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Nairy Baghramian Phyllida Barlow

Author : Nairy Baghramian
ISBN : 3865608396
Genre : Installations (Art)
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The sculptors Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow are shown together for the first time at the Serpentine Gallery, in an exhibition exploring two positions on sculpture in the 21st century. The exhibition offers a new perspective on these two artists, who, though strikingly different in their approach, each examine questions related to the context in which their works are shown, while addressing the art-historical debate on the politics of form. Nairy Baghramian is a Berlin-based artist known for her sculptural installations and photographs. Her complex work encompasses questions of context, institutional framing and the production and reception of contemporary art. Key to Baghramian's work is how theoretical concepts, drawn from art historical debates around Minimalism, literature and design history, are translated into specific decisions about materiality, manufacture and display. Phyllida Barlow is a pioneering English artist. Her sculptural installations are characterised by their large scale, often made quickly in the same place that they are to be shown and with materials that are subsequently recycled for future use. Their rough appearance conveys the urgency with which they are produced. Published on the occasion of the exhibition at Serpentine Gallery, London, 8 May - 13 June 2010.

Nairy Baghramian

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The Walker S Day Off

Author : Nairy Baghramian
ISBN : UCSC:32106019868436
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This catalogue of recent work by the rigorous Iranian-born, Berlin-based conceptualist Nairy Baghramian was produced on the occasion of her spring 2008 solo museum show in Baden-Baden, Germany. According to essayist Karola Grässlin, "In addition to art-historical and literary issues, her works interrogate political and social systems of power."

Nairy Baghramian

Author : André Rottmann
ISBN : 3868283447
Genre : Art
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Carlo Mollino

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ISBN : 3863350200
Genre : Design
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Maniera Moderna is dedicated to the multi-faceted work of the Italian architect, designer and photographer Carlo Mollino (19051973). His surrealist roots are evident in the black and white photography and interiors of the 1930s, right through to his later work in the elegant Teatro Regio and his highly staged erotic Polaroids. However, he was also inspired to create the most individual of designs by the Futurism of Gaudí, Niemeyer and Le Corbusier. His extravagant furniture, which he produced in limited numbers or as unique pieces, is still extremely sought after. It is an expression of the designers extraordinary flights of fancy: chairs can look like deer, the ribs of a table like the human spinal column, backrests like skis. This monograph is divided into six chapters: choreography, montage, publications, display, appropriations and techniques, which impressively highlight the correspondences within Mollinos wide-ranging and heterogeneous oeuvre.

Nairy Baghramian Kate Davis

Author : Adam Szymczyk
ISBN : OCLC:180726916
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Odradek

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ISBN : 9177041445
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"In his short story The Cares of a Family Man, first published in 1919, Franz Kafka introduces Odradek as a deliberately undefined protagonist...Odradek, an exhibition at Malmö Konsthall, invites eight artists whose works similarly transgress the fixed dualities between subject and object, and who tend to include the viewers in processes characterized by attention, care, and participation. The exhibition aims at making links and weaving affinities between the practices of these artists from various backgrounds and generations: Nairy Baghramian (b. 1971, Iran), Katinka Bock (b. 1976, Germany), Henri Jacobs (b. 1957, the Netherlands), Laura Lamiel (b. 1948, France), Judith Scott (b. 1943, d. 2005, USA), Hassan Sharif (b. 1951, d. 2016, Dubai, the Emirates), Oscar Tuazon (b. 1975, USA) and Franz Erhard Walther (b. 1939, Germany)." -- Press release

Looking Is Political

Author : Nairy Baghraiman
ISBN : 8299732662
Genre : Art, Norwegian
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Bidoun

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133533716
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Contemporary Art Biennials In Europe

Author : Nicolas Whybrow
ISBN : 9781350166981
Genre : Art
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Through its examination of five quite different art events in cities across Europe, Contemporary Art Biennials in Europe offers a compelling exploration of how public art takes place in the modern city. Roughly tracing a central horizontal trajectory from the western to the eastern edges of the continent, Nicolas Whybrow considers the Folkestone Triennial in the UK, Sculpture Projects Münster in Germany, the Venice Biennale in Italy, Belgrade's Mikser Festival in Serbia and the Istanbul Biennial in Turkey. Writing within the context of a thirty-year international 'biennial boom', Whybrow interrogates the extent to which biennial events and their artworks seek to engage with the socio-cultural and political complexity of cities, in particular the work that is involved in this relationship. With its focus on Europe, he also tells a composite story of continental difference at a moment of high tension, centering on issues of migration, political populism and uncertainty around the future form of the European Union.

