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Une anthologie de la revue Texte zur Kunst de 1990 à 1998
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  Une anthologie de la revue Texte zur Kunst de 1990 à 1998
Texts collected by Catherine Chevalier and Andreas Fohr.
Translated from the German and the English by Marianne Dautrey, Gauthier Hermann, Christophe Jouanlanne, Cynthia Kraus, Michele Veubret, Elvan Zabunyan.

Published with JRP|Ringier.
published in March 2011
French edition
15 x 21 cm (softcover)
576 pages (71 b/w ill.)
€18.00
ISBN: 978-2-84066-235-8
EAN: 9782840662358
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An anthology of reference texts and interviews published in the German magazine Texte Zur Kunst between 1990 and 1998.
This first French anthology based on the German journal "Texte zur Kunst" gives a new use value to a selection of texts published between 1990 and 1998. It is intended to allow an incisive dialogue to be started—or continued—with certain high-profile American theoretical approaches ("October" or "Artforum") as well as with the various reactions to "French Theory" or the response to cultural, feminist and post-colonial studies. It also demonstrates a purposefully and methodically tested form of writing criticism. Finally it reconstructs the immediate context in which the texts were written and—more broadly—the intellectual and artistic environment of Cologne in those years, while avoiding going along with the myth of a scene focused round a few central artistic figures. So it is in fact the genealogy of one of the most stimulating bodies of criticism of its day that is the focus of this book.
Texts by Benjamin Buchloh, Sabeth Buchmann, Judith Butler, Gisela Capitain, Merlin Carpenter, Juli Carson, Timothy J. Clark, Joshua Decter, Diedrich Diederichsen, Helmut Draxler, Stefan Germer, Isabelle Graw, Renée Green, Tom Holert, Christian Höller, Mike Kelley, Martin Kippenberger, Jutta Koether, Rosalind Krauss, Michael Krebber, Veit Loers, John Miller, Albert Oehlen, Roberto Ohrt, Jörg Schlick, Mark Terkessidis, Michele Wallace, Olivier Zahm, Heimo Zobernig.