Art and Society 1972–2022–2072 From the Art for the Olympic Games in Munich in 1972 to Artistic Design Concepts of the Twenty-First Century

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Edited by: Anton Biebl, Elisabeth Hartung English 2023, 352 Pages, 120 Ills. Lay-flat binding with flaps 286mm x 214mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5492-7
Texts by: Tanja Baar, Anton Biebl, Britto Arts Trust, Michael Buhrs, Alice Creischer, Clémentine Deliss, Maurin Dietrich, Thomas Eller, Jasmine Ellis, Rebekka Endler, Sagal Farah, Laszlo Glozer, Elisabeth Hartung, Anna Heringer, Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz, Christian Kandzia, Larissa Kikol, Christine Sun Kim, Alexander Kluge, Jakob Lena Knebl, Barbara Könches, Michael Lentz, Anna-Angela Libal, Julienne Lorz, M+M, Goshka Macuga, Thomas Mader, Marny Garcia Mommertz, Barbara Mundel, Catherine Nichols, Angelika Nollert, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Britta Peters, Raumfragen Neuperlach, raumlaborberlin, Lorena Herrera Rashid, Hanno Rauterberg, Pedro Reyes, Kay Schiller, Rüdiger Schöttle, Mareike Schwarz, Elisabeth Spieker, Daniela Stöppel, Heinz Schütz, Tobias Staab, Matthias Stadler, Gerfried Stocker, Jana Kerima Stolzer, Corinna Thierolf, Joanna Warsza, Manfred Weihe, Susanne Witzgall, Miriam Zadoff, Cao Yu, Lucas Zwirner English 2023, 352 Pages, 120 Ills. Ebook - epub (88,9 mb)
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5707-2
Texts by: Tanja Baar, Anton Biebl, Britto Arts Trust, Michael Buhrs, Alice Creischer, Clémentine Deliss, Maurin Dietrich, Thomas Eller, Jasmine Ellis, Rebekka Endler, Sagal Farah, Laszlo Glozer, Elisabeth Hartung, Anna Heringer, Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz, Christian Kandzia, Larissa Kikol, Christine Sun Kim, Alexander Kluge, Jakob Lena Knebl, Barbara Könches, Michael Lentz, Anna-Angela Libal, Julienne Lorz, M+M, Goshka Macuga, Thomas Mader, Marny Garcia Mommertz, Barbara Mundel, Catherine Nichols, Angelika Nollert, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Britta Peters, Raumfragen Neuperlach, raumlaborberlin, Lorena Herrera Rashid, Hanno Rauterberg, Pedro Reyes, Kay Schiller, Rüdiger Schöttle, Mareike Schwarz, Elisabeth Spieker, Daniela Stöppel, Heinz Schütz, Tobias Staab, Matthias Stadler, Gerfried Stocker, Jana Kerima Stolzer, Corinna Thierolf, Joanna Warsza, Manfred Weihe, Susanne Witzgall, Miriam Zadoff, Cao Yu, Lucas Zwirner English 2023, 352 Pages, 120 Ills. Ebook - pdf (39,3 mb)
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5706-5

Since the advent of modernity, art has been associated with freedom, provocation and courage. In 1972, art was to unfold its potential as an emancipatory and creative force as part of the Gesamtkunstwerk of the XX. Olympic Games in Munich—according to the grand vision of its planners. The international avant-garde of the time, including Walter de Maria, Gerhard Richter, Andy Warhol and Dan Flavin, enthusiastically developed revolutionary concepts. Many of these remained in draft-form. After the tragic assassination of Israeli athletes, concepts such as the “Spielstraße” were canceled. This publication is the first to give an impression of the playful, participatory cultural programme of 1972. In the second part of the book, a multitude of voices from all over the world look to the future. International authors and artists use contemporary examples to convey the importance of the arts in shaping the democratic society of the future.

This title is also available in German.

Since the advent of modernity, art has been associated with freedom, provocation and courage. In 1972, art was to unfold its potential as an emancipatory and creative force as part of the Gesamtkunstwerk of the XX. Olympic Games in Munich—according to the grand vision of its planners. The international avant-garde of the time, including Walter de Maria, Gerhard Richter, Andy Warhol and Dan Flavin, enthusiastically developed revolutionary concepts. Many of these remained in draft-form. After the tragic assassination of Israeli athletes, concepts such as the “Spielstraße” were canceled. This publication is the first to give an impression of the playful, participatory cultural programme of 1972. In the second part of the book, a multitude of voices from all over the world look to the future. International authors and artists use contemporary examples to convey the importance of the arts in shaping the democratic society of the future.

This title is also available in German.

Since the advent of modernity, art has been associated with freedom, provocation and courage. In 1972, art was to unfold its potential as an emancipatory and creative force as part of the Gesamtkunstwerk of the XX. Olympic Games in Munich—according to the grand vision of its planners. The international avant-garde of the time, including Walter de Maria, Gerhard Richter, Andy Warhol and Dan Flavin, enthusiastically developed revolutionary concepts. Many of these remained in draft-form. After the tragic assassination of Israeli athletes, concepts such as the “Spielstraße” were canceled. This publication is the first to give an impression of the playful, participatory cultural programme of 1972. In the second part of the book, a multitude of voices from all over the world look to the future. International authors and artists use contemporary examples to convey the importance of the arts in shaping the democratic society of the future.

This title is also available in German.