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2 1: a collaborative interview project

Rachel Peddersen

2012    (Publication Studio)

LCC: N7433.4 .P43 A12 2012

A collaborative interview project

A collaborative interview project [less]

2-Up : Folio

Zerek Kempf, Soloway, Paul Legault, Mathan Lee, Mores McWreath, Monika Zarzeczna, Matthea Harvey, Joe Winter, Jen Liu, Colleen Asper, Christian Hawkey, Cathy Park Hong, Benjamin Kress, Adam Shecter

2012    (2-Up)

LCC: N7433.4 .T86 2012

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4 Hours and 38 Minutes

Lisa Steele, Kim Tomczak, Philip Monk, Dot Tuer

1989    55 pages    (Art Gallery of Ontario)

LCC: N6545.5 .V53 M66 1989

Catalogue to accompany an exhibition held at the Art Gallery of Ontario from Nov. 10,1989 - Jan. 10, 1990.

Catalogue to accompany an exhibition held at the Art Gallery of Ontario from Nov. 10,1989 - Jan. 10, 1990. [less]

6 from California : Exhibition October 29 through November 20, 1976

Washington State University. Museum of Art.

1976    40 pages    (Pullman, Wash. : Washington State University Press )

LCC: N6530 .C2 W37 1976

Exhibition of the works of Roland Petersen, Robert Arneson, Roy de Forest, Wayne Thiebaud, William T. Wiley, and Franklin Williams.

Exhibition of the works of Roland Petersen, Robert Arneson, Roy de Forest, Wayne Thiebaud, William T. Wiley, and Franklin Williams. [less]

8 Bienal de La Habana: El Arte Con La Vida (The 8th Biennial of Havana: Art With Life)

Centro Wifredo Lam, Consejo Nacional de las Artes Plasticas (Cuba)

2003    431 pages    (Centro de Arte Contemporaneo Wifredo Lam)

LCC: N6488 .C9 H33 2003

octava bienal de la Habana,2003,el arte de la vida.431 pgs,ilustradas, primera edicion, caratulas originales, con artistas de cuba y el mundo. The eighth biennial of Havanna, Cuba "The art of life." Illustrated first edition. With Artists of Cuba and of the world. [...]

octava bienal de la Habana,2003,el arte de la vida.431 pgs,ilustradas, primera edicion, caratulas originales, con artistas de cuba y el mundo.

The eighth biennial of Havanna, Cuba "The art of life." Illustrated first edition. With Artists of Cuba and of the world. [less]

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Michelle Bolton King; Charlotte Street Foundation (Kansas City, Mo.

2007    (Kansas City, MO : Charlotte Street Foundation)

LCC: N6535 .K3 T4 2007

Showcasing the work of 56 Kansas City visual artists who received grants from the Charlotte Street Foundation from 1997-2006. Includes bibliographical references. [...]

Showcasing the work of 56 Kansas City visual artists who received grants from the Charlotte Street Foundation from 1997-2006.
Includes bibliographical references. [less]

13 Books: (notes on the design, construction & marketing of my last . . .)

Leonard Koren

2001    144 pages    (Stone Bridge Press)

LCC: N7433.4 .K67 2001

Author/designer Leonard Koren looks at the bookmaking process behind each of his creations, from inspiration and organizing page principle to greatest difficulty and enduring lesson. Self-reflective and demythologizing, 13 Books is an observant guide to the creative process and to the essential link between information, commerce, and visual form in our culture today. It will be of special interest to graphic/web designers and art directors. Leonard Koren lives in San Francisco and Tokyo and [...]

