H 1 Greenwich village 1963 : Avant-garde performance and the effervescent body
"The year was 1963 and from Birmingham to Washington D.C., from Vietnam to the Kremlin to the Berlin Wall, the world was in the throes of political upheaval and historic change. But that same year, in New York's Greenwich village, another kind of history and a different sort of politics were being made. This was a political history that had nothing to do with states or governments or armies- and had everything to do with art. And this is the story that Sally Banes tells, a year in the life of American culture, a year that would change American life and culture forever. It was 1963, as Banes's book shows us, that the Sixties really began."--P.  de la couv.
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Description physique : ix, 308 p., (32) p. de pl. : illustrations, photographies ; 24 cm.
Langue : Anglais
Donateur : Febvre, Michèle, 2019.
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