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Event Horizon Mel Bochner

Event Horizon Mel Bochner
Author: Jeffrey Weiss
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ISBN: 9780974660424
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Event Horizon, Mel Bochner
Language: en
Pages: 1
Authors: Jeffrey Weiss
Categories: Conceptual art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007 - Publisher:
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Event Horizon - Mel Bochner
Language: en
Pages: 16
Authors: Jeffrey Weiss
Categories: Conceptual art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007 - Publisher:
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Mel Bochner
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Jeffrey Weiss
Categories: Conceptual art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007 - Publisher:
Books about Mel Bochner
Mel Bochner
Language: en
Pages: 133
Authors: Norman L. Kleeblatt, Mel Bochner, Jewish Museum (New York, N.Y.)
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-01-01 - Publisher: Yale University Press
An engaging exploration of the use of language in a complex and colorful series of paintings Mel Bochner (b. 1940) is celebrated as a key Conceptual artist of the 1960s. Less well-known are his paintings made after that period: complex works based on an exploration of language, often crowded with typography in lush, contrasting hues that both embrace and challenge the painterly tradition. Mel Bochner: Strong Language focuses on this important body of work, in which Bochner investigates the lines between text and image. Ranging from bold admonishments and witty emoticons to provocative floods of words, these works demonstrate conceptual seriousness, as well as delight in the playful potential of language. Norman L. Kleeblatt discusses the evolution of Bochner's art from his early word experiments through his return to painting, while Bochner offers a personal perspective. Both Kleeblatt and Bochner address the question of Jewishness in Bochner's work, particularly the ways in which the Jewish intellectual tradition embraces language as a visual expressive form.
Art Nexus
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Norman L. Kleeblatt, Mel Bochner, Jewish Museum (New York, N.Y.)
Categories: Art, Colombian
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007 - Publisher:
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Mel Bochner
Language: en
Pages: 63
Authors: Mel Bochner
Categories: Conceptual art
Type: BOOK - Published: 1999 - Publisher:
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Magical Secrets about Aquatint
Language: en
Pages: 361
Authors: Emily York, Kathan Brown
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008 - Publisher:
"Magical secrets are quickly grasped. They open doors to fresh ways of seeing and understanding. Artists use aquatint, a form of etching, to create delicate washes, velvety blacks, and intricate layers of color impossible in other art media. In this book, the third in a series about etchings, Emily York discusses 46 aquatints by 32 artists, with special attention to fascinating sequential works by Richard Diebenkorn and Al Held. Emily York is a master painter at Crown Point Press, a publishing workshop where artists have been creating etchings since 1962. She ties processes directly to art, and with clear writing and abundant illustrations explains the aquatint processes of spit bite, sugar lift, soap ground, and water bite. She also details steel-facing and multiple-plate printing, and gives step-by-step instructions for making your own aquatints. Anyone who cares about art will enjoy this book, and anyone who makes etchings will find it indefensible. The included DVD demonstrates the processes, and the accompanying website provides ongoing information about printmaking."--Publisher's description.
Geography, Art, Research
Language: en
Pages: 266
Authors: Harriet Hawkins
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09-27 - Publisher: Routledge
This book explores the intersection of geographical knowledge and artistic research in terms of both creative methods and practice-based research. In doing so it brings together geography’s ‘creative turn’ with the art world’s ‘research turn.’ Based on a decade and a half of ethnographic stories of working at the intersection of creative arts practices and geographical research, this book offers a much-needed critical account of these forms of knowledge production. Adopting a geohumanities approach to investigating how these forms of knowledge are produced, consumed, and circulated, it queries what imaginaries and practices of the key sites of knowledge making (including the field, the artist’s studio, the PhD thesis, and the exhibition) emerge and how these might challenge existing understandings of these locations. Inspired by the geographies of science and knowledge, art history and theory, and accounts of working within and beyond disciplines, this book seeks to understand the geographies of research at the intersection of geography and creative arts practices, how these geographies challenge existing understandings of these disciplines and practices, and what they might contribute to our wider discussions of working beyond disciplines, including through artistic research. This book offers a timely contribution to the emerging fields of artistic
Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art
Language: en
Pages: 1141
Authors: Kristine Stiles, Peter Selz
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-09-25 - Publisher: Univ of California Press
An essential text in the field of contemporary art history, it has now been updated to represent 30 countries and over 100 new artists. The internationalism evident in this revised edition reflects the growing interest in contemporary art throughout the world from the U.S. and Europe to the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Australia.
The Inhabitable Flesh of Architecture
Language: en
Pages: 272
Authors: Marcos Cruz
Categories: Architecture
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-03-02 - Publisher: Routledge
Today’s architecture has failed the body with its long heritage of purity of form and aesthetic of cleanliness. A resurgence of interest in flesh, especially in art, has led to a politics of abjection, completely changing traditional aesthetics, and is now giving light to an alternative discussion about the body in architecture. This book is dedicated to a future vision of the body in architecture, questioning the contemporary relationship between our Human Flesh and the changing Architectural Flesh. Through the analysis and design of a variety of buildings and projects, Flesh is proposed as a concept that extends the meaning of skin, one of architecture’s most fundamental metaphors. It seeks to challenge a common misunderstanding of skin as a flat and thin surface. In a time when a pervasive discourse about the impact of digital technologies risks turning the architectural skin ever more disembodied, this book argues for a thick embodied flesh by exploring architectural interfaces that are truly inhabitable. Different concepts of Flesh are investigated, not only concerning the architectural and aesthetic, but also the biological aspects. The latter is materialised in form of Synthetic Neoplasms, which are proposed as new semi-living entities, rather than more commonly derived from