Edited by Bruna Roccasalva. Contributions by Lars Bang Larsen, Nicolas Bourriaud, Binna Choi, Doryun Chong, T. J. Demos, Yilmaz Dziewior, Patricia Falguičres, Eungie Joo, Tom McDonough, Ute Meta Bauer, Bart van der Heide, Anne M. Wagner.
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Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Silvia Karman Cubina, Leilani Lynch, Philippe Vergne.
The artworks of Haegue Yang (born 1971) are known for their diversity of media and methods, and their eloquent and seductive sculptural language of conceptual abstraction, often derived from Yang's research on figures and events throughout history, as well as inquiries into the notion of folk and traditional craft techniques.
Bringing together new and existing works spanning the last decade, Haegue Yang’s solo exhibition In the Cone of Uncertainty at The Bass foregrounds the artist’s consistent curiosity about the world and tireless experimentation with materializing the complexity of identity politics and their ever-changing parameters.
Its companion publication highlights a substantial selection of Yang’s oeuvre, including blind installations, anthropomorphic works and light sculptures, with an expanded focus on her growing series of mural-like graphic wall pieces.
Published by Skira. Edited by Bruna Roccasalva. Contributions by Lars Bang Larsen, Nicolas Bourriaud, Binna Choi, Doryun Chong, T. J. Demos, Yilmaz Dziewior, Patricia Falguičres, 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 Falguičres, 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 Walther König, Köln. Edited with text by Yilmaz Dziewior. Text by Chus Martínez, Leonie Radine.
This comprehensive catalogue raisonné documents South Korean artist Haegue Yang's (born 1971) entire oeuvre, from early action-based objects to lacquer paintings, photographs, works on paper and video, anthropomorphic sculptures, performative works and large-scale installations with venetian blinds.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Julienne Lorz. Foreword by Okwui Enwezor. Text by Sabine Brantl, Julienne Lorz. Interview by T.J. Demos.
For the middle hall of the Haus der Kunst in Munich, South Korean artist Haegue Yang (born 1971) has created a complex scene of hanging blinds that play on the boundaries between inside and outside, open and closed. This publication documents the installation.
Published by Aspen Art Museum/Modern Art Oxford. Text by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson, Katharina Schwerendt, Julian Stallabrass, Anne Wagner. Interview with Haegue Yang.
Designed by Manuel Raeder in close collaboration with the artist, this fully illustrated catalogue focuses on Haegue Yang's concurrent 2011 exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford and the Aspen Art Museum. Both exhibitions featured newly commissioned work by the Seoul- and Berlin-based artist, who is known for her colorful and sensorial installations and sculptures that occupy the in-between spaces where public and private meet. The publication features essays by Julian Stallabrass (Reader, Courtauld Institute, London), Anne Wagner (Professor Emerita at the University of California, Berkeley) and Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson (Director and Chief Curator, Aspen Art Museum), as well as an interview with Haegue Yang and a biographical text by Katharina Schwerendt. The MAO exhibition is Yang's first major exhibition in the UK; Yang is the AAM's 2011 Jane and Marc Nathanson Distinguished Artist in Residence.
Published by Kunsthaus Bregenz. Edited by Yilmaz Dziewior. Text by Marina Vishmidt, Anders Kreuger.
From mundane objects such as Venetian blinds, theatrical lights, infrared heaters, fans and metal stands, Korean artist Haegue Yang (born 1971) creates complex installations that trade on the immersive familiarity of domestic props to disquiet the viewer in the subtlest of ways. Artificial manipulations of intangible sensual experiences such as heat, odor and light further heighten the elusive spatial evanescence of her works. For her 2009 sculpture “Sallim,” Yang created a full-scale model of her kitchen in Berlin, “free from many of the things that are attributes of the ordinary concept of work in terms of social effectiveness/productivity,” as she describes it. What remains is more like the bare outline of a kitchen, with its structural and indeed conceptual solidity rendered provisional and strangely dubious. Haegue Yang: Arrivals presents a catalogue raisonné of the artist's works to date, revealing her to be one of today's most intriguing young artists.
PUBLISHER Kunsthaus Bregenz
BOOK FORMAT Clth, 7.25 x 9.25 in. / 351 pgs / 200 color.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 8/31/2011 Out of print
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. Exclusive Catalog: FALL 2011 p. 85
PRODUCT DETAILS ISBN 9783865609687TRADE List Price: $65.00 CDN $75.00