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Montero - University of the Arts, Gustavo Grandal; Albertoni (trad.) - University of the Arts London, Fernanda (2016)
Publisher: PPG-Arte / UnB
Journal: Revista VIS: Revista do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Arte
Languages: Portuguese
Types: Article
Subjects: Poesia concreta; neo vanguardas; exposições.
Extensa entrevista com o historiador da arte, curador e poeta concreto Stephen Bann, realizada por Gustavo Grandal Montero, concentrando-se em seu trabalho curatorial, crítico e artístico da década de 1960, em que esteve intimamente envolvido com o desenvolvimento da poesia concreta no Reino Unido. Bann associou-se precocemente com Ian Hamilton Finlay, co-organizou a Primeira exposição internacional de poesia concreta e cinética (Cambridge, 1964) e foi o curador da Exposição de Poesia Concreta para o Primeiro Festival de Brighton, em 1967. Organizou Concrete poetry: an international anthology (1967) e publicou vários textos críticos influentes, ao mesmo tempo em que desenvolvia sua própria prática poética concretista. Sua associação com Noigandres (especialmente com Augusto e Haroldo de Campos) e com outros poetas concretos no Brasil (Pedro Xisto) também será aqui discutida.
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