Re: avant-garde books

From: Jack Sargeant (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Sep 05 2007 - 18:20:59 PDT

several of these books listed are from the 60s tho.... which is fine,
but there's so much more out there.... from the top of my head
published since 1997:

Paola Igliori - American Magus (harry smith)
Jack hunter - Moonchild: Films of Kenneth Anger
Jack Stevenson - Camp America (kuchars & waters)
Mark Webber - two films by owen land
Steve Barber - the art of destruction (vienna aktionists)
A L Rees - A history of experimental film & video
and yeah, MY BOOKS


On 6 Sep 2007, at 07:48, jason livingston wrote:

> You may want to do a search on the Frameworks archive. This topic
> comes up pretty regularly. Here are a few titles to get you
> started, though. Caveat: selective, incomplete... and I'm certain
> there are others to add.
> Points of Resistance: Women, Power & the New York Avant-garde
> Cinema. Lauren Rabinovitz
> A Line of Sight. Paul Arthur
> Allegories of Cinema: American Film in the Sixties. David E. James
> The Most Typical Avant-Garde. David E. James
> Lovers of Cinema: The First American Film Avant-Garde, 1919-1945.
> ed by Jan-Christopher Horak
> Underground film: a critical history. Parker Tyler
> Three faces of the film; the art, the dream, the cult. Parker Tyler.
> On Jack Smith's "Flaming Creatures" (and other Secret-Flix of
> Cinemaroc). J. Hoberman
> Hollis Frampton: (nostalgia). Rachel Moore
> Film at Wit’s End. Stan Brakhage
> An Introduction to the American Underground Film, Sheldon Renan
> Experimental Cinema in the Digital Age, Malcolm Le Grice
> To Free the Cinema: Jonas Mekas & the New York Underground, ed.
> David E. James
> Captured: a film/video history of the lower east side, ed by
> Clayton Patterson
> A History of the Avant-Garde Cinema, exhibition catalog, The
> American Federation of Arts
> Experimental Cinema: A Fifty-Year Evolution. David Curtis.
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