Edited by Bruna Roccasalva. Contributions by Lars Bang Larsen, Nicolas Bourriaud, Binna Choi, Doryun Chong, T. J. Demos, Yilmaz Dziewior, Patricia Falguières, Eungie Joo, Tom McDonough, Ute Meta Bauer, Bart van der Heide, Anne M. Wagner.
Hbk, 6.5 x 9.5 in. / 416 pgs / 90 color / 300 bw. | 6/25/2019 | Out of stock ISBN 9788857239774 | $39.95
Published by Skira. Edited by Bruna Roccasalva. Contributions by Lars Bang Larsen, Nicolas Bourriaud, Binna Choi, Doryun Chong, T. J. Demos, Yilmaz Dziewior, Patricia Falguières, Eungie Joo, Tom McDonough, Ute Meta Bauer, Bart van der Heide, Anne M. Wagner.
South Korean artist Haegue Yang (born 1971) uses a wide array of mediums—ranging from paper collage, video essays and performative sculptures to large-scale installations—to create images and experiences in which people, places and things are evocatively linked. Often using ordinary objects in elaborate abstract compositions, Yang's work stages chance encounters between viewers and materials that can generate unexpected forms, emotions and narratives. This publication is a rich, fully illustrated anthology of the most significant writing on Yang's work from 2006 to 2018. Featuring essays and interviews by Lars Bang Larsen, Nicolas Bourriaud, Binna Choi, Doryun Chong, T.J. Demos, Yilmaz Dziewior, Patricia Falguières, Eungie Joo, Tom McDonough, Ute Meta Bauer, Bart van der Heide and Anne M. Wagner, the selection of texts in this volume thoroughly engage the complexity of the artist's work.
Published by Jovis. Edited by Milica Tomi, Dubravka Sekuli, Daniel Gethmann, Petra Eckhard, Andreas Lechner. Text by Ivana Bago, Nicolas Bourriaud, et al.
GAM.14 compiles current positions on the intersection of art and architecture that address the sociopolitical and ideological challenges of exhibition sites, as the conception of "traditional" artwork continues to dissolve and demands that institutions radically reevaluate the spatial and temporal aspects of exhibiting.
Published by Skira Paris. Text by Nicolas Bourriaud, Fabrice Bousteau, Édouard Carmignac, Charles Carmignac, David Cronenberg, Luc Ferry, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Catherine Millet, Camille Morineau, Barbara Soyer.
A private collection is an account of an individual’s passion and reveals something of its owner’s personality.
Composed of around 250 works by leading artists such as Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Martial Raysse, Gerhard Richter and Ed Ruscha, the Carmignac Collection is also an open dialogue with emerging art scenes and contemporary creation by artists like Zhang Huan and Korakrit Arunanondchai.
First exhibited in the offices of Carmignac Gestion, and now shared with the public at the Fondation Carmignac’s premises in Porquerolles, the collection belonging to Édouard Carmignac has provoked its viewers since its inception in the early 1980s. In this volume Nicolas Bourriaud, Luc Ferry, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Camille Morineau, Catherine Millet and David Cronenberg lead you through six of its key themes.
BOOK FORMAT Hardcover, 9.5 x 11 in. / 344 pgs / 124 color / 124 bw.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 6/26/2018 Active
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Published by Silvana Editorale. Edited by Nicolas Bourriaud.
Back to Mulholland Drive uses David Lynch’s cult classic Mulholland Drive to explore an emerging trend of “minimal fantasy” in contemporary art, surveying work where uncanny, magical atmospheres are conjured through glassy, minimal forms.
Published by Fondazione Prada. Edited by Chiara Costa, Mario Mainetti. Foreword by Miuccia Prada, Patrizio Bertelli, Monica Maggioni, Antonio Campo Dall'Orto. Text by Maria Pia Ammirati, et al.
TV 70 is a project by artist Francesco Vezzoli (born 1971) developed in collaboration with Rai, Italy’s national broadcasting company. With archival material and testimonials, it explores 1970s TV production.
Published by JRP|Ringier. Edited by Walead Beshty. Text by Nicolas Bourriaud, Suzanne Hudson, Bob Nickas.
This new expanded edition gives a ten-year overview of Los Angeles–based artist Walead Beshty (born 1976), and elucidates his approach to photographic and sculptural representation. Most recently, Beshty’s work has concentrated on themes of production, making use of mundane procedures like air travel or mailing a package.
Published by JRP|Ringier. Edited by Clément Dirié. Text by Nicolas Bourriaud, Liam Gillick, Stéphanie Moisdon.
