The Situationist International: An Introduction
This book is the first single volume to present a complete guide to the most notorious and radical art movement of the twentieth century, the Situationist International (SI). Simon Ford offers a unique history and analysis of the SI and its main protagonists, including Guy Debord, Asger Jorn, Constant and Michele Bernstein. Tracing its development back to the European avant-garde, Ford provides a comprehensive historical background to the SI's foundation.
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The PreSituationist Years 19311956
Howlings in Favour of Sade and the founding of the Lettriste International
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0erive Alba Alexander Trocchi amongst Andreotti and Costa Anon Anthology architecture Archivio Gallizio artists Asger Jorn August avant-garde Babylon Bauhaus Berna Brau cinema Cobra collaboration comic Complete Cinematic conference Constant Construction of Situations Copenhagen Critique cultural Debord's film described detournement Enrages and Situationists exclusion exhibition French Gallery Gerard Lebovici Gil J Wolman Guy Debord Hussey IMIB included industrial painting Internationale situationniste Isidore Isou issue Jorn's journal June Khayati Knabb later Lettriste International Lettriste movement London Mension Michele Bernstein milieu Naked City Nash November occupation organisation Paris Passage Piero Simondo Pinot-Gallizio political poster Potlatch Poverty of Student Press production programme psychogeographical publication published Ralph Rumney Raoul realisation resignation Revolution of Everyday revolutionary Riesel Sade Sanguinetti SI's Situationist International Situationist theory slogans social Societe du Spectacle society Sorbonne Spur Strasbourg Surrealists Sussman tract translation Turin unitary urbanism Vaneigem Veritable Split Vienet workers