Filed under catalogue | Tags: · 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, action art, art, czechoslovakia, happening, performance art
Catalogue for a retrospective of performance and action art in Czechoslovakia, held at Mánes, Prague, 9 Jul-11 Aug 1991, and Museum of Art (Považská galéria umenia), Žilina, 16 Aug-29 Sep 1991.
Published in Prague, 1991
via Miloš Šejn
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Mutually: Communities of the 1970s and 1980s / Navzájem: Společenství 70. a 80. let, catalogue (2013) [EN/SK/CZ]
Filed under catalogue | Tags: · 1970s, 1980s, archive, art, art history, counterculture, czechoslovakia, film, hungary, participation, photography, video
Catalogue for an exhibition held in March-May 2013 at tranzitdisplay in Prague and The Brno House of Arts, Czech Republic, curated by Barbora Klímová, Daniel Grúň and Filip Cenek.
The selected fragments in this exhibition, borrowed from the archives of Moravian, Slovak, and Hungarian artists, reference different communities within the framework of “unofficial culture” during the period of Czechoslovak normalisation in the 1970s-80s.
Publisher tranzitdisplay, Prague, and The House of Arts, Brno, 2013
Filed under magazine | Tags: · architecture, art, art theory, avant-garde, bauhaus, constructivism, czechoslovakia, dada, design, film, graphic design, literature, photography, poetry, psychoanalysis, radio, surrealism, theatre
ReD (měsíčník pro moderní kulturu / Revue internationale illustrée de l’activité contemporaine / Internationale Monatsschrift für moderne Gestaltung) was an art magazine published by members of the Czech avant-garde art collective Devětsil.
Thirty numbers were published, with the special issues on the Russian avant-garde, Bauhaus, and photography/film/typography.
Several manifestos appeared in the journal: Toyen and Jindřich Štyrský’s Artificielisme (1:1, 1927), Karel Teige’s second Poetism manifesto [Manifest Poetismu] (1:9, 1928), and the Left Front [Levá fronta]’s founding manifesto (3:2, 1929).
Edited and designed by Karel Teige
Publisher Odeon – Jan Fromek, Prague
via NYPL Digital Library
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See also Devětsil: Revoluční sborník (1922), edited by Jaroslav Seifert and Karel Teige, in Czech.Comment (1)