What will be already exists. Temporalities of Cold War archives in East-Central Europe and beyond. (Book, 2021) [WorldCat.org]
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What will be already exists. Temporalities of Cold War archives in East-Central Europe and beyond.

Author: Emese Kürti; Zsuzsa László
Publisher: Bielefeld : Transcript Verlag 2021.
Series: Image, 200.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How do artist archives survive and stay authentic in radically changed contexts? The volume addresses the challenge of continuity, sustainability, and institutionalization of archives established by Eastern European artists. At its center stands the 40th anniversary of the Artpool Art Research Center founded in 1979 in Budapest as an underground institution based on György Galántai's 'Active Archive' concept. Ten  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emese Kürti; Zsuzsa László
ISBN: 9783837658231 3837658236
OCLC Number: 1263757803
Description: 210 p.
Series Title: Image, 200.
Responsibility: Emese Kürti; Zsuzsa László.

Abstract:

How do artist archives survive and stay authentic in radically changed contexts? The volume addresses the challenge of continuity, sustainability, and institutionalization of archives established by Eastern European artists. At its center stands the 40th anniversary of the Artpool Art Research Center founded in 1979 in Budapest as an underground institution based on György Galántai's 'Active Archive' concept. Ten internationally renowned scholars propose contemporary interpretations of this concept and frame artist archives not as mere sources of art history but as models of self-historicization. The contributions give knowledgeable insights into the transition of Cold War art networks and institutional landscapes.

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