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JüRGENSSEN, BIRGIT

BIRGIT JüRGENSSEN

BIRGIT JüRGENSSEN
Edited by Gabriele Schor. Text by Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Elisabeth Bronfen, Sigrid Schade.
U.S. $60.00 | CAN $70
ISBN: 9783775724616 | SDNR30
PUB DATE: 5/31/2010 | Not available

The Austrian Birgit Jürgenssen (1949–2003) was one of the most outstanding feminist avant-garde artists in the world. Starting from the liberating potential of Surrealism and in a dialogue with her generation’s discourse on social critique, beginning in the late sixties she developed a multilayered, stylistically multifaceted kind of art. The female body and its metamorphoses were the focus of her work, which predominately comprised drawing, painting, and photography. The Sammlung Verbund has made possible the first monograph on her work. This richly illustrated volume includes previously unknown pieces from the artist’s estate, provides an analysis of Jürgenssen’s autonomous stance in art history, and examines her relationship to literature, psychoanalysis, and Structuralism.

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UNRETOUCHED WOMEN
Actes Sud


ANNA OPPERMANN: DRAWINGS
Inventory Press/Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts


DOROTHY IANNONE: THE STORY OF BERN, [OR] SHOWING COLORS
JRP|Editions


REE MORTON: THE PLANT THAT HEALS MAY ALSO POISON
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania


TO EXALT THE EPHEMERAL: ALINA SZAPOCZNIKOW, 1962–1972
Hauser & Wirth Publishers


EXCERPTS FROM THE 1971 JOURNAL OF ROSEMARY MAYER
Soberscove Press


WHERE THE FUTURE CAME FROM
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MARCIA RESNICK: RE-VISIONS
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THE NEW WOMAN'S SURVIVAL CATALOG
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WOMENS WORK
Primary Information


MY MOTHER LAUGHS
The Song Cave


HARMONY HAMMOND: MATERIAL WITNESS
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KISS MY GENDERS
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JUDY CHICAGO: ROOTS OF THE DINNER PARTY
Salon 94


IN THE CUT
Kerber


WOMEN ARTISTS: ANNETTE MESSAGER, JENNY HOLZER, KIKI SMITH, KATHARINA GROSSE
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DOROTHY IANNONE: A COOKBOOK
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MARGARET KILGALLEN: THAT’S WHERE THE BEAUTY IS.
Aspen Art Press


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JRP|Ringier


NANCY SPERO: ACTS OF REBELLION
Steidl/Museum Folkwang, Essen


MIRIAM CAHN: WRITING IN RAGE
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ROSALYN DREXLER: WHO DOES SHE THINK SHE IS?
Gregory R. Miller & Co.


THE PASSION ACCORDING TO CAROL RAMA
Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona


NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE
La Fábrica/Guggenheim Museum Bilbao


MARILYN MINTER: PRETTY/DIRTY
Gregory R. Miller & Co.


NICOLE EISENMAN: DEAR NEMESIS
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis/Walther König, Köln


SWEET NOTHINGS
D.A.P./Walther König, Köln


LOUISE BOURGEOIS: I HAVE BEEN TO HELL AND BACK
Hatje Cantz


DOROTHY IANNONE: YOU WHO READ ME WITH PASSION NOW MUST FOREVER BE MY FRIENDS
Siglio


DOROTHY IANNONE: THIS SWEETNESS OUTSIDE OF TIME
Kerber


ANA MENDIETA: TRACES
Hayward Gallery Publishing


FRANCESCA WOODMAN
D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers


SUE WILLIAMS
JRP|Ringier


NICOLE EISENMAN: DEAR NEMESIS
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis/Walther König, Köln


ANDREA BOWERS
Pomona College Museum of Art


DIE DAMEN
Moderne Kunst Nürnberg


RE.ACT.FEMINISM NO.2
Moderne Kunst Nürnberg/ Live Art Development Agency, London


JO ANN CALLIS: OTHER ROOMS
Aperture


SOPHIE CALLE: TRUE STORIES
Actes Sud


MULTIPLE OCCUPANCY: ELEANOR ANTIN'S "SELVES"
The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University


