Art & the 60s: This Was Tomorrow

Wilson Andrew, et al. Chris Stephens and Katherine Stout (eds.)
Date: 2004,
Publisher: Tate Publishing, London

Deuchar, Stephen, Foreword, pp. 6-7
Stephens, Chris and Stout, Katherine, ‘This was tomorrow’, pp. 9-41
Treves, Toby, ‘William Green’, pp. 42-45
Curtis, Barry, ‘A Highly Mobile and Plaster Environ’, pp. 47-63
Tufnell, Ben, ‘Colin Self and the Bomb’, pp. 64-67
Mellor, David Alan, ‘Realism, Satire, Blow-ups: Photography and the Culture of Social Modernisation’, pp. 69-86
Tant, Rachel, ‘Sculpture at St Martin’s’, pp. 88-91
Wilson, Andrew, ‘A Poetics of Dissent: Notes on a Developing Counterculture in London in the Early Sixites’, pp. 93-111
Glew, Adrian, ‘Bruce Lacey, the Womaniser 1966’, pp. 112-113
Sadler, Simon, ‘British Architecture in the Sixties’, pp. 117-133
Carey-Thomas, Lizzie, ‘Richard Hamilton, Swingeing London 67’, pp. 134-137
Dunn, Hymie and Stout, Katherine, ‘Selected Chronology: 1959-69’, pp. 138-144

Language: English
ISBN: 1854375229
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 27.5x22cm
Library Reference: 2004 ART
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