Published by JRP|Ringier. Text by Julien Fronsacq, François Piron.
For the past 15 years, Croatian artist David Maljkovic has been fascinated with the French car company Peugeot and its futuristic “concept cars” conceived in the 1980s to model what the car industry would look like in the 2000s--now evidence of a long-gone belief in progress and technology. In his film Out of Projection (2009–2015), filmed at Peugeot headquarters and innovation campus in Sochaux, automobile prototypes and former employees serve as symbolic links between past and future. Centered on this landmark work, which is presented through related projects, archive, documentation and film stills, this artist’s book constitutes an emblematic case study of David Maljkovic’s practice and obsessions. Designed by London-based graphic design studio Abäke, the volume is published as the editorial sequel of the exhibition In Low Resolution, held at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, in 2014 and co-organized with Festival d’Automne (Paris). Besides publishing previously unseen material, it also comprises an essay by curator and art critic François Piron as well as an interview with Julien Fronsacq, curator of the Palais de Tokyo exhibition. Born in 1973 in Croatia, David Maljkovic lives in Zagreb and Berlin. Including films, sculpture, collage and installations, his work constitutes a critical research into the legacies of modernism (initially the architectural symbols and sculptural forms of former socialist Yugoslavia and Eastern Europe). He investigates these remnants from the past in relationship with the present but also with their potential--real or fictional--in an imminent or distant future, at the crossroads between science fiction and documentary film. Maljkovic is also particularly interested in exhibition strategies and the semiotics of display.
Published by Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. Edited with text by Konrad Bitterli, Nadia Veronese.
The installations, videos and collages of Croatian multimedia artist David Maljkovic (born 1973) explore the turbulent history of his native country, from the collapse of the Communist social order and its transformation into a capitalist economy. This volume gathers his recent collages.
Published by JRP|Ringier. Edited by Nick Aikens. Text by Charles Esche, Annie Flechter, Anselm Franke, Alessandro Rabottini, Alessandro Vicentelli.
Sources in the Air accompanies David Maljkovic’s three-part exhibition of the same name at the Van Abbemusem, Eindhoven, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead and GAMeC, Bergamo. Including films, sculpture, collage and installations from the past ten years, Sources in the Air is the artist’s most comprehensive survey to date.
In 1960s Yugoslavia, the Zagreb Fair, with its numerous international pavilions, was a major economic link between East and West. In this evocative artist's book, Amsterdam-based conceptualist David Maljkovic (who was born in 1973 in Croatia) presents haunting collage works made from contemporary and vintage Fair-related images.
This is the first book from the Croatian-born, Amsterdam-based artist. Maljkovic produces both monochrome paintings and installations that show the influence of the Futurists and a fascination with what he calls "architectonic renderings; cool, geometric, aestheticized."
BOOK FORMAT Paperback, 6.5 x 8.5 in. / 128 pgs / 57 color / 55 bw.
PUBLISHING STATUS PUB DATE 8/15/2005 Out of print
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. EXCLUSIVE CATALOG: FALL 2005 p. 173
PRODUCT DETAILS ISBN 9789085460299TRADE LIST PRICE: $30.00 CDN $35.00
AVAILABILITY Not available
STATUS: Out of print | 12/11/2007
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