ALICE NEEL: INTIMATE RELATIONS
The Nordic Watercolour Museum


MERET OPPENHEIM: MIRRORS OF THE MIND
Kerber


SOPHIE CALLE: DOUBLE GAME
Violette Editions


CINDY SHERMAN: UNTITLED HORRORS
Hatje Cantz


SHIRIN NESHAT: WRITTEN ON THE BODY
La Fábrica/Fundación Telefónica


LINDA MARY MONTANO: YOU TOO ARE A PERFORMANCE ARTIST
SITE Santa Fe


ANNETTE MESSAGER: VOLUNTARY TORTURES
Hatje Cantz


ALINA SZAPOCZNIKOW: FROM DRAWING INTO SCULPTURE
Editions Dilecta


JO BAER
Walther König, Köln


SYLVIA SLEIGH
JRP|Ringier


WOMEN'S WORK. IS NEVER DONE
AsaMER


CINDY SHERMAN
The Museum of Modern Art, New York


LOUISE BOURGEOIS: THE RETURN OF THE REPRESSED
Violette Editions


FRANCESCA WOODMAN
D.A.P./San Francisco Museum of Modern Art


MARTHA WILSON SOURCEBOOK
Independent Curators International (ICI)


SHIRIN NESHAT: WOMEN WITHOUT MEN
Charta/Change Performing Arts


SANJA IVEKOVIC: SWEET VIOLENCE
The Museum of Modern Art, New York


REGINA JOSé GALINDO
Silvana Editorale


TRACEY EMIN: LOVE IS WHAT YOU WANT
Hayward Gallery Publishing


IT IS ALMOST THAT
Siglio


VALIE EXPORT: TIME AND COUNTERTIME
Walther König, Köln


POWER UP: FEMALE POP ART
DuMont


NANCY SPERO: TORTURE OF WOMEN
Siglio


HANNAH WILKE: GESTURES
Neuberger Museum of Art


IDA APPLEBROOG: MONALISA
Hauser & Wirth Publishers


LEE LOZANO
Hatje Cantz


GENDER CHECK
Walther König, Köln


MODERN WOMEN: WOMEN ARTISTS AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
The Museum of Modern Art, New York


MARINA ABRAMOVIC: THE ARTIST IS PRESENT
The Museum of Modern Art, New York


GHADA AMER
Gregory R. Miller & Co.


SHOW & TELL: A CHRONICLE OF GROUP MATERIAL
Four Corners Books


LEE LOZANO: NOTEBOOKS 1967-70
Primary Information


ELEANOR ANTIN
Los Angeles County Museum of Art


KATHE BURKHART: THE LIZ TAYLOR SERIES
Regency Arts Press


COOLING OUT
JRP|Ringier


SUSAN HILLER: THE PROVISIONAL TEXTURE OF REALITY
JRP|Ringier


IT'S TIME FOR ACTION
JRP|Ringier


ROBIN KAHN: THE INTELLIGENT WOMAN'S GUIDE TO ART
Mis Dias Press


KEEP THIS SEX OUT OF MY SIGHT
Dis Voir


ANNETTE MESSAGER: WORD FOR WORD
D.A.P./Les Presses du Reel


MARTHA ROSLER: 3 WORKS
The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design


CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN: SPLIT DECISION
CEPA Gallery


EVA SCHLEGEL: L.A. WOMEN
Walther König, Köln


CINDY SHERMAN: THE COMPLETE UNTITLED FILM STILLS
The Museum of Modern Art, New York


LINDER: WORKS 1976-2006
JRP|Ringier


Birgit Jürgenssen Hatje Cantz Edited by Gabriele Schor. Text by Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Elisabeth Bronfen, Sigrid Schade.

Birgit Jürgenssen

Birgit Jürgenssen's work constitutes an activity of demystification, of unveiling what fetishism seeks to repress or disavow. What is remarkable is how inventively, playfully, imaginatively and above all, critically, Jürgenssen managed to dissect, expose and indeed deconstruct the psychic fetishism attached to the representation of femininity.

Abigail Solomon-Godeau, excerpted from her essay, "If the Shoe Fits: Fetishism, Femininity and Birgit Jürgenssen's Schuhwerk, published in Birgit Jürgenssen.

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U.S. LIST PRICE: U.S. $60.00
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ISBN: 9783775724616
FORMAT: Hbk, 9.25 x 11.75 in. / 296 pgs / 350 color.
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Birgit Jürgenssen

Edited by Gabriele Schor. Text by Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Elisabeth Bronfen, Sigrid Schade.
Published by Hatje Cantz

The Austrian artist Birgit Jürgenssen (1949–2003) was an outstanding heroine of the feminist avant garde. From the late 1960s she made the female body the focus of her work, through drawing, collage, painting and photography. With many previously unseen works from the artist's estate, this volume surveys Jürgenssen's career.

 

 
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