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Art After Midnight: The East Village Scene

Adventures in Journalism, no. 9

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"The outrageous energy of the participants and their subsequent notoriety will carry the reader through this uncritical, discursive pop history that begins with CBGB's and its development as the premier club for punk rock... The author then covers various groupings that were to make Manhattan's East Village and neo-expressionism buzzwords of the '80s: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kenny Scharf and Keith Haring receive extensive coverage, as well as performance artists like Ann Magnuson and "personalities" such as Patti Astor. The book culminates with the explosion of galleries in the East Village and its impact on the New York art marketplace."
(Publisher Weekly, Copyright July 1986)

From Publishers Weekly

01 January 1986 – The outrageous energy of the participants and their subsequent notoriety will carry the reader through this uncritical, discursive pop history of what Hager calls the "Global East Village.'' He begins with CBGB's and its development as the premier club for punk rock and the nihilistic youth culture of its audience. The author then covers various groupings that were to make Manhattan's East Village and neoexpressionism buzzwords of the '80s: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kenny Scharf and Keith Haring receive extensive coverage, as well as performance artists like Ann Magnuson and ``personalities'' such as Patti Astor. The book culminates with the explosion of galleries in the East Village and its impact on the New York art marketplace. Hager's treatment is unremarkable but, as always, the East Village provides its own momentum. (July
Art After Midnight: The East Village Scene
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  • Category: Art & Architecture
  • Published: 27 January 2012
  • Publisher: Steven Hager
  • Print Length: 148 Pages
  • Language: English
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