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Tauba Auerbach

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Tauba Auerbach — S v Z

Introduction and text by Joseph Becker, Jenny Gheith, Linda Dalrymple Henderson. Afterword by Neal Benezra.

Hbk, 8.25 x 11.75 in. / 256 pgs / 485 color. | 4/21/2020 | Awaiting stock
ISBN 9781942884552 | $50.00


    

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Tauba Auerbach: 50/50

Hardback, 10 x 10 in. / 100 pgs / 100 bw. | 6/1/2008 | Not available
ISBN 9780981577111 | $60.00


Tauba Auerbach: How To Spell the Alphabet

Text by Tauba Auerbach.

Hardback, 8.5 x 9.75 in. / 112 pgs / 50 color. | 3/1/2007 | Not available
ISBN 9780977868605 | $30.00


Tauba Auerbach: ChaosTauba Auerbach: Chaos

Published by Deitch Projects.
Text by Will Bradley, Brian Sholis, Chris Jennings.

Chaos, a new book by artist Tauba Auerbach produced in conjunction with her exhibition Here Now/And Everywhere at New York's Deitch Projects, explores the shadowy gap between order and disorder, pattern and randomness. By linking mathematical philosophy and scientific theory with larger, existential human concerns, Auerbach produces an array of complex conceptual and visual experiments that manifest as a body of striking paintings and photographs, minimalist metaphors of information overload. Evoking the information abyss of visual static, Auerbach's Crease, Crumple, Shatter and Static series investigate the logic and machinery of communication and representation. As they do so, unintended or unexpected effects emerge in conjunction with instances of ambiguity, contradiction, paradox and breakdown. Fully illustrated and beautifully bound, Chaos also constitutes a mini-catalogue raisonné of Auerbach's artist's books and includes new critical essays by Will Bradley, Chris Jennings and Brian Sholis.

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Deitch Projects

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Hardcover, 9 x 11.75 in. / 64 pgs / 60 color.

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Catalog: SPRING 2010 p. 130   

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Tauba Auerbach: 50/50Tauba Auerbach: 50/50

Published by Deitch Projects.

In her drawings, paintings and artist's books, San Francisco-based Tauba Auerbach investigates the relationship between spoken and written language, focusing especially on those points where the familiar structure begins to break down or slip. She rigorously yet playfully pushes at the boundaries of our comprehension by rearranging and abstracting words and letters. With a razor sharp style that reveals her training as a professional sign painter, Auerbach makes works on panel and paper that are a refreshing spin on the traditions of Conceptual art and Concrete poetry. This volume features her 50/50 series of large-scale drawings, all of which consist of halftone patterns that express the same shade of gray.
Auerbach, who was born in 1981, is represented by Deitch Projects in New York. She graduated from Stanford University, where she studied with Margaret Kilgallen.

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Deitch Projects

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Hardback, 10 x 10 in. / 100 pgs / 100 bw.

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Catalog: FALL 2008 p. 125   

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Tauba Auerbach: How To Spell the AlphabetTauba Auerbach: How To Spell the Alphabet

Published by Deitch Projects.
Text by Tauba Auerbach.

How arbitrary are the marks, analog and digital, used to express language, and where do they begin to muck it all up? This first book from Tauba Auerbach, Yes and Not Yes features over 20 new paintings and drawings that spring from those questions. They offer an excellent if roundabout answer: while letters are largely arbitrary, they are rich with abstract beauty and conceptual depth. In razor-sharp execution--which reveals her training as a sign painter--Auerbach's works on panel and paper update the abstract conceptual tradition, while retaining its intellectual rigor. Uppercase Insides and Numeral Insides recall Russian Suprematism, and, upon further contemplation, turn out to be just what their titles call them. Works based on signal flags and the Ugaritic Alphabet--an extinct language from Syria, 1300 B.C.--confirm that puzzlement is part of the desired effect here. Where direct exchange between sign and meaning is impossible, the beauty of the symbol comes to the fore.

PUBLISHER
Deitch Projects

BOOK FORMAT
Hardback, 8.5 x 9.75 in. / 112 pgs / 50 color.

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Catalog: SPRING 2007 p. 128   

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Tauba Auerbach — S v ZTauba Auerbach — S v Z

Published by D.A.P./SFMOMA.
Introduction and text by Joseph Becker, Jenny Gheith, Linda Dalrymple Henderson. Afterword by Neal Benezra.

Part artist's book, part exhibition catalog, this book chronicles Tauba Auerbach's multimedia syntheses of abstraction, science, graphic design and typography

Tauba Auerbach studies the boundaries of perception through an art and design practice grounded in math, science and craft. Published in conjunction with the first major survey of the artist's work, this volume, designed by Auerbach in collaboration with David Reinfurt, spans 16 years of her career, highlighting her interest in concepts such as duality and its alternatives, interconnectedness, rhythm and four-dimensional geometry.

Encapsulating Auerbach's longstanding consideration of symmetry, texture and logic, the title S v Z offers a framework for this volume's typeface, design and structure. Images of more than 130 paintings, drawings, sculptures and artist's books created between 2004 and 2020 are mirrored by a comprehensive selection of related reference images, illuminating her multifaceted practice as never before. Essays by Joseph Becker, Jenny Gheith and Linda Dalrymple Henderson provide further context for the work.

The book contains original marble patterns created specially for the book by the artist on both the endpapers and the edges of the book block. The cover is lettered in Auerbach's calligraphy, applied in black foil on a silver paper. The typeface was designed by David Reinfurt with Auerbach expressly for this publication, and is based on her handwriting.

New York-based artist Tauba Auerbach (born 1981) grew up in San Francisco and graduated from Stanford University in 2003. She apprenticed and worked as a sign painter at New Bohemia Signs in San Francisco. In 2013 she founded Diagonal Press. She is represented by Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, and Standard Oslo.

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D.A.P./SFMOMA

BOOK FORMAT
Hardcover, 8.25 x 11.75 in. / 256 pgs / 485 color.

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Forthcoming

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Catalog: SPRING 2020 p. 13   

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STATUS: Forthcoming | 4/21/2020

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