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Regarding the popular : modernism, the avant-garde, and high and low culture

Author: Sascha Bru
Publisher: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, ©2012.
Series: European avant-garde and modernism studies, v. 2.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Regarding the Popular charts the complex relationship between the avant-gardes and modernisms on the one hand and popular culture on the other. Covering (neo- )avant-gardists and modernists from various European countries, this second volume in the series European Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies explores the nature of so-called "low" culture, dealing with aspects as diverse as the everyday and the folkloric.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 2011038113
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sascha Bru
ISBN: 3110274698 9783110274691
OCLC Number: 772593036
Language Note: Contributions in English, French and German.
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 487 pages) : illustrations
Contents: About the Series --
Surla collection --
Zur Buchreihe; Introduction; Given the Popular; Terms and Canons; "The Madness of the Unexpected". Duchamp's Readymades and the Survival of "High" Art; Instrument of Inspiration High/Low Illusions in British Experimental Music and After; English Rebels in Art Circles: The New Age in its Elitist and Populist Dimension; Kinaesthetic Modernism? Rhythms, Bodies and Motion across the Great Divide; Art, Nation and Political Discourse; Culture en quête de repères; Folklore; Dada, Carnival and Revolution. Spuren der Volksdichtung in der ungarischen AvantgardeliteraturMusical Boxes: The Impersonal Avant-Garde Poem, Everyday Language and Popular Song; What Did They Need Jazz For? Jazz Music in Polish Interwar Poetry; Der junge Borges und die ultraistische Avantgarde Das Populäre als Taktik; The Theatre of Ramón del Valle-Inclán: Between Modernism and the Popular Imagination; The Everyday; Sitting Pretty: Modernism and the Municipal Chair in the Photographs of André Kertész and Robert Doisneau; Everyday Life in André Breton's Trilogy Nadja, Vases Communicants and L'Amour fou. Entre mime et possession: récits surréalistes et fictions populairesThe Blood of the Poet: Cocteau, Surrealism and the Politics of the Vulgar; "Broken Clouds --
also by Instalments": Mediating Art and the Everyday, the High and the Low in the Finnish Literary Avant-Garde of the 1960s; The "Abakans" and the Feminist Revolution; A Glossier Shade of Brown: Imi Knoebel's Raum 19; Commerce; Selling Dada: New York Dada (1921) and Its Dialogue with the European Avant-Garde; Wyndham Lewis and the Inter-War Popular Novel. Potboilers and Gunman Bestsellers. Le Douanier Rousseau, Fantômas & Cie: La culture populaire, ressort majeur des Soirées de ParisBetween the Old and the New: The Surrealist Outmoded as a Radical Third Term; "The Hidden Network of the Avant-Garde": der farbige Werbefilm als eine zentraleuropäische Erfindung?; Media; Lessons from the Press: Picasso and Mass Print Media, 1911-37; Film und Filmprojekte in der Wiener Avant-Garde Zeitschrift Ma (1920-25); "Produktion --
Reproduktion": Echos von Lázló Moholy-Nagys Medientheorie in der Geschichte von Film und Medienkunst. Modernism in the Ether: Middlebrow Perspectives on European Literature in Flemish Radio Talks (1936-37)A Second Avant-Garde without a First: GreekAvant-Garde Artists in the 1960s and 1970s; Mass Media Avant-Garde: Dislocating the Hi/Lo in the Swedish 1960s; A Tentative Embrace. Superstudio's New Media Nomads; Index.
Series Title: European avant-garde and modernism studies, v. 2.
Other Titles: Modernism, the avant-garde, and high and low culture
Responsibility: edited by Sascha Bru [and others] ; with the editorial assistance of Leslie A. Barnes, Gareth Farmer and Matthias Somers.

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