Empty Zones: Andrei Monastyrski and 'collective Actions' - 
      Claire Bishop
    
      Andrei Monastyrski
    
      Boris Groys

Empty Zones: Andrei Monastyrski and 'collective Actions'

; Andrei Monastyrski ; Boris Groys (Redaktør)

The 'Collective Actions' are one-off aesthetic space-time events that involve artists and participants in huge rural spaces. Empty Zones brings together a cross-section of the actions for the first time in a unique volume with photographs and sketches by Andrei Monastyrski. Les mer
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The 'Collective Actions' are one-off aesthetic space-time events that involve artists and participants in huge rural spaces. Empty Zones brings together a cross-section of the actions for the first time in a unique volume with photographs and sketches by Andrei Monastyrski. The book includes texts describing the actions, photographs and theoretical articles about the contemporary aesthetic the artist and some of his contemporaries continues to develop. Includes essays from renowned critic and historian Boris Groys. Andrei Monastyrski created an installation for the Russian Pavilion at this year's Venice Bienale.
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Forlag: Black Dog Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 128
ISBN: 9781907317347
Format: 21 x 26 cm
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Russian conceptual artist Andrei Monastyrski is a unique figure in contemporary art history. As co-founder, mastermind, parteigenosse and leader of Moscow conceptualism he created the theory and practice known as 'Collective Actions'. The Collective Actions group he founded in the 1970s was the first example of particapatory art in Russia, and began to challenge perceptions about the role of performance art in post-Communist Russian society.