Why are we 'artists'? : 100 world art manifestos / edited with an introduction by Jessica Lack.

"Art is not a luxury. Art is a basic social need to which everyone has a right". This extraordinary collection of 100 artists' manifestos from across the globe over the last 100 years brings together activists, post-colonialists, surrealists, socialists, nihilists and a host of other...

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Other Authors: Lack, Jessica (Editor)
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Language:English
Published: [Harmondsworth] : Penguin Books, 2017.
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505 0 |a Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, Art and Swadeshi (1909) -- Ljubomir Micic, Manifest Zenitizma (1921) -- The Art Movement Society, Manifesto (1929) -- Légitime Défense, Manifesto (1932) -- The Storm Society, Manifesto (1932) -- Peyami Safa, D Group Manifesto (1933) -- Aimé Césaire, Négreries: Black Youth and Assimilation (1935) -- The European School, Manifesto (1945) -- Georges Henein, Manifesto (1945) -- Arte Madí, Madí Manifesto (1947) -- Vladimir Boudnik, Explosionalism Manifesto No. 2 (1949) -- Shakir Hassan al-Said, Manifesto of the Baghdad Modern Art Group (1951) -- The Fighting Cock Art Group, The Nightingale's Butcher Manifesto (1951) -- Exat 51 Group, Manifesto (1951) - Grupo ruptura, ruptura Manifesto (1952) -- Manifesto of the Calcutta Group (1953) -- Enrico Baj, Interplanetary Art (1959) -- Uche Okeke, Natural Synthesis (1960) -- El Techo de la Ballena, For the Restitution of Magma (1961) -- Josip Vanista, Untitled (Gorgona Manifesto) (1961) -- Maya Deren, A Statement of Principles (1961) -- Manifesto of the Jikan-Ha Group (1962) -- Group 1980, Group 1890 Manifesto (1963) -- Alberto Greco, Manifesto Vivo-Dito (1963) -- Tadeusz Kantor, The Emballage Manifesto (1964) - Aktual Art, Manifesto of Aktual Art (1964) -- Otto Mühl, Material Action Manifesto (1965) - HAPPSOC, HAPPSOC Manifesto (1965) -- David Medalla, MMMMMMM... Manifesto (a fragment) (1965) -- Július Koller, Anti-Happening (Subjective Objectivity System) (1965) -- Arte de los Medios de Comunicación Masivos, A Mass-Mediatic Art (1966) - I.G. Plamen and Marko Pogacnik, OHO (1966) -- Lev Nussberg, A Kinetic manifesto (1966) -- The Aouchem Group, The Aouchem Manifesto (1967) -- The Vanguard Artists' Group, Tucuman Arde Manifesto (1968) -- Eduardo Costa, Useful Art Manifesto (1969) -- The Casablanca School, Manifesto (1969) -- Hori Kosai, Why Are We 'Artists'? (1969) -- The Organization of African Unity, Pan-African Cultural Manifesto (1969) -- Agnes Denes, A Manifesto (19690 -- The New Vision Group, Towards a New Vistion (1969) -- Grupo Vértebra, The Vértebra Manifesto (1970) -- Artur Barrio, MUD/MEAT SEWER (1970) -- Gyula Pauer, The First Pseudo Manifesto (1970) -- Rivolta Femminile, On Woman's Absence from Celebratory Manifestations of Male Creativity (1971) -- Ted Joans, Proposition for a Black Power Manifesto (1971) -- Jaroslav Kozlowski and Andrzej Kostolowski, NET Manifesto (1972) -- VALIE EXPORT, Women's Art: a Manifesto (1972 -- Mike Brown, I don't know what to think about anything (It don't matter, nohow) (1972) -- Vitaly Komar and Aleksandr Melamid, Sots-Art Manifesto (1972-3) -- Anita Steckel, Statement on Censorship (1973) -- Shakir Assan al-Said, One Dimension (1973) -- Barbara Jones-Hogu, The History, Philosophy and Aesthetics of AFRI-COBRA (1973) -- Generation Anak Alam, Manifesto Generation Anak Alam (1974) -- Sulaiman Esa and Redza Piyadasa, Towards a Mystical Reality (1974) -- Mikhail Chemiakin and Vladimir Ivanov, Metaphysical Synthetism Manifesto: Programme of the St. Petersburg Group (1974) -- The Artists' Front of Thailand, Manifesto of the Artists; Front of Thailand (1975) -- The Indonesian New Arts Movement, Manifesto of the New Indonesian Arts Movement (1975) -- Rasheed Araeen, Preliminary Notes for a BLACK MANIFESTO (1976) -- The Aza Group, Manifesto (1976) -- Kaisahan, Kaisahan Manifesto (1976) -- Maria Klonaris and Katerina Thomadaki, Manifesto for a Radical Femininity for an Other Cinema (1977) -- Valerie Jaudon and Joyce Kozloff, Art Hysterical Notions of Progress and Culture (1978) -- Melissa Meyer and Miriam Schapiro, Waste Not Want Not: an Inquiry into What Women Saved and Assembled -- Femmage (1978) -- Gropo Antillano, Manifesto (1978) -- The Crystalist Group, The Crystalist Manifesto (1978) -- Mangelos, manifesto of manifesto (1978) -- Huang Rui, Preface to the First Stars Art Exhibition (1979) -- Andrzej Partum, Animal Manifesto (1980) -- Reality and Utterance, On Founding 'Reality and Utterance' (1980) -- Habib Tengour, Maghrebian Surrealism (1981) -- Eddie Chambers, Black Artists for Uhuru (1982) -- Colectivo de Acciones de Arte, A Declaration by the CADA (1982) -- John Akomfrah, Black Independent Film-Making: a Statement by the Black Audio Film Collective (1983) -- Women Artists of Pakistan, Women Artists of Pakistan Manifesto (1983) -- Bedri Baykam, The San Francisco Manifesto (1984) -- Vladan Radovanovic, The Vocovisual (1984) -- Laboratoire AGIT'art, Memory of the Future? (1984) -- Dumb Type, Flyer for Plan for Sleep #1 (1984) -- Chinese United Overseas Artists, Manifesto Chinese United Overseas Artists (1983) -- NSK, Internal Book of Laws (1985) -- Vohou-Vohou, The Vohou-Vohou Revolution (1985) -- Declaration of the Pond Association (1986) -- Wang Guangyi, We -- Participants of the "85 Art Movement" (1986) -- Chila Kumari Burman, There Have Always Been Great Black Women Artists (1986) -- The School of the One, Founding Manifesto (1986) -- Ding Fang, Red Brigade Precept (1987) -- Anita Dube, Questions and Dialogue (1987) -- The Eye Society, The Eye Manifesto (1989) -- Eda Cufer and IRWIN, The Ear behind the Painting (1990) -- VNS Matrix, Cyberfeminist Manifesto for the 21st Century (1991) -- Marko Peljhan, Projekt Atol Manifesto: In Search for a New Condition (1993) -- The Institute of People-Oriented Culture 'Tarig Padi', Manifesto (1998) -- Frente 3 de Fevereiro, Manifesto of Frente 3 de Fevereiro (2004) -- Pélagie Gbaguidi, Manifesto Against the 'Black Code' edict of Louis XIV, 1685 (2008) -- Adam Pendleton, Black Dada (2008) -- Allyson Mitchell, Deep Lez (2009) -- Abounaddara, What is to be done? (2011) -- Tania Bruguera and Immigrant Movement International, Migrant Manifesto (2011) -- Tania Bruguera, Manifesto on Artists' Rights (2012) -- List of Artists Group. 
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