Artists Talk. 1969-1977

An essay by Peggy Gale introduces this transcription of historic talks by internationally known artists, recorded some 30 years ago at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Included are talks by Vito Acconci (1977), Carl Andre (1969), Joseph Beuys (1976), Daniel Buren (1973), James Lee Byars (1970), Paterson Ewen (1976), Robert Filliou (1973), Dan Graham (1973 and 1977), Douglas Huebler (1973), Joseph Kosuth (1969), Sol LeWitt (1970), Mel Ramsden for Art & Language(1972), Alan Sondheim (1973) and Lawrence Weiner (1972). These transcriptions are all collected for the first time in this volume. An important resource for contemporary art and its attendant issues, Artists Talk: 1969-1977reveals artists’ concerns during a period bracketed by Conceptual art and an international restructuring of power and influence in the art world.

Text: Gale Peggy. pp. 385; 12 BW ills.; paperback. Publisher: Nova Scotia College, Halifax, 2004.

ISBN: 9780919616400| 0919616402
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An essay by Peggy Gale introduces this transcription of historic talks by internationally known artists, recorded some 30 years ago at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Included are talks by Vito Acconci (1977), Carl Andre (1969), Joseph Beuys (1976), Daniel Buren (1973), James Lee Byars (1970), Paterson Ewen (1976), Robert Filliou (1973), Dan Graham (1973 and 1977), Douglas Huebler (1973), Joseph Kosuth (1969), Sol LeWitt (1970), Mel Ramsden for Art & Language(1972), Alan Sondheim (1973) and Lawrence Weiner (1972). These transcriptions are all collected for the first time in this volume. An important resource for contemporary art and its attendant issues, Artists Talk: 1969-1977reveals artists’ concerns during a period bracketed by Conceptual art and an international restructuring of power and influence in the art world.

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