Foreign Affairs : Conflicts in the Global Village

Chomsky, Noam and Ahmed, Egbel and Siegel, Ellen and Said, Edward and Lister, John and Cooper, Saths and Taitt-Magubane, Lenora and Conwill, Houston and Waters, Cherri. Foreign Affairs : Conflicts in the Global Village. New York, NY: The Alternative Museum, 1988.

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Abstract (English)

Presentation of an exhibition whose goal was to communicate an alternative and more in depth view of political events than exists in the mainstream media. The essays also provide historical analysis of Central American, South African, Middle Eastern, and North American foreign policy. Index of photographers. Biographical notes. Bibl. 2 p.

Types: Catalogues > Exhibition catalogues
All Contributors: Rodriguez, Geno (Curator); Rodriguez, Geno (Interviewee); Chomsky, Noam (Author); Ahmed, Egbel (Author); Siegel, Ellen (Author); Said, Edward (Author); Lister, John (Artist); Lister, John (Author); Cooper, Saths (Author); Taitt-Magubane, Lenora (Author); Conwill, Houston (Author); Waters, Cherri (Author); Denson, Roger (Interviewer)
Dossier: 360 - ALTERNATIVE MUSEUM, The (New York, NY)
Collation: 112 p. : 52 ill. ; 28 x 22 cm
ISBN: 932075215
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: New York, NY: The Alternative Museum
Artists: Badsha, Omar; Boyd, Larry; Cobbing, Julian; Dematteis, Lou; Elatab, Said; Gentile, Bill; Gill, Brian; Grenon, Paul; Hartman, David; Hilton-Barber, Steve; Hirokawa, Ryuichi; Khumalo, Alf; Kufeld, Adam; Lister, Jon; Lombard, Rashid; Magubane, Peter; Matthews, Jimi; Mcgirr, Nancy; Meintjes, Roger; Mendel, Gideon; Miller, Eric; Mofokeng, Santo; Morita, John; Morrison, Maria; Nkosi, Temba; Nunn, Cedric; Otsuka, Atsuko; Paddock, Billy; Parmet, Phil; Peters, Myron; Qwazi, Chris; Rajgopaul, Jeeva; Tillim, Guy; De Vlieg, Gill; Weinberg, Paul; Wulfsohn, Gisele; Vail, Christopher
Critics / Curators / Historians: Rodriguez, Geno
Art Organizations: Alternative Museum, The (New York, NY)
Event Statement: Exhibition dates: 2 Apr. - 14 May 1988, Alternative Museum (New York).
Keywords: DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY; POLITICAL ART; PHOTOJOURNALISM; VIDEO; TERRORISM; WAR
Deposited by: e-Artexte administrator
Date Deposited: 12 Apr 1989
Last Modified: 25 Oct 2012 13:29
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/607
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