London art worlds : mobile, contingent, and ephemeral networks, 1960-1980 / edited by Jo Applin, Catherine Spencer, and Amy Tobin.
- Additional Title(s):
Mobile, contingent, and ephemeral networks, 1960-1980
- University Park, Pennsylvania : The Pennsylvania State University Press, 
- Physical Description:
- ix, 234 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
- Reference LibraryN6770 .L6495 2018 (LC)Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-212) and index.
"Examines the rich networks of international artists and art practices that emerged in and around London during the 1960s and 1970s. Discusses diverse practices, movements, and spaces, from painting, sculpture, and film to performance, conceptual, and land art"--Provided by publisher.
- Subject Terms:
- Art -- England -- London.Art, Modern -- 20th century.Art, Modern.Art.Artists -- England -- London.Artists.England -- London.
- Everything was connected : kinetic art and internationalism at Signals London, 1964-66 / Isobel Whitelegg
- A porous entity : the Centre for Behavioural Art at Gallery House, 1972-73 / Anthony Hudek
- Mapping the city : Felipe Ehrenberg in London, 1968-71 / Carmen Juli
- Restoring some period color to Roelof Louw's Pyramid of oranges (1967) / Joy Sleeman
- Collectivity, temporality, and festival culture in John Dugger's Quasi-architecture, 1970-74 / Courtney J. Martin
- Taking the trouble to sound it : mediating conflict in the work of Rita Donagh / Catherine Spencer
- Circulations and cooperations : art, feminism, and film in 1960s and 1970s London / Lucy Reynolds
- Project sigma : an interpersonal logbook / Andrew Wilson
- The artist as a speaker-performer : the London Art School in the 1960s-70s / Elena Crippa
- File under COUM : art on trial in Genesis P-Orridge's Mail action / Dominic Johnson.