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Matthew Day Jackson: The Tomb, In Search of

Text by Benno Tempel.

This two-volume slipcased publication is produced on the occasion of American artist Matthew Day Jackson’s 2010 exhibitions at Peter Blum’s two New York galleries. The first volume, The Tomb, In Search of, records one of the artist’s most powerful works: a sculpture of eight astronaut pallbearers (rendered from scraps of wood and plastic) carrying a life-size figure enshrined in a glass case, titled “The Tomb.” Based on a fifteenth-century sculpture by Antoine Le Moiturier, “The Tomb” carries echoes of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Day Jackson’s own mortality and Paul Thek’s 1967 “Tomb.” In Search of, the Film is based upon the eponymous 1970s TV series hosted by Leonard Nimoy, which investigated paranormal phenomena. Day Jackson’s video looks at varieties of anthropomorphism in our view of other life forms, the allegories of artists’ journeys and the transmission of history through artifacts.
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Matthew Day Jackson: The Tomb, In Search of

MATTHEW DAY JACKSON: THE TOMB, IN SEARCH OF

Text by Benno Tempel.

PETER BLUM EDITION, NEW YORK

ISBN: 9780935875263
USD $85.00
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Pub Date: 9/30/2011
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Matthew Day Jackson: The Immeasurable Distance

MATTHEW DAY JACKSON: THE IMMEASURABLE DISTANCE

Text by Bill Arning, Tom Morton, David Tomkins, Deborah Douglas, David Mindell.

MIT LIST VISUAL ARTS CENTER/CAM HOUSTON

ISBN: 9781933619217
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Pub Date: 10/31/2010
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