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Elizabeth Peyton

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ISBN : 9780847858552
Genre : Art
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This beautiful volume focuses on a five-year period in Elizabeth Peyton's evolving career to suggest not only a visual chronicle of an age, its heroes, heroines, and interests, but also of an individual's life--that of Peyton herself. Elizabeth Peyton's work has been renowned since the early 1990s, when she began exhibiting her paintings and drawings of artists, musicians, historical figures, and friends. This new volume, prepared by the artist in collaboration with designer Brendan Dugan, founder of Karma bookstore and gallery, presents a concentrated view of a period bookended by two exhibitions in Brussels, one in 2009 and the second in 2014, a time of introspection, and the development of a more personal painterly language. This phase of Peyton's work is about a new realism and a considered situating of her interests and passions in relation to her own working practice. We see her range expand to take in lush still lifes composed of books, flowers, and fragmentary interiors; expressive, blooddrenched scenes drawn from Richard Wagner's operas; and many magnificent and subtle portraits of peers and mentors, historical or present-day. From David Bowie to celebrated tenor Jonas Kaufmann; from Delacroix and Giorgione to Peyton's artist peers such as Matthew Barney and Klara Liden; from Friday Night Lights actor Taylor Kitsch to tattoo artist Scott Campbell, as well as numerous self-portraits, her work is about narrowing the distance between the self and the object of fascination. "They are people expressing what it is to be human. Most art that's any good is trying to do that--trying to put a voice to feeling. And in particular, the feeling of their time," writes Peyton.

Elizabeth Peyton

Author : Elizabeth Peyton
ISBN : UOM:39015063682812
Genre : Art
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A richly illustrated overview of the work of one of America's most notable young artists explores her remarkable and stylish portraits of friends, historical figures, and music celebrities, as well as the inspiration for her paintings, her artistic evolution over the course of a decade, and her work in a variety of media.

The Artist S House

Author : Kirsty Bell
ISBN : 3943365301
Genre : Architecture, Domestic
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The artists house is a prism through which to view not only the artistic practice

Difficult Women

Author : David Plante
ISBN : 9781681371498
Genre : Novelists, American
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David Plante's dazzling portraits of three influential women in the literary world, now back in print for the first time in decades. Difficult Women presents portraits of three extraordinary, complicated, and, yes, difficult women, while also raising intriguing and, in their own way, difficult questions about the character and motivations of the keenly and often cruelly observant portraitist himself. The book begins with David Plante's portrait of Jean Rhys in her old age, when the publication of The Wide Sargasso Sea, after years of silence that had made Rhys's great novels of the 1920s and '30s as good as unknown, had at last gained genuine recognition for her. Rhys, however, can hardly be said to be enjoying her new fame. A terminal alcoholic, she curses and staggers and rants like King Lear on the heath in the hotel room that she has made her home, while Plante looks impassively on. Sonia Orwell is his second subject, a suave exploiter and hapless victim of her beauty and social prowess, while the unflappable, brilliant, and impossibly opinionated Germaine Greer sails through the final pages, ever ready to set the world, and any erring companion, right.

Unrepentant Ego

Author : Marla Prather
ISBN : UOM:39015058280432
Genre : Architecture
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A stirring celebration of architectural genius focuses on the new concert hall designed by Frank Gehry, creator of the world-famous Guggenheim Museum at Bilbao, detailing the design and construction of the shapely titanium-wrapped structure that will eventually house the Los Angeles Philharmonic. 15,000 first printing.

The Fearless Benjamin Lay

Author : Marcus Rediker
ISBN : 9780807035924
Genre : History
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Early Life -- "A Man of Strife & Contention" -- Philadelphia's "Men of Renown" -- How Slave-Keepers became Apostates -- Books and a New Life -- Death, Memory, Impact

Live Forever Elizabeth Peyton

Author : Laura Hoptman
ISBN : 0714861200
Genre : Art
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American artist Elizabeth Peyton has been credited with breathing new life into the ancient art of portraiture. Her highly stylized, idealized oil paintings, drawings, and watercolors are driven by the emotional, adoring eye of an unrequited lover. Willowy, melancholy young men and women contemporary pop stars, royalty, artists, and friends are the magnetic subjects of her devotion. Caught as if in a state of ambiguous absorption and frozen at the height of their youth, they embody a new kind of portraiture that confirms and updates the immortalizing aura of the traditional genre. Peyton's melding of influences and obsessions ranges widely: from fandom and fashion illustration to academic anatomical studies; from David Hockney and Andy Warhol to a range of Mannerist and Old Master classics; from innocence to the world of bohemia, equally crediting photography and life drawing as its driving forces. Her enamored yet refreshingly informal light wash technique underscores her uniquely delicate, informed hybrid of high and low culture, a statement executed with infectious, seemingly effortless fluidity. Published in conjunction with the artist's major solo exhibition at the New Museum in New York, which will travel to the Whitechapel in London, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, and the Bonnefantenmuseum in Maastricht.

Katherine Bernhardt

Author : Dan Nadel
ISBN : 0998523216
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Bernhardt paints a brightly hued portrait of the glorious jumble of contemporary life This is the first book to provide a comprehensive overview of Katherine Bernhardt’s wildly popular pattern paintings. Spanning 2013 through 2016, it collects over 100 of her brightly colored canvases. Well known for paintings of super models ripped from glossy fashion magazines and, more recently, Morrocan rug motifs, in 2013 Bernhardt dropped all direct quotation and now paints straight from her imagination, mining her own fertile reservoir of experience, imagery and sensation. Since then, Bernhardt has produced paintings that mix an assortment of objects reflecting her daily experiences, from life in New York to her love of Puerto Rico, her Saint Louis roots and family life. The objects are painted with incredible verve and tenacity, and include a jumble of the following items on colorfully activated grounds: watermelon slices, boom boxes, computers, pizza slices, cassette tapes, hamburgers, basketballs, old cell phones, airplanes, fruit, sharks, water, sea turtles, cigarettes, sharpies and keyboards. Bernhardt presents a slightly delirious feeling of New York City, the out-of-date and the up-to-the-minute all in one. Katherine Bernhardt was born in Saint Louis in 1975 and currently lives in New York. She received her MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York and her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her first solo museum exhibition will be at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis in January 2017, followed by The Modern, Fort Worth, in April 2017.

In The Shadow Of The Sun

Author : Anne Sibley O'Brien
ISBN : 9780545905763
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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North Korea is known as the most repressive country on Earth, with a dictatorial leader, a starving population, and harsh punishment for rebellion. Not the best place for a family vacation. Yet that's exactly where Mia Andrews finds herself, on a tour with her aid-worker father and fractious older brother, Simon. Mia was adopted from South Korea as a baby, and the trip raises tough questions about where she really belongs. Then her dad is arrested for spying, just as forbidden photographs of North Korean slave-labor camps fall into Mia's hands. The only way to save Dad: get the pictures out of the country. Thus Mia and Simon set off on a harrowing journey to the border, without food, money, or shelter, in a land where anyone who sees them might turn them in, and getting caught could mean prison -- or worse. An exciting adventure that offers a rare glimpse into a compelling, complicated nation, In the Shadow of the Sun is an unforgettable novel of courage and survival.

The Dark North

Author : Martin Dunelind
ISBN : 9781506704678
Genre : Art, Scandinavian
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"This is the first volume of The Dark North anthology. In this book you will find five new and unique stories by some of Scandinavia's premier illustrators and concept artists. Ranging from a new take on classic Norse mythology to war-torn apocalyptic science fiction, The Dark North is a must for any fan of fantastic art and stories"--Back cover.

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