Statement of responsibility: by Philip Ursprung ; translated by Fiona Elliott
ISBN: 0520245415, 9780520245419
Intended audience: Specialized.
Translated from the German.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
xiii, 324 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm
Art and Design.; Earthworks; Kaprow, Allan; Kaprow, Allan Criticism and interpretation.; Smithson, Robert; 1960s; Art movements History 20th century.; Smithson, Robert Criticism and interpretation.; Performance art; Land art
- List of Illustrations
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- Limits to Growth: The Sixties and Early Seventies
- The Continental European Perspective
- Allan Kaprow and the Limits to Painting
- "Oedipal-just for fun": Allan Kaprow and Art History
- "The Legacy of Jackson Pollock"
- The Hansa Gallery
- Art and the Division of Labor: 18 Happenings in 6 Parts
- My 18 Happenings in 6 Parts
- The Happeners' Bodies
- A Service for the Dead
- The Triumph of Pop Art
- The Nonentry of Happenings into the Art Museum
- "Happenings in the New York Scene"
- Claes Oldenburg versus Allan Kaprow
- Naturalism and Modernism
- Performing Architecture
- Site Specificity
- The Limits to Sculpture: Robert Smithson and Earth Art
- The Excursions: Critiquing Minimalism
- "The Crystal Land"
- "The Monuments of Passaic"
- "Incidents of Mirror-Travel in the Yucatan"
- Hotel Palenque
- The Triumph of Minimal Art
- The Sculpture Boom and the Case of Michael Fried
- Robert Smithson and Marcel Duchamp
- Dan Graham and the Legacy of Robert Smithson
- Site and Nonsite
- Robert Smithson as the Artistic Advisor to the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport
- A Nonsite (An Indoor Earthwork)
- Partially Buried Woodshed
- Spiral Jetty
- Political Landscape
- Robert Smithson and Michael Heizer
- The Military Sublime: Earth Art and the War in Vietnam
- "Cultural Confinement"
- Broken Circle/Spiral Hill and the Land Reclamation Projects
- The Limits to Art History
- Texts, Ephemeral Media, and Technical Reproductions in Art Scholarship
- Art Credits