TITLE

La double histoire des artistes de l'École de Tunis Ressources et stratégies de domination des élites tunisiennes entre colonisation et État-Nation

AUTHOR(S)
Hamdi, UNAINA
PUB. DATE
July 2011
SOURCE
Sociologie de l' Art;Jul2012, Issue 18, p145
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The objective of this research is to understand how during a century long of practice of modern art in Tunisia only the history of artists from the "Ecole de Tunis" are known. However when looking through several first hand documents, even those that were neglected, and by linking several events a parallel history arises. Thus the world of art is surely not on knows. How can one explain the success of this group of painters and the repression of post-colonial dynamic artistic that was on the rise? How could such a comprise be obtained and the prefect social efficiency be baised on persuasion. The theory of management, the sociology of small groups and the sociohistory allowed me to understand the social action of this group. This action is the results of coalition and exclusion strategies that allowed this group form "Ecole de Tunis" to monopolise the world of art until the eighty's. If the conventional history contradicts what really happened, nevertheless it had a perfect social efficiency because together all the actors, even those in opposition, adhere to it by believing in it. Consequently even they have contributed to the belief of the ideas received.
ACCESSION #
84404429

 

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