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Frieze , no . 95 ( NovemberDecember 2005 ) : 146 . Hackworth , Nick . " Puddles ,
Plants and One Small Joy . ” Evening Standard ( London ) , November 6 , 2001 ,
p . 45 . Hainley , Bruce . " Openings : Paul Sietsema . " Artforum International 37 ...
2007. 'Art of the Possible: Fulvia Carnevale and John Kelsey in Conversation
with Jacques Rancière'. Artforum International 45.7, March 2007. Chan, Paul.
2007. 'Fearless Symmetry'. Artforum International 45.7, March 2007. Davis, Oliver
Author: Nic Fryer
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Jacques Rancière has been hugely influential in the field of political philosophy and aesthetics. This edited collection is the first to investigate the points of contact between the work of Rancière and the field of theatre and performance studies. Recent scholarly works in this discipline have drawn upon concepts from Rancière’s writing, from theatrocracy to emancipated spectators, to investigate problems of audience, participation, politics and aesthetics. Before these concepts and critical tools peel away from the works through which they emerged, this book seeks a detailed critical assessment of the works themselves and their implications for theatre and performance studies. The collection examines the critical and analytical interventions that have been made to date and looks forward towards challenges to the future uses of Rancière’s work in performance and theatre studies. It also considers a wide range of performance work, from a performance for the residents of a Victorian workhouse to the activist performances of Liberate Tate. This collection includes work by ten scholars and is an essential resource for researchers and academics working in areas of performance and aesthetics, performance and activism, and performance and philosophy.
Artforum International (New York) 48, no.9 (2010): 109–10. Alberro, Alexander. “
The Fragment and the Flow: Sampling the Work of Renée Green.” In Shadows
and Signals = Sombras y señales. Barcelona: Fundació Antoni Tàpies, 2000.
Author: Renée Green
Publisher: Duke University Press
For more than two decades, the artist Renée Green has created an impressive body of work in which language is an essential element. Green is also a prolific writer and a major voice in the international art world. Other Planes of There gathers for the first time a substantial collection of the work she wrote between 1981 and 2010. The selected essays initially appeared in publications in different countries and languages, making their availability in this volume a boon to those wanting to follow Green's artistic and intellectual trajectory. Charting this cosmopolitan artist’s thinking through the decades, Other Planes of There brings essays, film scripts, reviews, and polemics together with reflections on Green's own artistic practice and seminal artworks. It immerses the reader in three decades of contemporary art showcasing the art and thought, the incisive critiques and prescient observations of one of our foremost artists and intellectuals. Sound, cinema, literature, time-based media, and the relationship between art forms and other forms of knowledge are just a few of the matters that Green takes up and thinks through. Sixty-four pages of color plates were selected by the artist for this lavishly illustrated volume.
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46 . Basualdo , Carlos . “ Head to Toe : Francis Alys's Paths of Resistance . ” Artforum International 37 , no . 8 ( 1999 ) : 104-7 . Bourdieu , Pierre . “ Selections
Author: Helen Anne Molesworth
Publisher: Penn State Press
Examines the proliferation of new ways of making "art" in the 1960s by focusing on the changed organization of work in society at the time. Co-published with The Baltimore Museum of Art in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name.
Artforum International , January 1991 , p . 132 . Bloomfield , Arthur . “ Lobdell's
Canvases Appear Haunted . ” San Francisco News - Call Bulletin , January 23 ,
1960 , p . 13TV . - “ Lobdell - Brute Power and Traumatic Sweep . ” San Francisco
Author: Frank Lobdell
Publisher: Hudson Hills
The first comprehensive overview of Frank Lobdell's paintings, drawings, prints, and sketchbooks, and his long career as artist and teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Today, we know Yves Klein not only as one of the most radical artists of the postwar period, but also as an iconic role model for contemporary practices—he reinvented abstract painting, conceived new horizons for performance art, and was ...
Author: Nuit Banai
Publisher: Reaktion Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Denounced as a charlatan and fêted as a mystic, French artist Yves Klein (1928–62) scandalized the art world with his enthusiastic embrace of postwar mass culture and his exploitation of controversial publicity tactics. Today, we know Yves Klein not only as one of the most radical artists of the postwar period, but also as an iconic role model for contemporary practices—he reinvented abstract painting, conceived new horizons for performance art, and was a trailblazer in the realm of land, body, and conceptual art. In this new critical biography, Nuit Banai examines the relationship between Klein’s brief life and his wide repertoire of artistic practices. While surveying the artist’s life, Banai establishes that Klein’s brilliance was, above all, performative, revealing that he created and inhabited myriad public identities: bourgeois, judo expert, painter, avant-garde artist, collaborator, politician, fascist, and showman, among others. With each persona, Banai shows, Klein invented new ways to communicate his paradoxical message of spiritual enlightenment and Dada iconoclasm to a rapt and unsuspecting audience. Illuminating the many facets of Klein’s influential artistic career, Yves Klein is an invaluable introduction to the inventor of the inimitable International Klein Blue.
