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Cote : 700.97471 B215g 1993

"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. [4] de la couv.

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"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 ...

Art de performance ; Artistes interprètes ; New York ; Années 1960 ; Histoire et critique

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Cote : 792.8082 B215d 1998

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"Taking a fresh and innovative approach to dance history, 'Dancing woman: female bodies on stage' examines the Western dance - from the Romantic Ballet to modern dance - from a feminist perspective. Renowned critic ans historian Sally Banes brings nuance and complexity to a wide range of representations of gender, departing from the common positions that stress either the victimization or celebration of women.
Combining close readings of performances with analysis of the socio-political and cultural context of specific dances, Banes opens up dynamic new ways of seeing the female body ono stage. She untangles various strands of performance, including choreographic structure and style and gaps between plot and performance. (...)"--P. [4] de la couv.
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"Taking a fresh and innovative approach to dance history, 'Dancing woman: female bodies on stage' examines the Western dance - from the Romantic Ballet to modern dance - from a feminist perspective. Renowned critic ans historian Sally Banes brings nuance and complexity to a wide range of representations of gender, departing from the common positions that stress either the victimization or ...

Danseuse ; Aspect social ; Ballet romantique ; Ballet ; Danse moderne ; Femmes ; Féminité (psychologie) ; Féminisme

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Cote : 792.860973 B215t 2002

"Dans les années 1960 puis 1970, à New York, parallèlement à une montée de la contestation sociale et politique dans le monde occidental, quelques jeunes danseurs et chorégraphes se détachent radicalement de la modern dance et de la danse classique. Issus des ateliers d'Ann Halprin en Californie et/ou de ceux de Robert Dunn au studio Cunningham, ils rejettent virtuosité, expression dramatique, "inspiration", codes esthétiques et techniques, relations conventionnelles entre artistes et spectateurs, et entre les arts. Ils renouvellent fondamentalement les processus de création et adoptent la composition par procédés aléatoires, le discours direct, l'emploi d'amateurs, les structures et mouvements empruntés à la vie quotidienne. (...)

Au-delà de la description exaltante d'une période relativement récente, ce document offre unre remontée aux sources de pratiques revisitées par la danse française actuelle, en témoignant d'une extraordinaire liberté d'inventer, en prise directe sur la dimension politique de l'art en général." -- P. 4 [de la couv.]

Titre original: Terpsichore in sneakers : post-modern dance.

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"Dans les années 1960 puis 1970, à New York, parallèlement à une montée de la contestation sociale et politique dans le monde occidental, quelques jeunes danseurs et chorégraphes se détachent radicalement de la modern dance et de la danse classique. Issus des ateliers d'Ann Halprin en Californie et/ou de ceux de Robert Dunn au studio Cunningham, ils rejettent virtuosité, expression dramatique, "inspiration", codes esthétiques et techniques, ...

Histoire ; Postmodern dance ; Childs, Lucinda, 1940- ; Rainer, Yvonne, 1934- ; Paxton, Steve, 1939- ; Brown, Trisha, 1936- ; Gordon, Davis ; Hay, Deborah, 1941- ; Monk, Meredith, 1943- ; King, Kenneth, 1948- ; Dunn, Douglas, 1942- ; Forti, Simone,1935- ; Judson Church ; Etats-Unis ; Forme (esthétique) ; Chorégraphes ; Danseurs

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Cote : 792.860973 B215t 1979

"To Americans today, modern art already seems old-fashioned. By the middle of the twentieth century, the modern novel, painting, sculpture and music had reached their heights, and a new generation of writers, artists, and composers - as well as of critics - was facing a crisis of form and content at the very root of the arts. The same was true of moderne dance - a term that encompasses a range of individual styles and idioms wich had already, since its beginnings at the turn of the century, suffered a multitude of changes, splits, and variations. We still use the term modern dance to refer indiscriminately to an enormous variety of concert art dance that is not rooted in the 'danse d'école' (i.e. ballet). Modern dance identifies itself as aesthetic, whereas revue and musical theater dancing know themselves to be entertaining."--Introduction.

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"To Americans today, modern art already seems old-fashioned. By the middle of the twentieth century, the modern novel, painting, sculpture and music had reached their heights, and a new generation of writers, artists, and composers - as well as of critics - was facing a crisis of form and content at the very root of the arts. The same was true of moderne dance - a term that encompasses a range of individual styles and idioms wich had already, ...

Histoire ; Postmodern dance ; Childs, Lucinda, 1940- ; Rainer, Yvonne, 1934- ; Paxton, Steve, 1939- ; Brown, Trisha, 1936- ; Gordon, Davis ; Hay, Deborah, 1941- ; Monk, Meredith, 1943- ; King, Kenneth, 1948- ; Dunn, Douglas, 1942- ; Forti, Simone,1935- ; Judson Church ; Etats-Unis ; Forme (esthétique) ; Chorégraphes ; Danseurs

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