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Publication

Author: David Lamelas
Publisher: Nigel Greenwood, Inc. London, England 1970
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : English
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Publication of responses by eleven artists and critics, in response to three statements about language as an art form. These statements are: "1. Use of oral and written language as an Art Form. 2. Language can be considered as an Art Form. 3. Language cannot be considered an Art Form. The publication was Lamelas' exhibition." Artists and critics include Lucy Lippard, Gilbert & George, Lawrence Weiner, Keith Arnatt
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: David Lamelas
OCLC Number: 849688398
Language Note: English
Notes: 30 p. ; 21 x 15 cm.

Abstract:

Publication of responses by eleven artists and critics, in response to three statements about language as an art form. These statements are: "1. Use of oral and written language as an Art Form. 2. Language can be considered as an Art Form. 3. Language cannot be considered an Art Form. The publication was Lamelas' exhibition." Artists and critics include Lucy Lippard, Gilbert & George, Lawrence Weiner, Keith Arnatt and others. Publication submitted to an exhibition "In another moment" in 1970 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection

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