The World of Gilbert & George

Bracewell, Michael and Gilbert & George and Tate Media. The World of Gilbert & George. [London, England]: Tate Media; [London, England]: Arts Council of Great Britain, 2007.

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Abstract (English)

"Gilbert & George are renowned for presenting themselves as 'living sculptures', fusing their art and identity with the external world. Their exploration of the bleak urban surrounds of 1980’s London, powerfully evoke the desires and tensions of its disillusioned youth alongside their own eccentricities. Poetic narration combines with vivid imagery that moves between the startlingly beautiful, the humorous, and the absurd. Church spires and city streets, youth and drunks, dancing and tea drinking all take on an affecting symbolism when viewed from the unique perspective of Gilbert & George." -- DVD's back cover.

Types: Audio, visual, multimedia
All Contributors: Bracewell, Michael (Author); [error in script]
Dossier: 440 - GILBERT & GEORGE
Location: DVD dans le cabinet des documents audio-numériques.
Collation: 1 DVD (69 min.) + 1 case (19 x 14 x 2 cm)
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: [London, England]: Tate Media; [London, England]: Arts Council of Great Britain
Artists: Gilbert & George
Critics / Curators / Historians: Bracewell, Michael
Art Organizations: United Kingdom - Tate Gallery (London)
Keywords: CONCEPTUAL ART; FILM; PERFORMANCE; PERFORMANCE ART
Copyright Statement: Arts Council England; Gilbert & George
Date Description: Original release date : 1981
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Includes a booklet with an introductory text by Michael Bracewell.
NTSC.

Deposited by: Contractuel JCT
Date Deposited: 19 Dec 2018 20:21
Last Modified: 19 Dec 2018 20:21
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/30040
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