Author/designer Leonard Koren looks at the bookmaking process behind each of his creations, from inspiration and organizing page principle to greatest difficulty and enduring lesson. Self-reflective and demythologizing, 13 Books is an observant guide to the creative process and to the essential link between information, commerce, and visual form in our culture today. It will be of special interest to graphic/web designers and art directors. Leonard Koren lives in San Francisco and Tokyo and trained as an artist and architect. His "13 books" include WET Magazine, Wabi-Sabi, and How to Take a Japanese Bath. "From initial inception to individual page layout, this book serves as an illuminating and personal look at the necessary steps of book production." -- Design Issues   [less]

15 Lombard St. (Access/excess)

Janice Kerbel

2000    104 pages    (Book Works)

LCC: N7433.4 .K47 2000

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20 Artists in Painting: 1990 WESTAF-NEA Regional Fellowships for Visual Artists

Western States Arts Federation

1990    (Santa Fe : Western States Arts Foundation)

LCC: ND225 .P25 A4 1990

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27 x 20

Claude Closky

2000    (Le Havre: Editions Flux)

LCC: N7433.4 .C567 2000

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36th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting : Willem De Kooning, Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg : February 24-April 8, 1979, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., The

The Corcoran Gallery of Art

1979    55 pages    (Washington, D.C.: The Corcoran Gallery of Art)

LCC: N5020 .W2 C67 1979

Willem De Kooning; Jasper Johns; Ellsworth Kelly; Roy Lichtenstein; Robert Rauschenberg; Willem De Kooning; Jasper Johns; Ellsworth Kelly; Roy Lichtenstein; Robert Rauschenberg

Willem De Kooning; Jasper Johns; Ellsworth Kelly; Roy Lichtenstein; Robert Rauschenberg; Willem De Kooning; Jasper Johns; Ellsworth Kelly; Roy Lichtenstein; Robert Rauschenberg [less]

38th Corcoran Biennial Exhibition of American Painting : Second Western States Exhibition, The

Clair List, Corcoran Gallery of Art

1983    87 pages    (The Gallery)

LCC: ND225 .L578 C67x 1983

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100 actions for Chicago Torture Justice / Lucky Pierre.

Lucky Pierre

2012   

LCC: HV8599 .U6 A15 2012

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100 Masterpieces from the Vitra Design Museum Collection

Mateo Kries

2013    270 pages    (Vitra Design Museum)

LCC: NK2715 .D485 1996

The collection of the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany, comprises numerous objects and is one of the most significant of its kind. Grouped according to the main themes of technology, construction, reduction, organic design, decoration and furniture programs, the most important collection items--spanning 150 years of furniture design--are presented in this volume in great detail: chairs and armchairs, chaise longues and stools, tables and desks, landscaped interiors and shelves. [...]

The collection of the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany, comprises numerous objects and is one of the most significant of its kind. Grouped according to the main themes of technology, construction, reduction, organic design, decoration and furniture programs, the most important collection items--spanning 150 years of furniture design--are presented in this volume in great detail: chairs and armchairs, chaise longues and stools, tables and desks, landscaped interiors and shelves. Copies of the original documents and detailed texts reveal the special features of each design. 100 Masterpieces from the Vitra Design Museum Collection contains a comprehensive bibliography and biographies of the designers, whoinclude Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Marcel Breuer, Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, Frank Gehry, Alberto Meda, Philippe Starck, Richard Sapper, Josef Hoffmann, Eileen Gray, Pierre Chareau, Le Corbusier, Jean Prouvé, Gerrit Rietveld, André Bloc, Willy Guhl, Harry Bertoia, George Nelson, Poul Kjaerholm, Mies van der Rohe, Arne Jacobsen, Gio Ponti, Ron Arad, Alvar Aalto, Isamu Noguchi, Carlo Mollino, Sori Yanagi, Verner Panton, Frank Lloyd Wright, Ettore Sottsass, Robert Venturi, Andrea Branzi and many others. [less]

144 Blocks & Stones, Portland ORE

Carl Andre

1973    (Portland Center for the Visual Arts)

LCC: NB237 .A53 A52 1973

144 Blocks & Stones, Portland, ORE Carl Andre 1973 PCVA For Robert Smithson (1938-1973) [...]

144 Blocks & Stones, Portland, ORE Carl Andre 1973 PCVA

For Robert Smithson (1938-1973) [less]

