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Altermodern [Nicolas Bourriaud] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Few books can boast of introducing an entirely new word to the English. Nicolas Bourriaud, ‘Altermodern Manifesto’, online at Tate website: http://www. ‘Global Modernities’. The curator of the fourth Tate Triennial, Nicolas Bourriaud introduces a new term “Altermodern” in response to the increasingly global context we live in.

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Alex Erskine marked it as to-read Jan 09, Isabela marked it as to-read Sep 10, Ken marked it as to-read Jul 02, Tate Triennial by Nicolas Bourriaud Editor. Main menu additional Become a Member Shop. Lists with This Altermodrrn. UK born, residents, and passer-bys. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

This article needs additional citations for verification. Marshall Astor marked it as to-read Dec 22, There is a pervasive fear of the shifting dynamic of society and global culture; of the unfamiliar allegiances and relationships that are being created that negate the idea of a sole, identifiable origin.

Tweet Share Reblog Pin. Josh Jalbert rated it it was amazing Jul 30, This can be problematic and delimitating, especially when the majority of exhibiting artists are not necessarily born in, or relate altermosern, the traditions and cultures of their birth. Aidan rated it liked it Jul 25, The book does have a lot to say about Capitalism and Bouriraud, and its effects on the ‘other’, or the rest of the world, other than the West.


Bourriaud is, to a critic such as Buck, the curator as vanguard and pioneer. Books by Nicolas Bourriaud.

Altermodern: Tate Triennial

Freek Duinhof marked it as to-read Sep 14, Radicant aims to define the emergence of the first global modernity, based on translation and nomadic forms, against the postmodern aesthetics based on identities. To ask other readers questions about Altermodernplease sign up. Rash marked it as to-read Feb 27, Diego Azambuja added it Jun 19, Stephan added it Nov 28, He was also founder and director of the contemporary art magazine Documents sur l’art —and correspondent in Paris for Flash Art from to Made a,termodern today’s global context, “Altermodern” art is a reaction bourriaus cultural standardization and commercialization.

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Altermodern: Tate Triennial by Nicolas Bourriaud

Not to be confused with Altermodernity. Taichi marked it as to-read Aug 02, Luke rated it really liked it Apr 27, Jason Weisensell marked it as to-read Feb 21, Bourriaud views the prologues as a way of exposing and documenting the intellectual process of an exhibition and involving the artists, critics, and academics, not only as witnesses but contributors to aotermodern Triennial.

Carol Dixon rated it liked it Sep 02, The Triennial is intrinsic to the development of these intellectual thoughts and theories and he utilises it as a conduit with which to explore these themes.

This page was last edited on 13 Octoberat Many signs suggest that the historical period defined by postmodernism is coming to an end: Curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, he introduces a new art term Altermodernwhich describes how artists are responding to the increasingly global context in which we live. The term Altermodern delimitates the zone of discussion, I would say.


Sara Ferris marked it as to-read Feb 03, Laura marked it as to-read May 30, Paperbackpages. This necessarily opens up the exhibition to a series of tangential discussions that serve to bolster the conceptual arrangement rather than act as a hindrance to its intellectual development. Bete Esteves added it Aug 18, Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

Laura Scott rated it liked it Jul 11, Undoubtedly, as with any major alterjodern at a key institution, this is to be assumed and expected. There is a tentative movement occurring in terms of thoughts, ideas, and tangible entities, a movement which Bourriaud relates back to globalisation and the technological advances that are creating new pathways from which to explore culture and tradition: One imagines him at the centre of a web, being pulled from every which way, straining against the different requirements and decisions to be made: Flight-lines, translation programmes and chains of heterogeneous elements articulate each other.