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Author by : Rudolf Frieling Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-07-04 Publisher by : Univ of California Press ISBN : 9780520290563 File Size : 50,6 Mb Total Download : 745
"This book is published by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on the occasion of the exhibition Bruce Conner: It's All True, co-curated by Stuart Comer, Rudolf Frieling, Gary Garrels, and Laura Hoptman, with Rachel Federman"--Colophon.
Author by : Kevin Hatch Languange Used : en Release Date : 2012 Publisher by : MIT Press ISBN : 9780262016810 File Size : 52,9 Mb Total Download : 479
In a career that spanned five decades, most of them spent in San Francisco, Bruce Conner (1933--2008) produced a unique body of work that refused to be contained by medium or style. Whether making found-footage films, hallucinatory ink-blot graphics, enigmatic collages, or assemblages from castoffs, Conner took up genres as quickly as he abandoned them. His movements within San Francisco's counter-cultural scenes were similarly free-wheeling; at home in beat poetry, punk music, and underground film circles, he never completely belonged to any of them. Bruce Conner belonged to Bruce Conner. Twi
Author by : Bruce Conner Languange Used : en Release Date : 1999-10 Publisher by : ISBN : UOM:39015048529203 File Size : 50,9 Mb Total Download : 725
Bruce Conner (1933-2008) first came to prominence in the late 1950s as a leader of the assemblage movement in California. Conner had close ties with poets of the San Francisco Renaissance (particularly Michael McClure) as well as with artists such as Wallace Berman, George Herms, Jess and Jay DeFeo. Conner's use of nylon stockings in his assemblages quickly won him notoriety, and saw his work included in Peter Selz's classic 1961 Art of Assemblageshow at MoMA. Around this time, Conner also turned to film-making, and produced in swift succession a number of short films that helped to pioneer th