OUT OF ACTIONS: BETWEEN PERFORMANCE AND THE OBJECT, 1949-1979 was organized by Paul Schimmel and published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name in Los Angeles in 1998. With essays by Kristine Stiles, Guy Brett, Hubert Klocker, Shinichiro Osaki and Paul Schimmel, the catalogue is an exhaustive survey of performance in relation to painting and sculpture that is vital to the study of art history during this era.
Includes well-known artists like Jackson Pollock and Carolee Schneeman, as well as lesser-known but important artists such as Bonnie Sherk and Jiro Takamatsu.
-407 pgs. Chiefly illus. with color plates alongside black & white reproductions.
-30.5cm h x 22cm w x 2.75cm d
-1998 Thames and Hudson