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Conceptual writing

· Everything Has Already Been Written: Moscow Conceptualist Poetry and Performance by Gerald Janecek · Museum of Lost Concepts: Disclosure 21-25 · Museum of Lost Concepts: Disclosure 16-20 · Museum of Lost Concepts: Disclosure 11-15 · Museum of Lost Concepts: Disclosure 6-10 · Museum of lost concepts: Disclosure 1-5 · De onvolkomenheden der volmaakte poëzie · Unter · Phrases no. 3 · Phrases no. 117

Everything Has Already Been Written: Moscow Conceptualist Poetry and Performance by Gerald Janecek

In this book, Gerald Janecek provides a comprehensive account of Moscow Conceptualist poetry and performance, arguably the most important development in the arts of the late Soviet period and yet one underappreciated in the West.

Such innovative poets as Vsevolod Nekrasov, Lev Rubinstein, and Dmitry Prigov are among the most prominent literary figures of Russia in the 1980s and 1990s, yet they are virtually unknown outside Russia. The same is true of the numerous active Russian performance art groups, especially the pioneering Collective Actions group, led by the brilliantly inventive Andrey Monastyrsky.

Everything Has Already Been Written strives to make Moscow Conceptualism more accessible, to break the language barrier and to foster understanding among an international readership by thoroughly discussing a broad range of specific works and theories. Janecek’s study is the first comprehensive analysis of Moscow Conceptualist poetry and theory, vital for an understanding of Russian culture in the post-Conceptualist era.

Gerald Janecek is professor emeritus of Russian and Eastern Studies at the University of Kentucky. He is the author of The Look of Russian Literature: Avant-Garde Visual Experiments, 1900-1930; ZAUM: The Transrational Poetry of Russian Futurism; and Sight and Sound Entwined: Studies of the New Russian Poetry.

Gerald Janecek (Author)
Everything Has Already Been Written
Moscow Conceptualist Poetry and Performance
Paper Text – $39.95
ISBN 978-0-8101-3901-5
Cloth Text – $120.00
ISBN 978-0-8101-3902-2
Publication Date: December 2018
Series: Studies in Russian Literature and Theory
Literature & Criticism
Russia Drama & Performance Studies
Page Count 312 pages
Northwestern University Press

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Museum of Lost Concepts: Disclosure 21-25

Museum of Lost Concepts

Disclosure 21-25  (1968-2008)

 © Monica Richter

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Museum of Lost Concepts: Disclosure 16-20

Museum of Lost Concepts

Disclosure 16-20

(1968-2008)

jef van kempen © fleursdumal.nl magazine

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Museum of Lost Concepts: Disclosure 11-15

Museum of Lost Concepts

Disclosure 11-15

(1968-2008)

jef van kempen © kemp=mag poetry magazine

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Museum of Lost Concepts: Disclosure 6-10

Museum of Lost Concepts

Disclosure 6-10

(1968-2008)

jef van kempen © kemp=mag poetry magazine 2008

 

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Museum of lost concepts: Disclosure 1-5

Museum of lost concepts

 

 

 

 Disclosure 1 – 5

 visual & concrete poetry 1968-2008

 jef van kempen© fleursdumal.nl magazine

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De onvolkomenheden der volmaakte poëzie

 

de onvolkomenheden

der volmaakte

p o ë z i e

  

from: the book of invisible poetry by jef van kempen

KEMP=MAG POETRY MAGAZINE

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Unter

 

 

unter

 

 

oben

 

 

 c  o n c e p t u a l   w r i t i n g

monica richter 1988

visual & concrete poetry

 kemp=mag – kempis poetry magazine

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Phrases no. 3

 

Phrases no. 3

jef van kempen
concrete & visual poetry
kempis poetry magazine

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Phrases no. 117

 

Phrases from The book of invisible poetry

© jef van kempen

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