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Guy de Cointet
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Hbk, 6.75 x 9.5 in. / 160 pgs / 100 color. | 9/30/2011 | Awaiting stock
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Guy de Cointet: Tempo Rubato
FUNDACIóN/COLECCIóN JUMEX

Hbk, 6.5 x 9 in. / 197 pgs / 91 color / 19 bw. | 2/28/2014 | In stock
ISBN 9786079584511 | $49.95



Guy de Cointet: Tempo RubatoGuy de Cointet: Tempo Rubato

Published by Fundación/Colección Jumex.
Foreword by Patrick Charpenel. Text by Magalí Arriola, Jay Sanders, Marie de Brugerolle.

The installations, books, films and plays of Guy de Cointet (1934–1983) offer conceptually playful and witty treatments of codes, ciphers and optical tensions between language and image. Born in France and based in Los Angeles from 1965 until his death, de Cointet was also an important mentor as a teacher at the Otis Art Institute for a generation of Californian artists, including Paul McCarthy and Mike Kelley. Long esteemed by artists and critics but little exhibited until recently, his work has been the subject of considerable renewed interest over the past decade or so. This volume, published for a 2012/13 survey show at Fundación/Colección Jumex in Mexico, includes extensive documentation (playscripts, photographs) of his plays Tempo Rubato, IGLU and Tell Me, alongside relevant works on paper, archival photographs and essays by Magalí Arriola, Jay Sanders and Marie de Brugerolle.

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Guy de CointetGuy de Cointet

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Text by Marie de Brugerolle.

Mentor to a generation of Californian Conceptualists and performance artists, Guy de Cointet (1934-1983) took language as a material from which to generate drawings, plays and performances. De Cointet collected phrases, words and even single letters culled from popular culture and literary sources, and scripted them as dialogues or props for plays inspired by the writings and homonymic compositional methods of Raymond Roussel: in the 1976 play At Sunrise... A Cry Was Heard, for example, a large painting depicting letters bisected by a white sash provides the dialogue of the lead actress, who recites its jumble of letters as if it were ordinary conversation. His drawings were often generated by geometric erasures of found text, leaving behind Concrete-style abstract patterns. A formative figure for Mike Kelley and Paul McCarthy during his tenure at the Otis Art institute, de Cointet is today in the process of being rediscovered; this timely monograph is the first overview of his enigmatic and influential oeuvre.

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PUB DATE 9/30/2011
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