant-GardeMagiciens de la TerrePlaces with a Past1993 Whitney BiennialTrafficCities on the Move24th Sao Paulo Biennial, and Documenta 11AICA-USA member Bruce Altshuler’s introductory essay presents an account of this game-changing period of exhibition history; his short essays introduce each exhibition overview.

 

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