No Place, nowhere: 5 Years for Conceptual Art


The Performance of Style
Glam emerged in the early 1970s and remains one of the most instantly recognisable but critically derided stylistic phenomena of the twentieth century art and cultural history.  Known mostly through the music of the era, the style can also be traced to art forms through it’s acquaintance with theatrics, artifice, mythologism and androgyny.
Leading writers use Glam as a prism to examine the art, music and fashion of the time, shedding new light on the extravagance of this period. This catalogue provides an in-depth examination of art and performance, revealing the migration of fine art ideas into the front line of popular culture.

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June 2013

ISBN 978-3-86678-836-7

21,50 x 24,00 cm

160 Pages

134 colored and 70 b/w illustrations

Softcover with flaps, bound

Languages: German


Darren Pih, Max Hollein

Jean-Christophe Ammann, Michael Bracewell,Dominic Johnson, Mike Kelley, Neil Mulholland,Glenn O´Brian, Darren Pih,Simon Reynolds, Judith Watt

graphic design
Secondary Modern, London

Liverpool, „GLAM. The Performance of Style“, 8.2. – 12.5 2013,  Tate Liverpool und Frankfurt, 14.6 - 22.9.2013. Schirn Kunsthalle
sowie Linz, 19.10.2013 - 2.2.2014, Lentos Kunstmuseum