Performing Arts Books

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  • Getürkte Türken

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    Die künstlerischen Produktionen von Migranten haben sich in den letzten Jahren intensiviert - und zwar nicht nur in der Literatur, sondern auch im Film, Theater und Kabarett. Ob Feridun Zaimoglu, Django Asül, Serdar Somunçu oder Hussi Kutluçan - die heutigen deutsch-türkischen Künstler/-innen setzen auf neue Stilmittel, Darstellungsmodi und Genres für das Erzählen von Geschichten über Migration: die Komödie, die Culture-Clash-Satire, aber auch hybride Gattungen. Maha El Hissy nähert sich diesen spielerischen Reaktionen auf etablierte Machtstrukturen anhand einer Analyse des Karnevalesken, d.h. der ethnischen und geschlechtlichen Verkleidung, der Maskierung, der Diffamierung und Profanierung heiliger Texte und Kontexte.
    89,92  TL199,82  TL
  • Phone Booths by Famous Architects (By Famous Architects Series)

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    Following architect Steve Schaecher’s groundbreaking Outhouses by Famous Architects and Mobile Homes by Famous Architects (Pomegranate, 2000 and 2002), we present his new array of historical inquiries. In deft ink-and-watercolor illustrations and knowledgeable prose, Schaecher informs each of his twenty-nine booths with the sensibility of the architect who supposedly designed it. Schaecher’s books are not mere parodies. While he envisions humorous applications for the talents of Palladio, Le Corbusier, Wright, and other giants, his watercolors are true reflections of the architects’ styles; e.g., Erik Gunnar Asplund’s phone booth, the Stockholm Dialibrary, clearly exemplifies Asplund’s design precepts, and the concise text explores the Swede’s architectural principles—as well as the assertion that music by the Swedish 1970s supergroup Abba is piped into the Dialibrary to ease the pain of being on hold. Schaecher brings a generous sense of humor to analyses of building styles from classical Egypt through Renaissance mastery, Enlightenment engineering, and Modern uplift before arriving among the competing theories of today. His past performance has won accolades from the likes of Robert Venturi, and Phone Booths keeps up the good work. About the Author A practicing architect in Indianapolis and the creator of Pomegranate’s Outhouses by Famous Architects and Mobile Homes by Famous Architects, Steve Schaecher puts forth his warped view of architecture to remind us to enjoy life and to look for reasons to laugh. Sure it’s a serious profession, but lighten up a little.
    31,35  TL40,71  TL
  • New Readings in Theatre History (Theatre and Performance Theory)

    New Readings in Theatre History (Theatre and Performance Theory)

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    Theater history has often been interpreted in ways which highlight and omit key elements. Jacky Bratton explores this dilemma by examining how theater history has been chronicled and interpreted. Analyzing case studies from nineteenth-century British theater, Bratton reveals the difference between the existence of "the drama" (plays and play literature) and "the stage" (performance, theater building, and attendance).
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  • The Cambridge Companion to Victorian and Edwardian Theatre (Cambridge Companions to Literature)

    The Cambridge Companion to Victorian and Edwardian Theatre (Cambridge Companions to Literature)

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    This Companion is designed for readers interested in the creation, production and interpretation of Victorian and Edwardian theater. An introduction surveying the historical period of the theater is followed by an essay contextualizing it within the culture as a whole. Succeeding chapters examine performance and production, (including music, actors, stagecraft and audience), plays and playwriting and issues of class and gender. Types of performances (such as comedy, farce, melodrama) and the economics of the theater are also analyzed.
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  • Abstract Graffiti

    Abstract Graffiti

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    Since the early days of the graffiti movement in late 1970s New York, street art has transformed cities around the world. Today it is a hugely popular, yet still highly controversial art form. In Abstract Graffiti, Cedar Lewisohn provides a vibrant account of the ‘outer limits’ of street art and graffiti that are being explored by artists in cities as diverse as London, Prague, Philadelphia and São Paulo. The work of these artists is ‘abstract’ not necessarily in the sense that it is non-figurative; rather, it may embrace a fresh, abstract approach to art. Lewisohn interviews both established graffiti artists and new practitioners of avant-garde forms of art in public spaces – such as Knit Graffiti and Street Training – and traces the art-historical lineage of these abstract trends. Addressing such issues as street art as a form of protest, graffiti as a crime, the place of street art in museums, and the evolution of materials, this book offers unrivalled insight into some of the most exciting and challenging work on the contemporary art scene.
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  • The Art Prophets: The Artists, Dealers, and Tastemakers Who Shook the Art World

    The Art Prophets: The Artists, Dealers, and Tastemakers Who Shook the Art World

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    In The Art Prophets, Richard Polsky introduces us to influential late twentieth-century dealers and tastemakers in the art world. These risk takers opened doors for artists, identified new movements, and resurrected art forms that had fallen into obscurity. In this distinctive tour, Polsky offers an insightful and engaging dialog between artists and the visionaries who paved their way. Table of contentsIvan Karp and Pop ArtStan Lee and Comic Book ArtChet Helms, Bill Graham, and the Art of the PosterJohn Ollman and Outsider ArtJoshua Baer and Native American ArtVirginia Dwan and EarthworksTod Volpe and CeramicsJeffrey Fraenkel and PhotographyLouis Meisel and PhotorealismTony Shafrazi and Street Art
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