Art On Sight The Best Art Walks In And Near New York City

Author : Lucy D. Rosenfeld
ISBN : 9780881509960
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The complete art-lovers guide to all the known and unknown art in New York City. Art on Sight: The Best Outings In and Near New York City invites readers to see public art in a wide variety of venues and applications. Covering the five boroughs of New York City and nearby sites close to the city, it features information on sculpture gardens, lobby art, underground art, cemetery art, stained glass windows, ethnic art, art auction houses and design centers. Each site description includes complete directions, web sites and information concerning hours, fees and other pertinent details.

John Knight

Author : Anne Rorimer
ISBN : 9780262026888
Genre : Art
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For more than four decades, the elusive but influential Los Angeles-based artist John Knight has developed a practice of site specificity that tests both architectural and ideological boundaries of the museum, gallery, and public sphere. Knight's works defy notions of stylistic coherence, even, at times, of instant recognizability. Grounded in a sustained method of inhabiting the material, discursive and economic conditions of varied sites, his works systematically challenge notions of object, sign, context, authorship, and value, and they confront audiences not only with mailers, posters, and journals but also with carpenter levels, commemorative plates, deck chairs, bicycle bells, flower arrangements, and credit cards. This volume offers essays and interviews that trace the critical thinking on Knight, discussing the artist's trajectory from 1969 to 2011. These texts, by such prominent figures as Benjamin H. D. Buchloh, Anne Rorimer, Alexander Alberro, and Birgit Pelzer, offer close readings of Knight's pivotal projects in situ while also considering them in terms of such art-historical paradigms as the readymade, the anti-aesthetic, institutional critique, and the relationship between art and design as well as corporate culture at large. The book provides the first collection of these often hard-to-find texts on Knight and will serve as an essential guide for further consideration of his oeuvre.

Flash Art

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Begriffe Des Ausstellens

Author : Petra Reichensperger
ISBN : UCSD:31822041276999
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This publication explores themes of the exhibition through its terms--not, however, to confine into isolated conceptual categories, but to interconnect. These terms characterize exhibiting and emphasize a "between-ness." Examining a term lays bare its ruptures, shifts, or recreations, as well as social, societal, and cultural changes that have the power to structure through historical conjecture. Almost fifty terms relevant to the making and discussion of exhibitions today have been compiled in Terms of Exhibiting (from A to Z), contributed by Liam Gillick, Manfred Hermes, Wojciech Kosma, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Tobias Vogt, Jochen Volz, and June Yap, among others. Six essays investigate key terms raised by the three-part exhibition series "Terms of Exhibiting, Producing, and Performing" at Kunsthaus Dresden in 2012. Jan Verwoert reflects on the division of labor in artistic production, while Anke te Heesen presents a survey of the museum, collection, and exhibition. Markus Miessen discusses the advantages of curating institutions and inventing structures rather than merely implementing or appropriating them. The book also includes essays by Kirsten Maar, Ursula Panhans-Bühler, and Lee Weng-Choy. Each of the twelve conversations with various artists places one term under scrutiny within the context of their own artistic interests and practices--with reference to the term presence, Daniel Knorr explains the significance of materialization for his own creative process, while Brian O'Doherty discusses invention in relation to his practice. Each term generates further insight and reflection into each individual art practice. Contributors Anke te Heesen, Kirsten Maar, Markus Miessen, Ursula Panhans-Bühler, Jan Verwoert, Choy Lee Weng; interviews by Dóra Maurer/ Cassandra Edlefsen Lasch, Channa Horwitz/Petra Reichensperger, Yael Davids/Adam Szymczyk, Brian O'Doherty/Dominikus Müller, Carl Michael von Hausswolff/Thibaut de Ruyter, Karl Holmqvist/Dominikus Müller, Daniel Knorr/Katharina Groth, Jaroslaw Kozlowski/Petra Stegmann, Hans Schabus/Kathrin Rhomberg, Steven Claydon/Lea Schleiffenbaum, Karin Sander/Anne Schreiber, Martin Germann/Petra Reichensperger/Renate Wagner Including glossaries written by Friedrich von Borries, Hans-Christian Dany, Stefanie Diekmann, Anna-Catharina Gebbers, Liam Gillick, Manfred Hermes, Ulrike Jordan, Vera Knolle, Wojciech Kosma, Verena Kuni, Pablo Larios, Oona Lochner, Fiona McGovern, Andrea Meyer, Ana Ofak, Christian Rattemeyer, Petra Reichensperger, Dietmar Rübel, Thibaut de Ruyter, Jörn Schafaff, Lea Schleiffenbaum, Anne Schreiber, Nora Sdun, Vera Tollmann, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Tobias Vogt, Jochen Volz, Renate Wagner, Friederike Wappler, June Yap