336 Pek

Joao Penalva

1999    366 pages    (Camden Arts Centre)

LCC: PN1997 .A2117 P46 1999

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365 : A Year to Year View

Walker Art Center

2001    356 pages    (Walker Art Center)

LCC: N583 .A82 Y437 2001

Walker Art Center annual report 2000-2001

Walker Art Center annual report 2000-2001 [less]

826nyc Art Show

2006    (McSweeney's Books)

LCC: N6512.7 .A17 2006

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1989 Biennial exhibition

Richard Armstrong; Whitney Museum of American Art.

1998    (New York ; London : Whitney Museum of American Art in association with W.W. Norton)

LCC: N4396 .W53 1989

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1993 Biennial Exhibition (Whitney Biennial)

Elisabeth Sussman, Thelma Golden, John Hanhardt, Lisa Phillips

1993    256 pages    (Whitney Museum of Art)

LCC: N6512 .W532 1993

Book by Sussman, Elisabeth, Golden, Thelma, Hanhardt, John, Phillips, Lisa

Book by Sussman, Elisabeth, Golden, Thelma, Hanhardt, John, Phillips, Lisa [less]

1995 Biennial Exhibition (Whitney Biennial)

Klaus Kertess, John Ashbery

1995    228 pages    (Whitney Museum of Art)

LCC: N6512 .W66 1995

This is the catalogue of an exhibition in 1995 at the Whitney Museum, New York, of developments in contemporary American art, film and video. It focuses on the 80 artists in the exhibition, all of whom emphasize metaphor, allegory, and/or symbol in their art.

This is the catalogue of an exhibition in 1995 at the Whitney Museum, New York, of developments in contemporary American art, film and video. It focuses on the 80 artists in the exhibition, all of whom emphasize metaphor, allegory, and/or symbol in their art. [less]

1999 Oregon Biennial

Kathryn Kanjo, Portland Art Museum (Or.)

1999    47 pages   

LCC: N6537 .O744 1999

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2000 Bc: The Bruce Conner Story Part II

Bruce Conner

1999    269 pages    (Walker Art Center)

LCC: N6537 .C65 A4 1999b

Bruce Conner (1933-2008) first came to prominence in the late 1950s as a leader of the assemblage movement in California. Conner had close ties with poets of the San Francisco Renaissance (particularly Michael McClure) as well as with artists such as Wallace Berman, George Herms, Jess and Jay DeFeo. Conner's use of nylon stockings in his assemblages quickly won him notoriety, and saw his work included in Peter Selz's classic 1961 Art of Assemblage show at MoMA. Around this time, Conner also [...]

Bruce Conner (1933-2008) first came to prominence in the late 1950s as a leader of the assemblage movement in California. Conner had close ties with poets of the San Francisco Renaissance (particularly Michael McClure) as well as with artists such as Wallace Berman, George Herms, Jess and Jay DeFeo. Conner's use of nylon stockings in his assemblages quickly won him notoriety, and saw his work included in Peter Selz's classic 1961 Art of Assemblage show at MoMA. Around this time, Conner also turned to film-making, and produced in swift succession a number of short films that helped to pioneer the rapid edit and the use of pop music among independent film-makers. Conner's innovative editing techniques and decidedly dark vision of American culture laid the foundation for later Hollywood directors such as Dennis Hopper (a friend and collaborator of Conner's, who frequently acknowledged his influence) and David Lynch. A long overdue and significant addition to the understanding of twentieth-century American art and cinema, 2000 BC: The Bruce Conner Story Part II represents the most comprehensive book to date on Conner's work from the 1950s to the present. The authors elucidate Conner's work in film, assemblage, drawing, printmaking, collage,and photograms, as well as his more ephemeral gestures, actions, protests and "escapes" from the art world. This beautifully designed clothbound monograph is a landmark publication for anyone interested in contemporary art, film, culture and the Beat era. [less]

