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Wyver, John Vision On - Film, Television, and the Arts in Britain
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John Wyver

Vision On - Film, Television, and the Arts in Britain

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Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Acknowledgements xi
List of Illustrations xiii
Preface xv
INTRODUCTION 1
Lord Clark and me
1
Take three histories
3
Things to come
6
CHAPTER 1 `A MEANS TO RAISE THE PUBLIC TASTE`: BRITISH TELEVISION AND THE ARTS 1951-82 10
A pre-history for the arts on film
11
Early arts on screen in Britain
13
`A specifically British modernism`: the films of John Read
17
Graham Sutherland
20
`What the public wants`: ITV arrives
23
The first magazine: Monitor
27
Ken Russell: the biggest director in the world
28
Tempo: `a swinging Monitor`
31
BBC2`s new line-up
33
The age of Aquarius
36
The golden years of Omnibus
38
One Foot in Eden
40
Arts from the south bank
43
CHAPTER 2 `A CRISIS OF CONFIDENCE`: ARTS TELEVISION INTO THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY 47
What`s this Channel Four?
49
`Here were riches`: Channel 4`s first five years
51
Shadows from Light
56
Their way: Arena
57
Art as the new politics: The Late Show
60
Art is dead: Michael Grade`s Channel 4
65
Dance for the Camera
68
`The arts programme is not dead`: the BBC in the 1990`s
71
A Portrait of Arshile
76
The multi-channel new world
78
Dumb and dumber?
80
Arts and broadcasting at the millennium
83
`Everybody needs a place to think`: BBC Four
87
CHAPTER 3 `THE ODD COUPLE?`: THE ARTS COUNCIL AND TELEVISION 91
State patronage creeps in
91
`An emphatic success`: the art film tours
93
Artists Must Live
94
First films from the Arts Council and the BFI
96
The Stained Glass at Fairford
97
A guardian angel for the arts
101
Richard Hamilton
103
The Attenborough Enquiry
106
The best of times
107
Dread Beat and Blood
112
Channel 4 changes the rules
113
Picturing Derry
116
Identity and diversity
119
Television times
122
Sound on Film
126
A new era
128
Two Melons and a Stinking Fish
131
Endgame: the Lottery and a legacy
133
CHAPTER 5 MAINSTREAM APPROACHES AND ALTERNATIVE FORMS 137
Tell and show
138
The lecture: a television (and radio) tradition
140
Beaubourg: Four Films by Denis Postle
142
Lanternists, lecturers and connoisseurs
143
John Berger strikes back: Ways of Seeing
147
A Sign Is a Fine Investment
149
Encountering the real thing
150
Tom Phillips
152
Edward Hopper
155
The drama of artists` lives
155
Animated Artists` Lives
158
Artists and filmmakers
160
Frantz Fanon: Black Skin White Mask
162
Alternative lives from the Arts Council
163
The Third Front
163
Extending the forms
165
Stones and Flies: Richard Long in the Sahara
168
Artists and collaborations
169
Expanding pictures
171
`Make it new`: State of the Art
173
Correction, Please or How We Got into Pictures
175
The Brothers Quay: Anamorphosis
176
Frida Kahlo & Tina Modotti
178
Memory and Outrage
180
Dramatic screens
181
The look of surprise: the films of John Akomfrah
183
The Impersonation
184
O Blue come forth
185
Last notes from abroad
186
CHAPTER 5 FUTURE VISION 188
The continuing life of linear forms
190
Make Me Think: Bruce Nauman
192
Doing it digitally
193
So what`s next?
196
Last words
199
Notes 202
Bibliography 207
Index 216
Extra informatie: 
Paperback / softback
224 pagina's
Januari 2007
431 gram
235 x 159 x 13 mm
Wallflower Press gb


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