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(en) Canada, Edmonton Art and Anarchy Lecture Rescheduled

From eugene <eugene@tao.ca>
Date Fri, 23 Nov 2001 00:36:00 -0500 (EST)


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Well we arrived for Allan's Lecture t the Fine Arts Building at the
University of Alberta only too find firetrucks and police surrounding the
building...ah is this a reaction to Anarchy=Black Block? or Bill C 36 ...
the mere sniff of anarchy and the state overreacts...no there was a fire in
an art studio so Allan had to reschedule his lecture Please see below....
Eugene

Allan Antliff, "Hippolyte Havel and the Modernists of Revolt" 

Has been RESCHEDULED:
WESNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 5PM 
Lecture Room 2-20, second floor, Fine Arts Building, University of Alberta

Hippolyte Havel was an anarchist-syndicalist and close friend of Emma
Goldman who supported the most innovative artists of his era.  This talk
will discuss Havel's activities in New York, where he edited two
art-related publications, The Revolutionary Almanac (1914) and Revolt (1916).

This talk commemorates the publication of

Anarchist Modernism: Art, Politics and the First American Avant-Garde
(University of Chicago Press, 2001)

The book will be available for purchase ($50.00)

Paul Avrich, author of The Russian Anarchists, Sacco and Vanzetti and
Anarchist Voices, writes:

"Allan Antliff's important book examines the work of anarchist artists and
critics, whose emphasis on freedom and innovation placed them in the
avant-garde of the twentieth century.  Among them were such figures as
Robert Henri, Alfred Stieglitz, and Man Ray, as well as Emma Goldman for
whom anarchism was 'a natural philosophy of artists.'  Treating them and
others with intelligence and insight, Antliff brings a new voice to the
historical discourse, a voice which commands attention and carries
conviction."

Linda Henderson, author of Duchamp in Context and The Fourth Dimension and
Non-Euclidian Geometry in Modern Art, writes

"An excellent chronicle of the impact of anarchism on early
twentieth-century art in America, Anarchist Modernism restores anarchism to
its rightful prominence as a crucial component of the culture of the time
and will now stand as the major consideration of the interconnectedness of
American art and anarchism in this period."



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