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Art as social construction? L’art comme construction sociale ?

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Proceedings of the AICA round-table, Manifesta 4, Frankfurt/Main, May 2002


The Proceedings of the debates published in this book express the current questions raised by the visual arts, doubly confronted with the phenomenon of globalisation as well as with the economical and social redistribution, that knows Europe more specifically.
A large majority of the invited speakers coming from Eastern Europe, delivers points of view which are quite logically more critical about the cultural distribution and spreading today.

A bilingual book (English and French) with 64 pages + cover, printed January 2004 by AICA Press with the support of the International Foundation Manifesta/IFM and the European Community - Culture 2000 program.
Public price: 9 €
ISBN 2-9506768-3-9

A Panel discussion, organised by AICA in association with IFM/ International Foundation Manifesta
- Moderator : John Peter Nilsson (Stockholm), Vice-President of AICA, art critic, chief-editor of NU: The Nordic Art Review

Participants
- Iara Boubnova (Sofia), Director of ICA and curator of Manifesta 4
- Christian Chambert (Uppsala), Vice-President of AICA, art critic
- Ekaterina Degot (Saint Petersbourg), art critic and co-curator of Moscow-Berlin 2003
- Jon-Mikel Euba (Bilbao, Berlin), Artist, Manifesta 4
- Kim Levin (New York), President of AICA, art critic, Village Voice
- Sabine Vogel (Berlin), art critic, Berliner Zeitung, curator

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