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The Rise and Fall of an Artist's Colony

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SoHo: The Rise and Fall of an Artist's Colony by Richard Kostelanetz
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SoHo: The Rise and Fall of an Artists Colony documents how a little know industrial neighbourhood in New York unintentionally became - for a brief period - a nexus of creative activity. Such an ideal situation - totally unplanned could not last forever; the author shows how market forces squeezed out this art utopia, to be replaced by a shadow of its former self. The book will cover the building of a community, and the artistic activities within it, crossing many media.

Table of Contents

Nicholas Bayard; Bleeker Street; Broome Street; Canal Street; Chinatown; Paula Cooper: Crosby Street; Delancy Street; Mike Fanelli; Fire Island; Fourth Street; Timothy J. Gilfoyle; Greene Street; Grenwich Village; Ivan karp; Steven Koch; La Guardia Place; Lower East Side; Houston Street; Mercer Street; Prince Street; Provincetown; Robert Rauschenberg; Harold Rosenberg; Charles R. Simpson; Sono: Passim: Soho( London); Sonic Youth; tenth Street; Paul Tishman Warren Street; Washington Square Village; Walt Whitman; Wooster Street

Author Biography

Richard Kostelanetz is a critic and literary artist. He moved to SoHo just as it was being developed by the underground arts community, and his home-apply named WordShip-has become one of the most famous loft/work space environments of the city. He is the author of over 40 original books as well as 40 edited volumes. He lives in New York City.
Release date NZ
May 29th, 2003
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
25 b&w photographs
Imprint
Routledge Member of the Taylor and Francis Group
Pages
264
Dimensions
152x229x25
ISBN-13
9780415965729
Product ID
1668906

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