A Coffee-House Conversation on the International Art World and its Exclusions [at the time of the 7th Istanbul Biennial]
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A Coffee-House Conversation on the International Art World and its Exclusions [at the time of the 7th Istanbul Biennial]
Publisher
Published by Kahve-Society, in association with Autograph and i-DAT: Institute of Digital Art & Technology
Description
Index: Preface (Kahve-Society), An introduction to the history of the coffee-house: a discursive model (Markman Ellis), Orientalism and modernity: introduction to conversations (Zeynep Çelik), The ‘thing’ of modernity: its circulation and appropriation (Meltem Ahıska), The problem with Europe, the problem with Turkey and the problem with identity (Kevin Robins), Transcript of first conversation, What is wrong with wailing? (Erden Kosova), Biennales: past or present? (Ann Huber-Sigwart), Mutual realities, re-mapping destinies [transcript] (Hüseyin Alptekin)
Note
7. İstanbul Bienali'ne paralel olarak Kahve-Society (Hatice Abdullah & Geoff Cox) tarafından, Platform (İstanbul) ve Autograph (Londra) iş birliğinde düzenlendi - Organized in parallel with the 7th İstanbul Biennial by Kahve-Society (Hatice Abdullah & Geoff Cox) in collaboration with Platform (Istanbul) and Autograph (London).
Issue Date
2002
Language
English
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/194898
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PG022
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