Built around hundreds of hours spent in galleries, artists’ studios and on the road from Brisbane to Detroit to Venice, this is a deeply personal journey through the contemporary New Zealand art world.
Author: Anthony Byrt
Publisher: Auckland University Press
In April 2011, Anthony Byrt was living in Berlin and building a career as a critic, writing about contemporary art for magazines like frieze and Artforum International. Then one day his world turned upside down. A baby boy, two weeks in intensive care, and Byrt, his wife and new-born son suddenly found themselves booked on a one-way trip home to New Zealand. This Model World is a portrait of what Byrt found when he came back. Built around hundreds of hours spent in galleries, artists’ studios and on the road from Brisbane to Detroit to Venice, this is a deeply personal journey through the contemporary New Zealand art world. It’s a book about major figures like Yvonne Todd, Shane Cotton, Billy Apple, Peter Robinson, Judy Millar and Simon Denny, and emerging artists such as Luke Willis Thompson, Shannon Te Ao and Ruth Buchanan. It’s about severed heads and failed cities; about hot young things and old men with a final point to prove; about looking for God and finding Edward Snowden; and it’s about what it means to investigate the boundary where our bodies hit the world.
New work by the Spanish sculptor and installation artist known for her large-scale systems of enclosed passageways made from interconnected and organic-feeling metal lattices.
Author: Angela Bulloch
Publisher: Walther Konig
New work by the Spanish sculptor and installation artist known for her large-scale systems of enclosed passageways made from interconnected and organic-feeling metal lattices. Represented in New York by Marion Goodman Gallery, Iglesias has had one-person shows at such major international venues as the Guggenheim Museum, New York.
With The Little Cold Book -- and plenty of fluids, of course -- your sniffly friend will feel better in no time!
Author: Justin Spring
Publisher: Quirk Books
Category: Health & Fitness
Tired of spending $5 on cheesy get well cards? Too lazy to make chicken soup? The Little Cold Book is the perfect gift for anyone feeling under the weather -- and it's guaranteed to keep readers amused and entertained for the duration of an average cold. In concise and humorous chapters, The Little Cold Book explores: - the science of colds - the amazing health benefits of chocolate - time-tested home remedies - great movies to watch when you're sick and plenty of other topics bound to amuse anyone feeling ill. With The Little Cold Book -- and plenty of fluids, of course -- your sniffly friend will feel better in no time!
This book introduces as his subjects artists, architects, fashion designers, scenes from the world of museums and art, as well as a series of John and Yoko (John Lennon and Yoko Ono).
Author: Eran Shakine
Publisher: Hirmer Verlag
Eran Shakine works in various media: painting, drawing, sculpture and installation with public space. This book includes chapters for artists, architects, fashion designers, as well as scenes from the museum and art world and a series of John and Yoko (John Lennon and Yoko Ono).
The work of art's mattering and materialization in a globalized world, with close readings of works by Takahashi Murakami, Andreas Gursky, Thomas Hirschhorn, and others.
Author: Pamela M. Lee
Publisher: MIT Press
It may be time to forget the art world--or at least to recognize that a certain historical notion of the art world is in eclipse. Today, the art world spins on its axis so quickly that its maps can no longer be read; its borders blur. In Forgetting the Art World, Pamela Lee connects the current state of this world to globalization and its attendant controversies. Contemporary art has responded to globalization with images of movement and migration, borders and multitudes, but Lee looks beyond iconography to view globalization as a world process. Rather than think about the "global art world" as a socioeconomic phenomenon, or in terms of the imagery it stages and sponsors, Lee considers "the work of art's world" as a medium through which globalization takes place. She argues that the work of art is itself both object and agent of globalization. Lee explores the ways that art actualizes, iterates, or enables the processes of globalization, offering close readings of works by artists who have come to prominence in the last two decades. She examines the "just in time" managerial ethos of Takahashi Murakami; the production of ethereal spaces in Andreas Gursky's images of contemporary markets and manufacture; the logic of immanent cause dramatized in Thomas Hirschhorn's mixed-media displays; and the "pseudo-collectivism" in the contemporary practice of the Atlas Group, the Raqs Media Collective, and others. To speak of "the work of art's world," Lee says, is to point to both the work of art's mattering and its materialization, to understand the activity performed by the object as utterly continuous with the world it at once inhabits and creates.