Explores the ways in which performance plays a part in our daily experiences. This highly illustrated publication, arranged in thematic chapters, presents biographical information, photographic documentation and comment, on works of art that address the nature of performance in the everyday.
Thames and Hudson, London, 2005, 208 pages, 329 illustrations, 278 in colour, 21.3 cm x 19.6 cm.
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