Alongside Philippe Parreno, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Bernard Joisten, French artist Pierre Joseph was a crucial protagonist in the 1990s turn towards collaborative artmaking, exhibitions as social encounters and digital manipulation of reality. This selective overview includes a long conversation with British artist Liam Gillick, and a focus on Joseph’s Characters to Be Reactivated series by the art critic and theoretician Nicolas Bourriaud.
Published by JRP|Ringier. Foreword by Jacob Fabricius, Ferran Barenblit. Text by Nicolas Bourriaud, Suzanne Hudson, Bob Nickas.
Moments spent in elevators, check-ins at airports, subway rides—these are all examples of the kind of “in-between” time that fascinates Walead Beshty and supplies so much of the material for his photographs. “In-between time” applies to civic space, too—depopulated modernist housing developments that sit precariously between evacuation and demolition (explored by Beshty in his Excursionist Views), plants, weeds and vegetation on isolated highway medians (Island Flora), or abandoned shopping malls (American Passages). More recently, Beshty’s adventures in “the in-between” have become a means of production, as he makes creative use of such mundane procedures as air travel or sending a package. This monograph presents a ten-year overview of Walead Beshty’s approach to photographic and sculptural representation, and contains newly commissioned essays by Suzanne Hudson and Nicolas Bourriaud, as well as a conversation between Bob Nickas and Beshty.
Published by Walther König, Köln/Koenig Books. Edited by Karen Marta, Kathryn Rattee, Zoe Stillpass. Foreword by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Julia Peyton-Jones. Texts by Nicolas Bourriaud, Michael Fried, Dorothea von Hantelmann.
Philippe Parreno rose to prominence in the 1990s among a group of artists later gathered under the rubric of Relational Aesthetics. Parreno has sought to redefine the exhibition experience as a coherent object rather than a collection of individual works. In this spirit, his recent exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery constitutes an environment through which the visitor is guided by an orchestration of sound and image. This catalogue for the exhibition examines Parreno’s films, including Invisibleboy (2010), the tale of a Chinese immigrant boy who sees imaginary monsters that are scratched onto the film stock; June 8, 1968 (2009) which revisits the train voyage that transported the corpse of Robert Kennedy from New York to Washington D.C.; and The Boy from Mars (2003), which partly focuses on the generator that supplies the power required to make the film.
Selections from the Dakis Joannou Collection Curated by Jeff Koons
Published by New Museum. Text by Lisa Phillips, Massimiliano Gioni. Conversation with Jeff Koons.
Skin Fruit: Selections from the Dakis Joannou Collection accompanies the first exhibition in the United States of the Athens-based Dakis Joannou Collection, renowned as one of the leading collections of contemporary art in the world. This is also the first exhibition curated by artist Jeff Koons, whose work inspired Joannou to start his collection in 1985. Koons has selected sculptures, works on paper, paintings, installations and videos by a group of artists that includes Janine Antoni, Matthew Barney, Maurizio Cattelan, Nathalie Djurberg, Robert Gober, Mike Kelley, Terence Koh, Mark Manders, Paul McCarthy, Tim Noble and Sue Webster, Kiki Smith, Christiana Soulou, Jannis Varelas, Kara Walker and Andro Wekua, among others. This catalogue contains more than 100 full-color illustrations of works from Joannou's collection, and features Koons in conversation with Lisa Phillips; an essay by Massimiliano Gioni; full spreads from such classic (and rare) publications as Post Human; and an anthology of previously commissioned essays for Joannou's DESTE Foundation publications by Nicolas Bourriaud, Jeffrey Deitch, Peter Halley, Nancy Spector and Lynne Tillman.
PUBLISHER New Museum
BOOK FORMAT Paperback, 8.5 x 11.5 in. / 208 pgs / 120 color.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 4/30/2010 Out of print
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“My work has moved away from the idea of a painting as an object,” Michael Lin (born 1964) observes. “I'm more interested in creating a painting as a space to occupy.” Lin makes painted installations that reconfigure institutional spaces with designs appropriated from Taiwanese textiles. This publication is the first comprehensive overview of his work.
Published by JRP|Ringier. Edited by Simon Lamunière. Text by Nicolas Bourriaud, Fabienne Bideau, Philippe Cuenat, Ildiko Dao.
A superbly selected A–Z glossary of utopian structures, zones and acts in art and beyond, Utopics is a guide to artistically “living otherwise”—whether through imaginative design solutions (Andrea Zittel, Lang & Baumann), artist republics (Ian Hamilton Finlay's Little Sparta, Robert Filliou's République Géniale), temporary utopias (Atelier Van Lieshout's AVL-Ville) or extraordinary spaces (James Turrell's Roden Crater) and situations (Rirkrit Tiravanija). Also itemized here are potentially utopian entities such as bees, islands and squats, plus more theoretical forays such as Rudolf Steiner's educational philosophy and Buckminster Fuller's utopian proposals. Sporting a wraparound poster dustjacket and bound in a glittering night-sky cloth, Utopics shows that by acts of creativity both intimate and epic, and by locating the nooks at the perimeters of society, the strictures of contemporary living can be fruitfully sabotaged.
