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Vivian Suter

Author : Vivian Suter
ISBN : OCLC:65026211
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Vivian Suter

Author : Adam Szymczyk
ISBN : 3775745513
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More than thirty years ago the Swiss-Argentine artist Vivian Suter (*1949) moved to the rain forest in Panajachel, Guatemala, to live on a former coffee plantation. Since then she has worked on her impressive paintings in her wooden-hut studio, as well as outdoors. The tropical garden is her playground; her canvases lie on the sandy ground or hang in trees; dust, mud, leaves, mangos, and insects leave their traces on them. Her painting is influenced by organic processes and coincidence--even natural disasters are her material, when flood waters make their mark on canvases, becoming part of her large, colorful paintings. Containing documentation of her living and work spaces, as well as brief statements from companions and friends, the monograph also offers essays, numerous pictures, and insight into the artist's private life.

Vivian Suter

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105016112836
Genre : Arts
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Art Design Photo

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ISBN : UOM:39015007166773
Genre : Arts, Modern
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H And De M

Author : Gerhard Mack
ISBN : 3764356162
Genre : Architecture
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Biography Index

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National Union Catalog

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Subject Catalog

Author : Library of Congress
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Bibliographic Guide To Music

Author : New York Public Library. Music Division
ISBN : UOM:39015024175724
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Hannah Villiger

Author : Jolanda Bucher
ISBN : UOM:39015049518759
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Swiss artist Hannah Villiger (1951-1997) was trained as a sculptor and always considered her work sculpture. Her artistic medium, however, was photography. In the early-1980s Villiger's own body became the focus of her work: it appears fragmented, distorted, twisted beyond recognition. Villiger developed her own unique way of working: Polaroid shots that she enlarged to a size of approximately one square meter (40 x 40 inches). With the Polaroid camera she circled around her own body using the straightforwardness of the medium. The "blindness" of the camera redefined the structure and the volume of her body parts. This first international monograph, with catalogue raisonné, reveals Villiger as a radical predecessor of many of today's artists who create images of their own bodies. In her in-depth essay Claudia Spinelli traces the outlines of Hannah Villiger's personal and artistic development and poignantly examines the crucial relationship between Villiger's life and her work. Griselda Pollock's essay takes a close look at Villiger as a woman and an artist, highlighting the visionary power of the work. Pollock lucidly discusses the problems and obstacles Villiger, as a female-identified artist, had to face in a phallocentric, patriarchal visual culture. David Levi-Strauss ponders the intricate relationship of sculpture, photography and the human body in the work, whose daring and radical formal concepts and innovations remain as cutting-edge as ever.
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Elisabeth Wild

Author : Adam Szymczyk
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Swiss News

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Unconcealed The International Network Of Conceptual Artists 1967 77

Author : Sophie Richard
ISBN : UCSD:31822037386711
Genre : Art
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Unconcealed describes the emergence of Conceptual art in Northern Europe through the growth of an international network of artists, dealers, museum curators, collectors and critics. A detailed account of this decade (1967-1977) is accompanied by an extensive set of previously unpublished data that charts the exhibitions and sales of Conceptual works to galleries, public institutions and private collections. The relationships, support structures and strategies of dealer galleries such as Konrad Fischer, Wide White Space and Lisson Gallery to promote artists such as Marcel Broodthaers, Richard Long and Lawrence Weiner are revealed and make fascinating reading. Unconcealed exposes the new dealing, curatorial, collecting and teaching methods formed in this decade that continue to be critical to today's art world.
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Flash Art

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