No Art - No City! Stadtutopien in der zeitgenössischen Kunst

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Edited by: Florian Matzner, Hans-Joachim Manske, Rose Pfister Foreword: Hans-Joachim Manske, Rose Pfister Preface: Florian Matzner German, English September 2003, 164 Pages, 148 Ills. Hardcover 244mm x 175mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-1381-8

Cell phones and E-mail, home shopping and the Internet - the "old" industrial societies have been turning into globally connected information societies quite on the sly. At the same time, the population is tending to retreat into its own four walls. Yet - or maybe for this reason - public urban spaces are becoming more and more important, having lost none of their significance as interfaces of human communication. This catalog is published in conjunction with the thirtieth anniversary of the Bremen program for public art. It features over thirty artists who have confronted urban and social aspects of the city and developed their own personal visions, utopias and fantasies of a life in and with the city. Artists featured: Kim Adams, Louise Bourgeois, Stephen Craig, Bogomir Ecker, Olafur Eliasson, Ayse Erkmen, Isa Genzken, Dorothee Golz, Wiebke Grösch/Frank Metzger, Hans Haacke, Rudolf Herz, Stephan Huber, Rolf Julius, Emilia und Ilya Kabakov, Andree Korpys/Markus Löffler, Mischa Kuball, Atelier Van Lieshout, M+M, Joachim Manz, Olaf Nicolai, Julian Opie, Panamarenko, Hermann Pitz, Marjetica Potrc, Tobias Rehberger, Thomas Ruff/Florian Baudrexel/Jens Ullrich, Roman Signer, Bert Theis, herman de vries, Wolfgang Winter/Berthold Hörbelt Exhibition Schedule: Städtische Galerie im Buntentor, Bremen September 20 - October 26, 2003