Artus

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Sculpture Projects Muenster 07

Author : Westfälisches Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Münster
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Been to enough biennials? Skulptur Projekte Münster only happens every 10 years. This, its fourth iteration (following 1977, 1987 and 1997), invites artists from all over the world--many of whom are returning to the city and the event--to create new site-specific works. Thus Michael Asher brings back his trailer and parks in sites he first sussed out in 1977, continuing to explore the conflicts between rigid form and mobile space, and to document the dramatic transformation of the urban environment over four decades. Guy Ben-Ner equips bicycles with screens and places them around the city; by pedaling, participants control the speed and direction of a film of the artist doing the same. Guillaume Bijl mocks up an archaeological site 25 feet square and 18 feet deep, whose steep walls imitate layers of soil. Visitors climb a grassy hill to peer into the pit from a balustrade; in the pit, a 14-foot, shingle-roofed spire topped by a weathercock preens. This extensive book inspired by and documenting the festival opens on 35 sections between 4 and 16 pages long, each designed by the artist and illuminating his or her work in text and images. Its second half comes in the form of a glossary of more than 100 key concepts linked to the subject of art in public spaces; artists, art historians, philosophers, urbanists, architects, sociologists and other writers weighing in with definitions from their respective disciplinary perspectives. Participants include Francis Alÿs, Isa Genzken, Mike Kelley, Rosemarie Trockel, Bruce Nauman, Martha Rosler and Pae White.

Sculpture Unlimited

Author : Eva Grubinger
ISBN : UCSD:31822039394051
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This reader, based on a symposium at the Department of Sculpture, Transmedial Space, University of Art and Design, Linz, poses profound questions about contemporary sculpture.

Enrico David Kate Davis Julian G?the Diango Hern?ndez Piotr Janas Alina Szapocznikow

Author : Ralph Ubl
ISBN : UCSD:31822035226521
Genre : Art
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Canvases And Careers Today

Author : Daniel Birnbaum
ISBN : PSU:000067125548
Genre : Art
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Canvases and Careers Today brings together contributions from the eponymous conference organized by the Institut f r Kunstkritik, Frankfurt am Main. Its goal is to provide deeper insights and more complexity to current debates on the relationship between criticism, art, and the market. "It was especially interesting for us to watch a kind of transatlantic divide happening. While the US-American participants mostly declared criticism as obsolete while hoping for turning its weakness into a strength, most European participants departed from the opposite diagnosis: that criticism has never been as strong as it is today, since it is now part of a knowledge-based economy."--Isabelle Graw/Daniel Birnbaum Contributors George Baker, Johanna Burton, Merlin Carpenter, Melanie Gilligan, Isabelle Graw, Tom Holert, Branden W. Joseph, John Kelsey, Andr Rottmann, Julia Voss Institut f r Kunstkritik Series

Art Basel

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