2000 BC : The Bruce Conner story part II

Bruce Conner, The Walker Art Center

1999    272 pages    (Walker Art Center)

LCC: N6537 .C65 A4 1999a

Bruce Conner (1933-2008) first came to prominence in the late 1950s as a leader of the assemblage movement in California. Conner had close ties with poets of the San Francisco Renaissance (particularly Michael McClure) as well as with artists such as Wallace Berman, George Herms, Jess and Jay DeFeo. Conner's use of nylon stockings in his assemblages quickly won him notoriety, and saw his work included in Peter Selz's classic 1961 Art of Assemblage show at MoMA. Around this time, Conner also [...]

Bruce Conner (1933-2008) first came to prominence in the late 1950s as a leader of the assemblage movement in California. Conner had close ties with poets of the San Francisco Renaissance (particularly Michael McClure) as well as with artists such as Wallace Berman, George Herms, Jess and Jay DeFeo. Conner's use of nylon stockings in his assemblages quickly won him notoriety, and saw his work included in Peter Selz's classic 1961 Art of Assemblage show at MoMA. Around this time, Conner also turned to film-making, and produced in swift succession a number of short films that helped to pioneer the rapid edit and the use of pop music among independent film-makers. Conner's innovative editing techniques and decidedly dark vision of American culture laid the foundation for later Hollywood directors such as Dennis Hopper (a friend and collaborator of Conner's, who frequently acknowledged his influence) and David Lynch. A long overdue and significant addition to the understanding of twentieth-century American art and cinema, 2000 BC: The Bruce Conner Story Part II represents the most comprehensive book to date on Conner's work from the 1950s to the present. The authors elucidate Conner's work in film, assemblage, drawing, printmaking, collage,and photograms, as well as his more ephemeral gestures, actions, protests and "escapes" from the art world. This beautifully designed clothbound monograph is a landmark publication for anyone interested in contemporary art, film, culture and the Beat era. [less]

2000 dragons = dragones : Don Ed Hardy

Don Ed Hardy, Renny Pritikin, Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena Gardens

2001    23 pages    (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts)

LCC: N6537 .H3475 A4 2001

Exhibition catalog. English and Spanish

Exhibition catalog. English and Spanish [less]

2001 DeCordova Annual Exhibition, The

Rachel Rosenfield Lafo, Nick Capasso, George Fifield, Jennifer Uhrhane

2001    24 pages    (DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA)

LCC: N6515 .A17 A4 2001

Exhibition featuring work by Ahmed Abdalla, Brett Bigbee, Kelly Heaton, Kelly Kaczynski, Richard Klein, Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Janice Redman, Marian Roth, Dean Snyder, Sarah Walker

Exhibition featuring work by Ahmed Abdalla, Brett Bigbee, Kelly Heaton, Kelly Kaczynski, Richard Klein, Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Janice Redman, Marian Roth, Dean Snyder, Sarah Walker [less]

2001 Entergy Louisiana Open

David S. Rubin

2001    28 pages    (Contemporary Arts Center)

LCC: N6530 .L8 R83 2001

Artists Featured Include: Courtney Egan, Michelle Elmore, Michael Guidry, Tim Hailey, Francis Ruello, Gerry Wubben, etc. "Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Lupin Foundation and First Floor Galleries, July 14-September 16, 2001" Includes bibliographical references. [...]

