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the decade from 1960 to 1969


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Fontana was regarded as one of the many talented artists to come out of Manchester during the '60s beat boom.
He doesn't feel like one partly because he was a first child, and, for late boomers, the '60s were something that happened to their older siblings.
Yet despite the striking aesthetic differences--so much recent video seems all too eager to please, in compliance with the codes of spectacle culture--Khalfin and Tikhonova's work recalls the groundbreaking work of seminal video artists of the '60s and '70s like Bruce Nauman and Chris Burden in its concern to test the body's limits.
The collection of Expo memorabilia among models, drawings and photographs of the last of the great World's Fairs recalls the optimism of Montreal in the '60s. There are views of Buckminster Fuller's geodesic dome, Frei Otto's tents and Basil Spence's fortress-like pavilion taken from the monorail which transported people around the Expo island site.
NN: The politics of the '50s was different from the politics of the '60s. Whereas in the '50s you had the factor of fear, and in the '60s, you had the factor of rage.
Lattin maintains that the '60s led many to move beyond the "thou shalt nots" of Christianity, Judaism and Islam, while still embracing the religious wisdom and insights provided through these religions.
Reagan emerged politically as a reaction to the '60s. His first political role was that of a stern father figure who put his foot down over the excesses at Berkeley.
WORCESTER - "If you remember the '60s, you weren't there," funny guy Robin Williams once quipped.
Compared with the upheaval and white-hot transformation of the '60s, the decade Garry Marshall built always seemed petty, small, ridiculous.
One wall provided a backdrop for three embroidery reproductions of famous fashion photos from the '60s and '70s; on the opposite wall four scarves by designers from the '50s and '60s served as supports for more embroidery work.
The need for finer automatic adjustment became critical with the advent of thin OPP sheet in the '60s. As sheet got thinner, gauge errors were magnified in importance.
The '60s Cafe will run from 2pm to 4pm in the tea-room.
Rushdy begins his argument with a master text of the '60s, William Styron's Confessions of Nat Turner, which, along with Elkins's ideas regarding the interdependence of slavery and personality formation, triggered great controversy.
doctrine or dogma" In particular, when there has been a "seizure of enormous power by radical ideas and attitudes over the institutions controlled by intellectuals," as occurred in the '60s, feuding is practically a moral responsibility.
Dow and DuPont both had developmental OPP film programs in the '60s, but dropped them.