Forum on the Art and Visual Culture of Eastern Europe
SEMINAR NO.3 - ART AND REVOLUTION
Manchester Art Gallery 10-5pm Saturday 3 February 2007
A symposium on the legacy of political, social and cultural revolution for art and visual culture in Eastern Europe and beyond.
Gerald Raunig (EIPCP Vienna)
Art AND Revolution
Gaspar Miklos Tamas (Insitute of Philopsophy, Budapest)
Why did a Revolutionary Regime Suppress Revolutionary Art?
Malcom Miles (University of Plymouth)
Utopian Aesthetics or an Aesthetic Utopia?
Klara Kemp-Welch (UCL London)
Readymade Rituals: Jerzy Beres in Dialogue with Marcel Duchamp
Marian Mazzone (University of Charleston)
Drawing Conceptual Lessons from 1968
Anda Rottenberg (Museum of Modern Art Warsaw)
Traumatic Memory in Polish Contemporary Art
Michael Blum (Vienna)
Llano del Rio. The Indestructible Ruins of Utopia
Edit Andras (Institute of Art History, Budapest)
Conceptual Art at the Crossroads
Bettina Jungen (Institute of Art History, University of Zurich)
Vera Mukhina: Art between modernism and Socialist Realism
Attendance fee 35 (conc. 15) includes lunch. Contact: Mona Patel, MIRIAD, MMU, Cavendish North Building, Cavendish Street, Manchester M15 6BG tel: 0161 247 6225 email@example.com
The SocialEast research forum considers the art and visual culture of Eastern Europe from the end of the Second World War to the fall of the Berlin Wall, through collaborative projects, exhibitions and seminars. The project is organised by MIRIAD Manchester Metropolitan University, for more details contact Dr. Reuben Fowkes by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or see the project website www.socialeast.org