Published by Ediciones Poligrafa. Edited by Gloria Moure. Text by Bruce Jenkins, Michael Snow.
Canadian artist Michael Snow (born 1929) has been a central figure in North American postwar art; his influential films, such as Wavelength, rank alongside those of avant-garde auteurs such as Stan Brakhage and Gregory Markopoulos. Sequences is a complete monograph of this contemporary Renaissance man, who characterizes his oeuvre thus: "my paintings are done by a filmmaker, sculpture by a musician, films by a painter, music by a filmmaker, paintings by a sculptor, sculpture by a filmmaker, films by a musician, music by a sculptor." Accordingly, Snow’s texts acknowledge the difficulties an artist faces in approaching multiple disciplines. Across 17 chapters, the artist offers a complete overview of his own work--an editorial task with which he is intimately familiar after having produced several remarkable artists’ books. At almost 400 pages, this hardcover is a tour- de-force on and by one of the most outstanding artists of our time.
Published by Exhibitions International. Artwork by Michael Snow.
Between 1961 and 1967, artist Michael Snow made numerous photographic works, films, performances, paintings and sculptures based on his cut-out of a walking woman, which he snuck into numerous public locations. The many interactions and encounters of these Walking Women with the public are recorded here.