Outlaw bible of American art

Format: Print Book 2016
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Non-fiction N6512.O856 2016x
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor - Non-fiction
Call Number  N6512.O856 2016x
The Outlaw Bible of American Art is a who's-who alternative canon of marginalised or famed autodidactic paint-slinging loners who followed their own outrageous, sometimes catastrophic visions to the heights of fame or the depths of Hell. Documenting movements from the post-war period to the present, this anthological barbaric yawp contains manifestoes, essays, interviews and biographies from some of the most cutting-edge American art writers, plus hundreds of full-colour and black and white images.
Boris Lurie and the NO!art movement
Aldo Tambellini and Group Center
Robert Williams: the highbrow of lowbrow
Ed Clark: American abstract expressionist painter
Sonia Gechtoff: bringing light out of the dark
Earl Kerkam: the subject of the loner
Forrest Bess: hemaphroditic visionary
Claes Oldenburg: the Green Gallery
Robert R. McElroy: shooting a revolution
Mark McCloud: the LSD Museum
Robert Crumb (& family): genius & madness
Spain Rodriguez: zapping the man
S. Clay Wilson: comic rebellion
Ben Morea: black mask
Jon Hendricks: the Guerilla Art Action Group
Lincoln Cushing: political poster art
Lawrence Ferlinghetti: painting politics
San Francisco's underground painters: the howling
Allen Ginsberg: beat memories
William Burroughs, Harold Norse, Brion Gysin: Beat Hotel
William Burroughs: everything permitted
Herbert Huncke: the wise hipster
Tasha Robbins: beat innocence
Jack Micheline: downtrodden saint
Chris Felver: outlaw portraitist
Don Ed Hardy: the dreaming skin
Arthur Syzk: art warrior
Alan Kaufman: born into fire
D.A. Levy: the art of prophecy
T.L. Kryss: ghost printing
John Law and Marie Lechner: cacophonies
Gandy Brodie: a wanderer among the rubble
David Wojnarowicz: the burning house
Philip Zimmerman: lure for rectification
Sue Coe: graphic witness
Charles Gatewood: lens liberation
Winston Smith: laughing on the outside
Annie Sprinkle: witchy woman
Joe Coleman: infernal Americanist
James Romberger: the carnival of dread
Sur Rodney Sur: radical presence
V. Vale & Ruby Ray: RE/Search
Nick Zedd: the film that fell to earth
Carol Leigh: the scarlot harlot
Richard Kern: girls taking off
Jennifer Camper's Amerika
Clayton Patterson: little brother is watching big brother
Jose Quiles: "Cochise"
Peter Kuper: WW3
Jim Power: mosaic man
Julia Solis: the beauty of ruin
Unbearable art: Bill Anthony, Ken Brown, Tuli Kupferberg, Tim Lane, David Sandlin
Gregory Kolm: noise pop art
Thomas Nozkowski: incommensurables
Fran O'Neil: possesed abstraction
Lael Marshall: t'aint so, honey!
Ron English: advertisements for the end
Dash Snow: Irak
Joey Semz: dying young
Bobby Miller: leather & lace
Swoon: Caledonia curry
David Choe: crimes
David Steinberg: banned love
Dawn Frasch: the sublime comedy
David Newman: dark urbania
Chuck Sperry: rock poster Rembrandt
Doze Green: b-boy cubist
Anthony Dominguez: homeless lines
Cameron Forsley: artist of the corner
DYoungV (David Young): downtown apocolypse
Adam Caldwell: sleep of reason
Brett Amory: anonymous waiting
Christopher Burch: the devil & Br'er Rabbit
C3 (Christopher C. Curtis): beautiful horror
Hugh Leeman: art street
Red Arobateau: mad joy
Eddie Colla: it's only stealing if you get caught
Laurie Lipton: The beauty of terror
Steven Dalachinsky: collaging New York
Richard Brown Lethem: compass of desire
John Held: going postal
Mike Cockrill: forbidden masterpieces
Molly Crabapple: the great American bubble machine
Kyle Ranson: the flesh of love
Ana Mendieta: creation & nature.

Additional Information
Subjects Art, American -- 20th century.
Art, American -- 21st century.
Publisher San Francisco, CA :2016
Edition First edition.
Contributors Kaufman, Alan, editor.
Language English
Description xvi, 667 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
ISBN 9780867198218
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