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Cote : 792.860904 F834d 1995

"Duncan, Saint-Point, Cocteau, Barbette, Dudley, Sokolow, Ocko, Graham, Cunningham, Dunn, Ohno"--Couv.

"In his revisionary account of the evolution of 'modern dance', Mark Franko questions the common notion that the dancing image reflects a relation of dance to culture. He calls for a historicization of aesthetics that considers the often-ignored political dimension of expressive action. Employing an interdisciplinary approach to dance analysis, Franko draws from performance studies, feminism studies, and cultural theory to study modern dance in relation to sexual, class, and modernist politics, ranging from Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham and Merce Cunningham to less canonical figures, such as Valentine de Saint-Point, left-wing 'revolutionary' dancers of the 1930s, and Douglas Dunn."--P.[4] de la couv.

Comprend une bibliographie et des notes bibliographiques.
Comprend un index.
"Duncan, Saint-Point, Cocteau, Barbette, Dudley, Sokolow, Ocko, Graham, Cunningham, Dunn, Ohno"--Couv.

"In his revisionary account of the evolution of 'modern dance', Mark Franko questions the common notion that the dancing image reflects a relation of dance to culture. He calls for a historicization of aesthetics that considers the often-ignored political dimension of expressive action. Employing an interdisciplinary approach to dance ...

Danse moderne ; Modernisme (art) ; Art et politique ; Aspect politique ; Féminisme ; Identité sexuelle ; Duncan, Isadora, 1878-1927 ; Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Cunningham, Merce, 1919-2009 ; Dunn, Douglas, 1942- ; Saint-Point, Valentine de, 1875-1953 ; Homosexualité

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