Organiser

This has given rise Westernism in the Muslim war moving to Gujarat , later to
gineered the Godhra attack realized that it could not ... Instead of ujarat to draw
the army in . indefinitely as India can . ... are heaping insult on Pakistani
leadership , General lost all credibility and feel ' succeeded in imposing this fear
art of the same ...

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Circa

... destroyed in the name of progress and modernisation ) became the target for
over 100 projects under the name of ' art attack : One of ... future event , the
designation of contemporary visual art to an official gallery space ( as is implied
at the end of the organisers ' report ) ... Eschewing committee selections and
selectors drawn from within the Irish artistic community , the E . V . A . committee
prefer instead ...

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The Architect and Building News

Mr. REVELEY is the happy owner of a very fine Study of a draw the eyes of the
few . ... del Mr. Mitchell , and Mr. Robinson also sends a slightly coloured naturale
, and the artist was nicknamed Andrea degli Impiccati ... for some philosophic
men is drawn down over the leg , and in the story of the attack it experiment , or in
purely naïve attempt to ... rendered doubly interest TIER , suggest a ground not
much broken yet by the organisers ing the discovery of this drawing . of
exhibitions .

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Digital Feminisms

Since then, the festival has taken place annually and has become an important
platform for feminist art and queer activism in the ... On their website, the
organisers of the festival discuss the history of the Red Zora and state: Even
though Red Dawns festival refrains itself from ... At a point in time when feminist
online campaigns in Germany draw increasingly on the language and tactics of
feminist and ... after its last attack, the RAF still has the capacity to cause
controversy nationwide.

Author: Christina Scharff

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1315406209

Category: Social Science

Page: 170

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The relative rise or decline of feminist movements across the globe has been debated by feminist scholars and activists for a long time. In recent years, however, these debates have gained renewed momentum. Rapid technological change and increased use of digital media have raised questions about how digital technologies change, influence, and shape feminist politics. This book interrogates the digital interface of transnational protest movements and local activism in feminist politics. Examining how global feminist politics is articulated at the nexus of the transnational/national, we take contemporary German protest culture as a case study for the manner in which transnational feminist activism intersects with the national configuration of feminist political work. The book explores how movements and actions from outside Germany’s borders circulate digitally and resonate differently in new local contexts, and further, how these border-crossings transform grass-roots activism as it goes digital. This book was originally published as a special issue of Feminist Media Studies.

Alasdair Gray

Years, but he returned to it out of necessity: Andrew's school fees had to be paid,
so he took a job as head of the art department at ... the apparent sacking of a
number of them) that he even attempted an attack on the running of the place
when he left, on behalf of ... Other members of staff asked me to draw attention to
how rotten the place was being run. ... writing letters or dis— tributing pamphlets
denouncing the organisers of Glasgow Arts Centre, he used what spare time he
had to ...

Author: Rodge Glass

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408833352

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

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Alasdair Gray, author of the modern classics Lanark, Poor Things and 1982, Janine, is without doubt Scotland's greatest living novelist. Since trying (unsuccessfully) to buy him a drink in 1998, Rodge Glass, first tutee and then secretary to the author, takes on the role of biographer, charting Gray's life from unpublished and unrecognised son of a box-maker to septuagenarian "little grey deity" (as Will Self has called him). A Jewish Mancunian Boswell to Gray's Johnson, Glass seamlessly weaves a chronological narrative of his subject's life into his own diary of meeting, getting to know and working with the artist, writer and campaigner, to create a vibrant and wonderfully textured portrait of a literary great.

Hard Times

Social Realism in Victorian Art Julian Treuherz, Manchester City Art Gallery ...
Poverty , low wages , hard labour , Leech ' s drawing was a direct attack on the
Government , unstable employment or ... The exhibition organisers asked artists
to working for books and magazines they were free of the submit cartoons , the ...

Author: Julian Treuherz

Publisher: Lund Humphries Pub Limited

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Category: Architecture

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The Guardian Index

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Artscribe International

'It was many years ago on an island by the sea,' she writes over and over again
on one drawing, like an invocation. ... Fruitmarket Galleries in their ability to
produce relevant and excellent exhibitions, Bristol's Arnolfini, the organisers of
the show, were right as usual. ... The artist's newfound concern with ecology
jostles uncomfortably against his ongoing aesthetic programme, his attack on
minimalist art.

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The Cambridge Review

... one THE WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC MEETING . was taken from a drawing made
in the year 1818 , when The organisers ... on the one hand for the frankly our
force were to make a frontal attack on the bridge at suggestive form of art known
as ...

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Art Treasures in the British Isles

Vorticism was an angular , severe style of drawing and painting which was
connected with the international Cubist 242 movement and in ... World War , both
described scenes of action or the tension of waiting for the attack in the peculiarly
menacing vocabulary of Vorticism . ... s bust of Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fisher of
Kilverstone , for example - to commemorate the 213 organisers of the campaigns
.

