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Other(s) author(s) : Noble, Richard, [editore] ; Whitechapel Art Gallery, [argitaratzaile]Language : EnglishLondon : Whitechapel Gallery ; Cambridge : The MIT, 2009238 orrialde ; 21 cm(Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeSeries : Documents of contemporary art (Whitechapel Gallery)ISBN : 978-0-85488-162-8 ; 978-0-262-64069-5.Art and philosophy | Abstract (en) | Book presentation Analytics : More, Thomas Utopia Analytics : Marx, Karl The German ideology Analytics : Marx, Karl The Communist Manifesto Analytics : Morris, William News from nowhere Analytics : Orwell, George Nineteen eighty-four Analytics : Constant Our own desires build the revolution Analytics : Bloch, Ernst The principle of hope Analytics : Adorno, Theodor W Commitment Analytics : Adorno, Theodor W Something's missing Analytics : Debord, Guy Theses on cultural revolution Analytics : Debord, Guy Culture and revolutionary politics Analytics : Foucault, Michel Other spaces Analytics : Jameson, Fredric The utopian enclave Analytics : Pil and Galia Kollectiv The future is here Analytics : WochenKlausur Art and sociopolitical intervention Analytics : Hirschhorn, Thomas Interview with Okwui Enwezor Analytics : Bois, Yve-Alain The predicament of contemporary art Analytics : Rancière, Jacques Art of the possible : interview with Fulvia Carnevale and John Kelsey Analytics : Smith, Karen To contradict reality : a "utopian strategy" by Ai Weiwei Analytics : Rowlands, Alun Exegesis : when we build let us think that we build forever Analytics : Verwoert, Jan Gestures towards a new life : the avant-garde as historical provocation Analytics : Beuys, Joseph I am searching for field character Analytics : Beuys, Joseph An appeal for an alternative Analytics : Denes, Agnes Wheatfield : a confrontation Analytics : Buchloh, Benjamin Heinz-Dieter Beuys : the twilight of the idol Analytics : Kuspit, Donald Beuys or Warhol? Analytics : Gormley, Antony Interview with Marjetica Potrc Analytics : Noble, Richard An anthropoetics of space : Antony Gormley's field Analytics : Kabakov, Ilya The palace of projects Analytics : Bourriaud, Nicolas Conviviality and encounters Analytics : Superflex Interview with Asa Nacking Analytics : Gillick, Liam Utopia station : for a_ functional utopia Analytics : Nesbit, Molly What is a station? Analytics : Huyghe, Pierre No ghost just a shell : dialogue Analytics : Obrist, Hans Ulrich The land Analytics : Deller, Jeremy Folk archive : contemporary popular art from the UK Analytics : Millar, Jeremy Poets of their own affairs : a brief introduction to folk archive Analytics : Graham, Dan Homes for America Analytics : Graham, Dan Children's pavilion : a collaboration with Jeff Wall Analytics : McCarthy, Paul Heidi Analytics : Rosenthal, Stephanie How to use a failure : on Paul McCarthy Analytics : Nesbit, Molly Meeting Immanuel Wallerstein Analytics : Norman, Nils Utopia now : interview with Jennifer Allen Analytics : Farquharson, Alex The avant-garde again : on carey young Analytics : Young, Carey Revolution : it's a lovely word : interview with Raimundas Malasauskas Analytics : Kingelez, Bodys Isek The essential framework of the structures making up the town of Kimbembele-Ihunga (Kinbéville) Analytics : León, Dermis P. Havana, biennial, tourism : the spectacle of utopia Analytics : Bernard, Catherine Bodies and digital utopia Analytics : Green, Alison Utopias and universals Analytics : Kunzru, Hari I see the sea : on Paul Noble Analytics : Chan, Paul Interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist and Adam Phillips
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Testuak: Theodor Adorno, Jennifer Allen, Catherine Bernard, Ernst Bloch, Yve-Alain Bois, Nicolas Bourriaud, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Alex Farquharson, Hal Foster, Michel Foucault, Alison Green, Fredric jameson, Hari Kunzru, Donald Kuspit, Dermis P. León, Karl marx, Jeremy Miller, Thomas More, William Morris, Molly Nesbit, Hans Ulrich Obrist, George Orwell, Jacques Rancière, Stephanie Rosenthal, Beatrix Ruf.

"Utopias".Utopian projects aspire to a better world but their forms may only ever live in our imaginations. Furthermore, we are as haunted by their failures as we are inspired by the aspiration to repair the failed and build the new. This anthology contextualizes art's current engagement with the utopian as a key term in the artistic lineage of modernity. It iluminates how the exploration of utopian themes in art today contributes to our understanding of contemporary cultures and the posibilities for shaping their futures.Utopia is one of a series documenting major themes and ideas in contemporary art.

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