Left Shift

Left Shift

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John Walker brings to vivid life a neglected period in twentieth-century art history. He re-creates a time when visual fine artists, under the impact of left-wing politics, women's liberation and the gay movement, were seeking to re-establish a social purpose. His story is one of a struggle for art by contending factions in the art world, in which artists, curators, critics and organisations - both establishment and alternative - key exhibitions, galleries and magazines, all play a part. He offers welcome insight into the work of the key players and the many forms they used to express radical engagement in the events of the decade.Panels were illuminated in sequence to display a diagram with signs representing four concepts: action, custom, learning and law. By answering questions and following alternative ... Its context and operations were further discussed in an accompanying booklet written by the artist entitled Beyond a#39;Art for Arta#39;s Sakea#39;, a propos Mundus, published by Nigel Greenwood Inc.8 After Mundus, Stezakera#39;s art underwent a drastic change. He turned towards everyday experience, speciAccally theanbsp;...

Title:Left Shift
Author: John A. Walker
Publisher:I.B.Tauris - 2001-12-21

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