File spoon-archives/avant-garde.archive/avant-garde_1996/96-11-03.013, message 60


Date: Mon, 14 Oct 1996 10:29:02 -0400
Subject: FLUXLIST: Q: on Avantgardists' self-difinition as avantgarde


>Date: Mon, 14 Oct 1996 16:52:53 +0900
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>From: YN8K-WTY-AT-asahi-net.or.jp (Kiyo Wataya)
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>Subject: FLUXLIST: Q: on Avantgardists' self-difinition as avantgarde
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>Dear all
>
>Sorry for my poor writing in English.
>I am a graduate student of science of art in Japan.
>I am considering of the transformation of avant-garde discourse in art.
>
>The artists so-called "historical avantgarde" after Peter Burger, for example,
>futurists, dadaists, surrealists, did they call themselves "avantgarde", or
>did the scholar give the name of avantgarde later?
>Also, did artists in 1960's such like fluxus artists or Kaplow feel
>themselves "avantgarde", in spite of the main critical discourse of "the
>end of avantgarde"
>in those days?
>Meanwhaile, how about the formalistic artists themselves? Certainly Greenberg
>called them "avantgarde" starategically.
>
>I would appreciate your assistance.
>Thank you.
>
>
>
>Kiyo Wataya in Nara, Japan
>YN8K-WTY-AT-asahi-net.or.jp
>




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