Author: Bernard S. Myers

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Story of the country's artistic heritage and showing where they may be found today.

Art critical Political

Art in the Depression UMS 312 MALGAMATED STEVEDORES LABOUR
PROTECTIO YLEAGUE British labour ... Police Attack ' , linocut from Saga by
John Harvey . ... this display draws attention to occupational health and safety
issues , combining photographs and description with ... and Ruth Waller , with
assistance from Warwick Pearse , John Jensen and a number of union
organisers and delegates .

Author: Ian Burn

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Art: critical, political.

The Crown Colonist

From these similarities anyone is free to draw the appropriate conclusions . ... of
taking our great men for granted has obscured this crucial fact in the early history
of a great art . ... None of the organisers of this stupid campaign could , I feel
convinced , rise to the intellectual height of the true Irish gentleman who , in the
bad old days , wrote to an ... Mr. Frank Pick , of the London Passenger Transport
Board , led the attack , complaining that certain parts are ill - proportioned , that
the ...

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Artscribe

The Sydney Biennale Taking the Pulse of Art ( or At the Other End of the World )
Annelie Pohlen art The organisers did well to ... As a guest of that continent and
painting which simply did not exist , as if those as an adviser on the selection of
German artists pictures drawing upon other ... hand and crude violence on the
other in the to YOUTH ATTACK tijdse GILBERT AND GEORGE Youth Attack ,
1982 25.

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Picasso

... location as the eastern - most region of the country Winston Churchill termed it
the ' bull'seye ' of any future atomic attack . ... 2 % Later in the same month , on 29
Abbatt on behalf of the organisers of the exhibition , November 1950 , reports ...
the use of the atom known as Artists for Peace ) , stating that : ' The Art bomb in
Korea was under ' active consideration ... a dove drawn especially containing an
article with the heading ' Will we for the exhibition and also the one drawn on the
 ...

Author: Pablo Picasso

Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises

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Category: Art

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This text presents an in-depth examination of Picasso as a politically and socially engaged artist, from the 1940s, when he defiantly remained in Paris during the Nazi occupation, throughout the subsequent Cold War period.

The Musical Times and Singing class Circular

Adding to the ninety - one anthems by and this is probably the reason why art -
which , in English cathedral writers two ... living , success , would take the horses
out of her carriage we find sixteen selections from Barnby , four from and draw it
home ... is accorded to those organisers and conductors of Gadsby , Stainer , and
the rest - all of whom have exceptionally fine ... letter had he refrained from a
personal attack songs is clearly laid down , a correspondent writes to upon Dr.
Stainer .

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A Rather Large Weapon

... from the exhibition organisers and said , ' My initial reaction is one of
amazement , not that someone did not like the drawing but that they went to
lengths to destroy it ... The work is not pornographic , it is part of the nature of art
that it is up to an individual to react to what he sees . ... Its committee issued a
statement regarding the attack on Lilburn's work , labelling it ' publicity - seeking
vandalism , ' and ...

Author: Maria Fusco

Publisher: Book Works (UK)

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Category: Art, Modern

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A journal published for and about experimental art writing.

Saturday Review of Politics Literature Science and Art

We notice a paragraph in the “ Labour For to - day we are only just beginning to
draw on the Leader ” announcing that at a meeting in ... also enable the great
organiser at our War Office “ the destruction of the British Empire and the
construction of the Irish Republic ” . ... They will prefer to hide of the attack on
German trade .

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The Saturday Review of Politics Literature Science and Art

Here is a raiding attacks " from the platform . defender of the entrenched men at
Gallipoli . ... It has , on the contrary , made obscure , the French claiming that their
counter - attack America most intensely aware of her own individual continued to
make progress ... organisers of this become more aware of her nationality than
she has meeting have since publicly and in Parliament tried to ever been before .

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New Statesman

He was also a frequent target of attack in the Bury alternative newspaper ; his
views on women and trade unionism were ... And what were the credentials of its
moving spirits - Andrew Hornung , a supporter of Socialist Organiser ( which has
had ... but send us a statement which proudly ment came at last year's Doncaster
before he does so , we would draw announces ... Four of them Hain should grab
the money . entitled ' The Jews in Art ' , written ( which had jointly cost £ 90,300 a
 ...

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The Illustrated Weekly of India

Before the attack the frightened victim folds his hands and begs for mercy : “ Don't
kill me , please . ... with 120 - B ( conspiracy ) indelible mark on the performing
arts . and sentenced to death and transportation for life respectively . ... He was a
pioneer among organisers who presented musicians and dancers and richly
deserved the honour of being the only ... also be able to make contacts in those
countries whereby exchange of artistes between India and the West will be
facilitated .

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