Publication about Artwork of Axel Stockburger
Uploaded by axelstockburger on 09/21/2011
Digital publication details: 54 pages.
Documentation of Stefano's artwork in 2010
Uploaded by obsoleteshit on 03/22/2010
Digital publication details: 18 pages.
112 pages, illustrated, paperback. The book features elaborate documentation of the FREE SOL LEWITT project, produced at the invitation of the Van Abbemuseum by Danish artist collective SUPERFLEX. SUPERFLEX organised the reproduction of an artwork by the American artist Sol LeWitt. A metal workshop was created in the Van Abbemuseum where copies were produced and distributed for free to the public. The copied work is ‘Untitled (wall structure), 1972 and was acquired by the Van Abbemuseum in 1977. Around the FREE SOL LEWITT installation, SUPERFLEX curated an exhibition ‘In-between Minimalisms’ with Minimal and Conceptual artworks from the collection that focus on seriality, repetition, production and action. This exhibition was co-curated by Daniel McClean and Christiane Berndes. The book also contains extensive photodocumentation of this exhibition, an interview with SUPERFLEX and texts by Christiane Berndes, Charles Esche and Daniel McClean. No copyright. No license. 2010.
Uploaded by superflex on 09/05/2010
Digital publication details: 114 pages.
Welcome to V4 of Daydream Magazine cover artwork created by Cody Hamilton. Inside we have an array of work once again from around the world, We focus on the Jazz style from New York Artist Wilson McLean who's conceptual blues singers paintings are abstract and in modern urban settings. We stand up and be counted with particular thanks to the advertising pioneer Barbara Kruger, her work from the 80's with photographs from existing sources with pithy and aggressive text that involves the viewer in the struggle for power and control shaped our thoughts and work today. We also touch base with the Roots & Scratch Perry, a video from Cape Town with Faith 47, Insa, Dali, Selby and much more.
Uploaded by daydream_magazine on 04/26/2011
Digital publication details: 116 pages.
The artists and artwork represented in this catalog document the M.F.A. Program in theDepartment of Art at Miami University from 2008-12. The variety of conceptual and stylisticapproaches reflects a diverse and rigorous program. We encourage each M. F. A.candidate to build a distinctive and relevant studio practice driven by their individualaesthetic sensibility. Within the two dimensional area studios (painting and printmaking)and three dimensional area studios (ceramics, metals and sculpture), graduate students andfaculty form a challenging, but intimate and collaborative community that encourages crossdisciplinary engagement.
Uploaded by miamiuniversityartmuseum on 03/10/2013
Digital publication details: 42 pages.
January 25, 2012 – April 1, 2012 A Thought for the Planet seeks to unite us through one of the simplest and most personal means: thought. Turrillo’s goal is to create an interactive, conceptual work, in which the spectator is a participant as well as part of the work itself. The interaction between the viewer and the artwork becomes a forum for reflection about the world we live in. This exhibition, composed of several installations, is based on the artist’s study of the power of consciousness through reflection (introspection) and how this power influences lives. Annette Turrillo was born in Caracas and lives in Paris. The exhibition is supported by Ninoska Huerta Gallery.
Uploaded by frostart on 07/24/2012
Digital publication details: 4 pages.
Sample work of conceptual design, renderings, drafting & artwork.
Uploaded by catlee89 on 12/10/2012
Digital publication details: 23 pages.
William Lamson's, Time Is Like The East River, marks a first for Artspace. It denotes the first time that we've handed the entire gallery space over to one artist; it's also the largest presentation to date of William Lamson's work. In this exhibition alone, Lamson produced three site-specific installations-including a brilliantly conceived public artwork that convey a sense of urgency, risk, imagination, and a deep passion for pushing physical and conceptual boundaries of place, space, and time. You can read the catalogue in full by visiting Artspace's shop: http://artspacenh.org/shop.asp
Uploaded by artspacenewhaven on 10/14/2010
Digital publication details: 10 pages.
This time we take a close look at both, conceptual photography and optical illusions. On the pages of this issue we feature works of such amazing photographers as Maryanne Gobble, Robby Cavanaugh, Christoffer Relander, Yanina Boldyreva and many others.
Uploaded by point-of-simplicity on 08/08/2012
Digital publication details: 132 pages.
The key role of the Dutch conceptual artists
Uploaded by bintphotobooks on 05/27/2013
Digital publication details: 32 pages.