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Preface by David Schwartz. Introduction by Rudolf Zwirner. LeWitt x 2 offers a unique perspective on the work of renowned Minimalist and Conceptualist Sol LeWitt, documenting the arc of his career alongside his personal collection of contemporary art. Are you staying or are you going? An international array of artists including Isamu Noguchi, Jenny Holzer and Vito Acconci have been using the garden as klnn vehicle for commentary on social and political issues, in both public and private realms.
LeWitt x 2 Introduction by Stephen Fleischman. Automatic Cities By Robin Clark. Marcel Proust and Photography.
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Narrative Imagination and Everyday Life: Interview by Ivan Mecl. Korean Dansaekhwa painting emerged in the s as a reaction to the academicism of the National Art Exhibition and the country’s rapidly changing social and political landscape. Text leibh Linda Hase, Nina S.
Visions of Excess updates the androgyny, druggy velvet glamour, individualist dandyism and gothic decay of nineteenth-century Decadence for our times.
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Rock, Paper, Scissors brings together artists whose works have kept a close relationship with pop music: Looking at the work of four artists, Mo ve ment focuses on the hand that places a line on paper, that shapes the clay, that moves through space or with a brush across a canvas. Text by Lydia Yee, Anna Colin. This book explores the form of the ziggurat a rectangular stepped structure as a motif in the work of General Idea, the artist collective active between and From Media To Metaphor: Text by Will Bradley, R.
This spectacular exploration of new trends in “fucked-up figuration” is the unconventional exhibition catalogue for Mail Order Monstersthe international traveling show put together by Kathy Grayson of New York’s Deitch Projects. We Need to Talk bursts open the conventions of the bound book, consisting of 10 posters that, folded twice, become 80 single pages.
leigb Para Fictions Edited with text by Natasha Hoare. From some angles, the new China is a country of dreams fulfilled, of glory and pride. Drawing Now Essay by Laura Hoptman. Acknowledgements by Claudia Gould. Installation photography by Bill Diodato. Out of This World brings together a renowned group of international artists whose works deal with celestial marvels and anomalies, merging the earthly and the profane with the sublime. Edited by Christian Malycha. Big Picture Preface by Leifh Ackermann.
China’s brush-and-ink traditions remain vital in contemporary Chinese art; the genre is continually under renewal by successive generations of artists. Painting People Jjared by Charlotte Mullins. It’s no wonder that many an artist has been transfixed by the delicately irresistible, melt-in-your-mouth consistency of chocolate. What will the world of tomorrow be like?
Preface by Markus Heinzelmann.
The attacks of September 11, were among the most pictured disasters in history, yet they remain, a decade later, underrepresented in cultural discourse–particularly within the realm of contemporary art. Edited by Barry Blinderman.
The agency of pedestrianism in the realm of civic creativity has become a major tool for contemporary art, particularly since the 60s. The legendary Italian eyewear company Persol invited 17 young artists to make works that lay bare the creative process.
Foreword by Bill Conger. Interview with Dan Colen and Jeff Koons. Art and the City explores the condition of public art in cities. Artists for Artists Edited by Eric Banks. Some, like the Tasmanian tiger, are considered extinct–yet sightings are still reported.
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Text by Gerhard Graulich, et al. Does art have the potential to stimulate and sustain political participation? Disentangles narratives of Horn from historical sources, his own self-constructions, and descriptions by historians, writers, and filmmakers. Free to Love Introduction by Jesse Pires. Unsettled Landscapespublished for Santa Fe’s inaugural SITElines Biennial, looks at the urgencies, political conditions and historical narratives that inform the work of contemporary artists across the Americas.
Modes of Multiplication Edited by Christoph Keller.