Published by Forlaget Press. Edited by Jan Inge Reilstad. Text by Nicholas Bourriaud, Will Bradley, Rana Dasgupta, Tom Hetland, Paul O'Neill, et al.
In 2006, residents of Stavanger, Norway, voted on the eight most meaningful locations in the city, then commissioned international artists—including Lars Ramberg, Alfredo Jaar, Raqs Media Collective—to develop site-specific works. This volume documents the project, with essays by Nicholas Bourriaud, Paul O'Neill and Rana Dasgupta, among others.
Published by Charta. Text by Lóránd Hegyi, Achille Bonito Oliva, Nicolas Bourriaud, Catharina Manchanda.
Braco Dimitrijevic gained international fame in the 1970s with his Casual Passersby series, in which gigantic photo-portraits of ordinary people were displayed on façades and billboards in European and American cities. In the early 1990s Dimitrijevic started a new cycle of portrait-installations, this time not using unknown people but artists, musicians and scientists better known for their achievements than for their names.
BOOK FORMAT Hardcover, 9.75 x 12 in. / 248 pgs / 99 color / 239 bw.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 3/31/2010 No longer our product
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. Exclusive Catalog: SPRING 2010 p. 156
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Published by Jack Shainman Gallery. Text by Nicolas Bourriaud, S. Kalidas, Dan Cameron.
Delhi-based Subodh Gupta uses everyday domestic, rural Indian objects such as pots, pans, squat stools and cow dung in his mixed-media installations. This survey features works from the 1990s to the present.
PUBLISHER Jack Shainman Gallery
BOOK FORMAT Hardcover, 9.75 x 12.75 in. / 318 pgs / 150 color.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 4/30/2010 Active
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. Exclusive Catalog: SPRING 2009 p. 161
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Published by Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac. Text by Nicolas Bourriaud.
The noted Paris-born, Brooklyn-based painter Jules de Balincourt depicts a universe in which abstract and representational images collide, orbit and satellite among each other, creating a kind of loose, free-associating, non-linear narrative, according to the artist himself. This volume collects recent works exhibited at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris.
Published by Guggenheim Museum Publications. Essays by Michael Archer, Jan Avgikos, Daniel Birnbaum, Ina Blom, Stefano Boeri, Francesco Bonami, Nicolas Bourriaud, Xavier Douroux, Patricia Falguieres, Heike Föll, Hal Foster, Massimiliano Gioni, Michael Govan, Dorothea von Hantelmann, Jens Hoffman, Chrissie Iles, Branden Joseph, Emily King, Christy Lange, Maria Lind, Tom Morton, Molly Nesbit, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Beatrix Ruf, Stephan Schmidt-Wulffen, Barbara Steiner, Rachael Thomas, Eric Troncy, Giorgio Verzotti, Thomas Wulffen, Olivier Zahm
During the 1990s a number of artists claimed the exhibition as their medium. Working independently or in various collaborative constellations, they eschewed the individual object in favor of the exhibition environment as a dynamic arena, ever expanding its physical and temporal parameters. For these artists an exhibition can comprise a film, a novel, a shared meal, a social space, a performance or a journey. Their work engages directly with the vicissitudes of everyday life, offering subtle moments of transformation. This catalogue, which accompanies a major exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, is the first in the U.S. to examine the dynamic interchange among a core group of these artists--Angela Bulloch, Maurizio Cattelan, Liam Gillick, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Douglas Gordon, Carsten Höller, Pierre Huyghe, Jorge Pardo, Philippe Parreno and Rirkrit Tiravanija--a many-sided conversation that helped shape the cultural landscape of the 1990s and beyond.
Published by Valiz. Edited by Margriet Schavemaker, Mischa Rakier. Text by Jennifer Allen, Sophie Berrebi, Claire Bishop, Beatrice von Bismarck, Maaike Bleeker, Jeroen Boomgaard, Nicolas Bourriaud, Deborah Cherry, Hal Foster, Vít Havránek, Marc Spiegler, Olav Velthuis, Kitty Zijlmans.
