If You Lived Here : The City in Art, Theory, and Social Activism : A Project by Martha Rosler

Rosler, Martha and Deutsche, Rosalyn and Kluge, Alexander and Nation, The and Chinatown History Project, The and Plunz, Richard and Bevington, Christine Benglia and Brown, Marie Annick and Sekula, Allan and Masso, Tony and Byard, Andrew and Mad Housers, The and Wiley, Dan and Price, William and Vergara, Camilo José and Rosenthal, Mel and Graham, Dan and Hurst, Robin and Clinton Coalition of Concern and Cenén. If You Lived Here : The City in Art, Theory, and Social Activism : A Project by Martha Rosler. Seattle, WA: Bay Press, 1991.

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Abstract (English)

Documenting and extending the work of the exhibition, a series of critical essays address the city as socially, economically and politically produced, the causes of homelessness, and the relation of art to the city. Includes discussions of urban planning and housing projects and of tenants' fight to defend their neighborhoods. Circa 180 bibl. ref.

Types: Monographs
All Contributors: Wallis, Brian (Editor); Rosler, Martha (Curator); Rosler, Martha (Author); Deutsche, Rosalyn (Author); Kluge, Alexander (Author); Nation, The (Author); Chinatown History Project, The (Author); Plunz, Richard (Author); Bevington, Christine Benglia (Author); Brown, Marie Annick (Author); Sekula, Allan (Author); Masso, Tony (Author); Byard, Andrew (Author); Mad Housers, The (Author); Wiley, Dan (Author); Price, William (Author); Vergara, Camilo José (Author); Rosenthal, Mel (Author); Graham, Dan (Author); Hurst, Robin (Author); Wright, Charles (Prefacer); Garrels, Gary (Prefacer); Rainer, Yvonne (Prefacer); Clinton Coalition of Concern (Author); Cenén (Author)
Dossier: 100 - THÉORIE / THEORY
Collation: 312 p. : 140 ill. ; 23 x 16 cm. - (Dia Art Foundation : Discussions in contemporary culture ; 6)
ISSN: 10476806
ISBN: 0941920186
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Seattle, WA: Bay Press
Artists: Rosler, Martha; Amos, Emma; Becher, Max; Belenky, Michael; Birch, Willie; Border Art Worshop; Taller De Arte Fronterizo; Brown, Marie-Annick; Bursztyn, Dina; Byard, Andrew; Castrucci, Andrew; Cenen; Van Dalen, Anton; Day, Susan; Feldman, Cindy; Frasconi, Pablo; Gajilan, Arlyn; Horstman, Alcina; Keeley, Shelagh; Koenig, Janet; Kowalski, Lech; Linn, Nancy; Mad Housers; Masso, Tony; Mckeown, Bob; Millstein, Andrew; Nance, Marilyn; Pagane, Gerald; Patterson, Clayton; Reed, Kristin; Rivera, Sophie; Rosenthal, Mel; Salzer, Nancy; Sanchez, Juan; Scheerer, Laura; Schneider, Paul; Sekula, Allan; Sholette, Greg; Switzer-Kohler, Skylar; Tobocman, Seth; Wild, Nettie; Wodiczko, Krisztof; [...]
Critics / Curators / Historians: Rosler, Martha
Event Statement: Published concurrently with a series of events conceived and directed by Martha Rosler, including planning sessions, a series of three exhibitions, and public "town meetings", and taking place in New York City in 1987-1989.
Keywords: POLITICAL ART; CITY; URBAN PLANNING; ART AND SOCIETY; ARCHITECTURE; HOUSING; URBAN CENTER FOR DEMOGRAPHY (Detroit, MI); HEADLINES THEATRE (Vancouver)
Deposited by: e-Artexte administrator
Date Deposited: 20 Jan 1992
Last Modified: 25 Oct 2012 13:37
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/4274
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