Artists Featured Include: Courtney Egan, Michelle Elmore, Michael Guidry, Tim Hailey, Francis Ruello, Gerry Wubben, etc. "Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Lupin Foundation and First Floor Galleries, July 14-September 16, 2001"
Includes bibliographical references. [less]

2015 Imagens: 1 Ano No Teatro Municipal Do Porto

Teatro Municipal do Porto

2015    (Teatro Municipal do Porto)

LCC: PN2791 .I43 2015

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010101: Art in Technological Times

2001    152 pages    (San Francisco Museum)

LCC: N72 .T4 A123 2001

This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition 010101: Art in Technological Times, organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and on view March 3 to July 8, 2001

This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition 010101: Art in Technological Times, organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and on view March 3 to July 8, 2001 [less]

12,000 Years Collapsing Into Eight Seconds

Michael Campbell

1900    (Southern Alberta Art Gallery)

LCC: N6549 .C357 A4 2002

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A. A. BRONSON: The Quick & the Dead (with CD)

A.A. Bronson

2003    80 pages    (Power Plant, The)

LCC: N6549 .B754 Q53 2003

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Abi Spring: White

Abi Spring, D. K. Row

2007    (Chambers Gallery)

LCC: N6537 .S675 A4 2007

Exhibition catalogue

Exhibition catalogue [less]

Aboriginal Art A&I (Art and Ideas)

Howard Morphy

1998    448 pages    (Phaidon Press)

LCC: N7401 .M65 1998

For thousands of years, Australian Aborigines have been making art. A manifestation of the creative forces of Dreamtime, art is also a fundamental means of expressing individual and group identity. Howard Morphy surveys the great variety in Aboriginal art, showing the inter-relationships between such diverse art forms as body painting, dance, the decoration of weapons and utensils, and painting on bark and canvas.

For thousands of years, Australian Aborigines have been making art. A manifestation of the creative forces of Dreamtime, art is also a fundamental means of expressing individual and group identity. Howard Morphy surveys the great variety in Aboriginal art, showing the inter-relationships between such diverse art forms as body painting, dance, the decoration of weapons and utensils, and painting on bark and canvas. [less]

Abstract expressionist drawings, 1941-1955 : November 5 to December 30, 1988.

Janie C. Lee Master Drawings (Gallery)

1988    56 pages   

LCC: NC108 .A27 1988

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Abstract: Leonie Guyer, Ruth Laskey, Lynne Woods Turner

Lawrence, et al. (Texts by); Snyder, Stephanie (Introduction by) Rinder

2010    (Reed College Art Gallery)

LCC: N4396 .A27 A4 2010

All was a far / Franck André Jamme -- Introduction / Stephanie Snyder -- The abstract possible / Lawrence Rinder -- Léonie Guyer -- Ruth Lasky -- Lynne Woods Turner -- Essays / Stephanie Snyder -- Study for abstract / Heather Watkins -- Interior views. [...]

All was a far / Franck André Jamme --
Introduction / Stephanie Snyder --
The abstract possible / Lawrence Rinder --
Léonie Guyer --
Ruth Lasky --
Lynne Woods Turner --
Essays / Stephanie Snyder --
Study for abstract / Heather Watkins --
Interior views. [less]

Abstract Painting Redefined

Cie Goulet

1985    (Louis K Meisel Gallery)

LCC: ND196 .A2 A257 1985

Catlog of exhibition featuring Dennis Ashbaugh, Gregory Amenoff, Frances Barth, Stanley Boxer, Ross Bleckner, Howard Buchwald, Max Cole, Michael Goldberg, George Green, Tom Holland, Ralph Humphrey, Valerie Jaudon, Terence LaNoue, Hugh O'Donnell, Peter Plagens, Joanna Pousette-Dart, Rodney Ripps, Frank Roth, Gary Stephen, Jack Youngerman, Robert Zakanitch February 16 - March 30, 1985 [...]

Catlog of exhibition featuring Dennis Ashbaugh, Gregory Amenoff, Frances Barth, Stanley Boxer, Ross Bleckner, Howard Buchwald, Max Cole, Michael Goldberg, George Green, Tom Holland, Ralph Humphrey, Valerie Jaudon, Terence LaNoue, Hugh O'Donnell, Peter Plagens, Joanna Pousette-Dart, Rodney Ripps, Frank Roth, Gary Stephen, Jack Youngerman, Robert Zakanitch

February 16 - March 30, 1985 [less]

 
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