Video art, the Internet, globalization, nomadism, itinerant curators and biennale artists, Installation and Process art, PowerPoint presentations, multiculturalism, design, magazines, fashion, lounges, the DJ, VJ and house culture, blockbuster exhibitions in art galleries, social works of art and socially engaged artists… The art of the past 15 years has moved into these new territories rapidly--so rapidly that more artwork than theoretical reflection or historical contextualization has been generated. During the 1960s, artists and critics were fiercely engaged in naming each new trend--Op Art, Pop Art, Minimalism, Conceptualism. Movements were mapped as they happened. In the 1990s, however, the art itself, and the experience it provided, became enough. Focusing on themes such as The Body, Interactivity, Engagement, Documentary Strategies, Money and Curating, Right About Now provides a map for this work, from the 1990s to the present.
Published by JRP|Ringier. Introduction by Edelbert Köb. Text by Nicolas Bourriaud, Antonia Majaca, Mihnea Mircan.
This first monograph on Bulgarian artist Plamen Dejanoff, who became known internationally for his 1990s collaborations with Swetlana Heger, includes a range of work--including his most recent construction-project-as-artwork: a complex of buildings including a museum, bookshop and studio in his hometown--produced together with a host of collaborating architects, designers and artists.
Published by JRP|Ringier/Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst. Edited by Fernando Alvim, Heike Munder, Ulf Wuggenig, Essays by Oladélé Bamboyé, Mounir Fatmi, Kendell Geers, Loulou Cherinet, Simon Njami and Olu Oguibe.
This anthology emerged from a series of solo exhibitions by Kendell Geers, Olu Oguibe, Oldadélé Bamgboyé, Mounir Fatmi and Loulou Cherinet--all artists with connections to Africa and living abroad. Reaching beyond the dialectic of difference typical of so many exhibitions of “non-Western” artists, this collection by a twenty-first-century generation (all participants are between ages 35 and 42) aims to construct a new definition of contemporary African positions. These essays here are written by a diverse group of artists, writers, educators and critics, including Cameroonian Curator Simon Njami, and Olu Oguibe, Associate Professor of Art and African American Studies at the University of Connecticut.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Max Hollein and Jesper N. JØrgensen. Essays by Nicolas Bourriaud, Will Bradley, Diedrich Diedrichsen, Russell Haswell, Blazenka Perica, Martin Pesch and Daniel Birnbaum.
Beyond the scope of the defining non-material characteristics of sound, sound becomes a formal material, a kind of audible sculpture accompanied by discourse on its constructive, societal, philosophical, and emotional aspects. At least, it does for the contemporary artists represented in Frequencies [HZ], each of whom works with sound within the context of visual art--Angela Bulloch, Farmersmanual, Ryoji Ikeda, Daniel Pflumm, Ultra-red, Mika Vainio, and others. With an audio CD ingeniously integrated into the book's cover design, and reproductions of sculptural and visual art, as well as specific, often minimalistic installations and interventions which employ sound or electronic experiments with sound, Frequencies [HZ] explores how sound impacts upon the perception of architecture and otherwise influences the components of individual experience. Participating artists reflect on the institutional context and the situation that evolves between the work of art and the viewer.
Published by Hopefulmonster. Essays by Nicolas Bourriaud, Laura Cherubini and Luca Cerizza.
Catalogue documenting an installation by sound and sculptural artist Mario Airo, at the Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery in Torino, Italy. This volume includes 50 color images along with texts by the artist and complete biography and bibliography.
BOOK FORMAT Paperback, 8.25 x 11 in. / 128 pgs / 50 color.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 8/2/2001 No longer our product
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Published by Oktagon. Artwork by Fiona Banner, Inka Essenhigh, Parastou Forouhar, Kendell Geers, Renee Green, Tsuyoshi Ozawa, Dan Peterman, Rosangela Renno, Adi Rosenblum, Carlos Amorales, Alicia Framis, Liam Gillick, Christian Jankowski, Aernout Mik, Jonathan Monk, Anri Sala. Edited by Saskia Bos. Contributions by Charles Esche, Joseph Grigely. Text by Nicolas Bourriaud, Annie Fletcher, Daniel Birnbaum.
This two-volume catalog offers essays, artist texts, and interviews, as well as documentation of every installation included in the Berlin Biennale. Featured artists include Carlos Amorales, Joseph Grigely, Inka Essenhigh, Aernout Mik, Jonathan Ocampo, Surasai Monk, Alicia Framis, Liam Gillick, and Renee Green.
BOOK FORMAT Paperback, 15 x 10.25 in. / 484 pgs / 160 color
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 8/2/2001 No longer our product
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. Exclusive Catalog: SPRING 2002
PRODUCT DETAILS ISBN 9783896110978SDNR30 List Price: $39.95 CDN $50.00