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Artists Meeting for Cultural Change

Artists Meeting for Cultural Change

Type: 
Artist Group
Other Relations: 
May Stevens, Rudolph Baranik
Material Locations: 
Alan Moore says PAD/D archives may have something on them?
Notes: 

Strongly influenced by English Group "Art & Language. Began in 1975. In 1976 the group met at Artists Space for a period of one year. Produced "An anti-Catalog" in 1977. from: http://www.findarticles.com/cf_dls/m0268/10_41/103989793/p5/article.jhtml?term= Fox 3, published in May 1976, is centered on a number of essays and position papers examining this strained relationship between artistic and activist practices. By this time, the editors were in dialogue with a large number of artists and critics--including Hans Haacke, Lucy Lippard, Miriam Schapiro, and a collective of African-American art activists called the Black Emergency Cultural Coalition--who formed the nucleus of a loose alliance, Artists Meeting for Cultural Change (AMCC), that was created in reaction to the 'Whitney Museum of American Art's exhibition commemorating the Bicentennial. The AMCC had already organized leafleting and picketing against the "socially reactionary" Whitney Museum and its "Three Centuries of American Art," soon becoming a lightning rod for people involved in left-win

Filename: 
Artists Meeting for Cultural Change
Status: 
Defunct

Address

Street: 
9 Torneo Road
City: 
Santa Fe
State: 
nm
Zip: 
87508
Contact: 
May Stevens
Began: 
1975
Ended: 
1976

Contacts

May Stevens

9 Torneo Rd.
Santa Fe