Los Carpinteros

Author: Elena Ochoa Foster
Publisher: Ivory Press
ISBN: 9780956433916
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Los Carpinteros from the Author: Elena Ochoa Foster. Catalog of an exhibition held at Ivorypress Art + Books, Madrid, May 4-July 24, 2010.

Los Carpinteros

Author: Gudrun Ankele
Publisher: Walther Konig
ISBN:
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Los Carpinteros from the Author: Gudrun Ankele. This monograph is a comprehensive survey of Los Carpinteros' work since 2003, their most critically acclaimed period. Since their first collaborations, which focused on the traditions of craftsmanship and the colonial architecture of Cuba, as well as the subversion of the craftsman and the artist, Los Carpinteros' installations, sculptures and watercolour paintings have explored the political potential of art. In their more recent works, they transform simple, everyday objects (such as beds, loudspeakers and coffee machines) in dreamlike and associative ways, cracking open the ambiguities of reality and producing moments of absurdity and humour.

Author: Elena Ochoa
Publisher:
ISBN:
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from the Author: Elena Ochoa. C international photo magazine dedicates its tenth volune to exploring the relationship between film and photography, two media with a common history and technology. The 35 artists in this issue help illustrate how cinema has influenced photography artistically, conceptually, and aesthetically, and how photography continues to resonate with film.

Michael Williams Things You Shouldn T Understand

Author: Michael Williams
Publisher: Karma, New York
ISBN: 9781942607632
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Michael Williams Things You Shouldn T Understand from the Author: Michael Williams. Things You Shouldn't Understand is the newest in a series of drawing books by Los Angeles-based painter Michael Williams (born 1978). It employs the motif of marker bleeding through a page to propel the narrative, each image repeating in mirror form and interacting with a new one on its facing page, as a psychedelic cast of creatures twists and turns.

Conrad Bakker

Author: Conrad Bakker
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781879003514
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Conrad Bakker from the Author: Conrad Bakker. Edited by Patricia Hickson. Text by Conrad Bakker, Kelly Baum.

In Cold Blood

Author: Truman Capote
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 1412848180
Size: 66.78 MB
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In Cold Blood from the Author: Truman Capote.

Blood On Paper

Author: Elena Foster
Publisher: Victoria & Albert Museum
ISBN: 9780955458538
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Blood On Paper from the Author: Elena Foster. At a time when the notion of the book is challenged by the advent of the screen and computer, Blood on Paper aims to show the extraordinary ways in which the book has been treated by leading artists of the past century. Focusing on new and contemporary work and on books where the artist has been the driving force in conception and design, this innovative book comprises a series of unbound booklets presented in a box. Almost all notable artists of the 20th and 21st centuries have produced books, or works that refer to books: those represented will include artists as diverse as Matisse, Picasso, David Hockney, Damien Hirst, Richard Long, Robert Motherwell and many others whose names are synonymous with art today.

Arte Contempor Neo Cubano De La Colecci N Farber

Author: Abelardo Mena Chicuri
Publisher: University Press of Florida
ISBN: 9780976255253
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Arte Contempor Neo Cubano De La Colecci N Farber from the Author: Abelardo Mena Chicuri. This volume presents 59 examples of contemporary Cuban art drawn from the distinguished collection of Howard and Patricia Farber (New York and Miami Beach). Created primarily during the 1980s, 1990s, and early 2000s, these evocative works represent the combination of utopian impulses and dystopian realities, the ruptures and new beginnings that have characterized Cuban art. Although the underlying issues are serious, many of the works are imbued with a sense of humor and irony, and all demonstrate a clear commitment to the Cuban homeland.

Cuba

Author: Fiona McAuslan
Publisher: Rough Guides
ISBN: 9781858289038
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Cuba from the Author: Fiona McAuslan. Provides information for travelers to Cuba on resorts, lodging, restaurants, transportation, currency, history, and culture.