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Title:
Painting at the edge of the world
Author:
Fogle, Douglas, 1964-
Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
Minneaplis [Minn.] : Walker Art Center, [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm
General Note:
Exhibition catalog.

Includes index.
Language:
English
Contents:
Trouble with painting / Douglas Fogle -- Questions of painting / Marcel Broodthaers -- Painting: the task of mourning / Yve-Alain bois -- New openings in Japanese painting: three faces of minor-ity / Midori Matsui -- Late Arrivals / Daniel Birnbaum -- Monochromes, the autonomy of color, and the centerless world / Paulo Herkenhoff -- Colour, time, and structure / Helio Oiticica -- No visible means of support / Andrew Blauvelt -- Odd couple: painting, rock music, and their shared strategies against obsolescence in the digital age / Jorg-Heiser -- Goin' home, goin' home / Mike Kelley.

Trickery of the picture / Hubert Damisch -- Women and painting / Marlene Dumas -- Painting and trance in Severo Sarduy's La simulacion / Reinaldo Laddaga -- Theory of super flat Japanese art / Takashi Murakami -- Scared to death / Frances Stark -- Instructions / Rudolf Stingel -- Franz Ackermann -- Haluk Akakce -- Francis Alys -- Kevin Appel -- Marcel Broodthaers -- John Currin -- Marlene Dumas -- Andreas Gursky -- Eberhard Havekost -- Arturo Herrera -- Mike Kelley -- Martin Kippenberger -- Udomsak Krisanamis -- Jim Lambie -- Margherita Manzelli -- Paul McCarthy -- Lucy McKenzie -- Julie Mehretu.

Takashi Murakami -- Nader -- Chris Ofili -- Helio Oiticica -- Laura Owens -- Michael Raedecker -- Thomas Scheibitz -- Thomas Schutte -- Rudolf Stingel -- Hiroshi Sugito -- Paul Thek -- Richard Wright.
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ISBN:
9780935640670
Format :
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Summary

The 30 artists in this exhibition represent a wide array of disciplines, including film, architecture, design and photography in their explorations of the contemporary state of painting and the possibilities of redefinition and "hybridization." 175 color images, including a gatefold plate section containing reproductions of the work.


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Library Journal Review

The demise of painting as an art form has been anticipated and disputed ever since the invention of photography in the 19th century. This exhibition catalog is published in conjunction with a show at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and addresses the current state of painting within the international avant-garde. It features 30 cutting-edge artists from around the world, with some more familiar names including Mike Kelley, John Currin, Marlene Dumas, Takashi Murakami, and Chris Ofili. The work of these artists is complemented by equally cutting-edge writing on contemporary painting, contributed by an array of academics, artists (many of whom are featured in the exhibit itself), and curators. The artist plates at the end of the catalog function as a small encyclopedia of contemporary painting, while large color gatefolds and brief profiles represent each of the artists in the exhibition. The design, though contemporary and stylish, can be cumbersome to the reader. Recommended for academic and specialized art collections. Krista Ivy, Bryn Mawr Coll., PA (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


Table of Contents

Douglas FogleMarcel Brood ThaersYve-Alain BoisMidori MatsuiDaniel BirnbaumPaulo HerkenhoffHelio OiticicaAndrew BlauveltJorg HeiserMike KelleyHubert DamischMarlene DumasReinaldo LaddagaTakashi MurakamiFrances StarkRudolf Stingel
Forewordp. 05
Acknowledgmentsp. 06
The Trouble with Paintingp. 09
Questions of Paintingp. 26
Painting: The Task of Mourningp. 28
New Openings in Japanese Painting: Three Faces of Minor-ityp. 46
Late Arrivalsp. 78
Monochromes, the Autonomy of Color, and the Centerless Worldp. 93
Colour, Time, and Structurep. 113
No Visible Means of Supportp. 117
The Odd Couple: Painting, Rock Music, and Their Shared Strategies against Obsolescence in the Digital Agep. 136
Goin' Home, Goin' Homep. 160
The Trickery of the Picturep. 165
Women and Paintingp. 171
Painting and Trance in Severo Sarduy's La simulacionp. 173
A Theory of Super Flat Japanese Artp. 187
Scared to Deathp. 206
Instructionsp. 211
Indexp. 220
Exhibition Checklistp. 226
Franz Ackermannp. 230
Haluk Akakcep. 234
Francis Alysp. 238
Kevin Appelp. 242
Marcel Broodthaersp. 246
John Currinp. 250
Marlene Dumasp. 254
Andreas Gurskyp. 258
Eberhard Havekostp. 262
Arturo Herrerap. 266
Mike Kelleyp. 270
Martin Kippenbergerp. 274
Udomsak Krisanamisp. 278
Jim Lambiep. 282
Margherita Manzellip. 286
Paul McCarthyp. 290
Lucy McKenziep. 294
Julie Mehretup. 298
Takashi Murakamip. 302
Naderp. 306
Chris Ofilip. 310
Helio Oiticicap. 314
Laura Owensp. 318
Michael Raedeckerp. 322
Thomas Scheibitzp. 326
Thomas Schuttep. 330
Rudolf Stingelp. 334
Hiroshi Sugitop. 338
Paul Thekp. 342
Richard Wrightp. 346

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