Category Archives: Fotografia

Matthew Barney (books/catalogue – DVD – Multiple Limited Edition –

 

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Matthew Barney: Drawing Restraint Vol.1, 1987-2002, € 70,00

Author(s): Francis McKee, Hans Ulrich Obrist                                                                            

edition dated 2005 24x17cm (HxL) – 96 pag. English

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Matthew Barney: Drawing Restraint Vol. 2, € 70,00

Texts by Yuko Hasegawa, Luc Steels and Shinichi Nakazawa


Published on the occasion of the exhibition:


Matthew Barney: DRAWING RESTRAINT

21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan                                     edition dated 2005, 6.75 x 9.5 inches – 164 pag. English

All in the Present Must Be Transformed Barney and Beuys

 All in the Present Must be Transformed: Matthew Barney and Joseph Beuys.
Berlin: Deutsche Guggenheim (2006).

€ 200,00

Edited by Nancy Spector with contributions by Spector, Christian Scheidemann, Mark Taylor, and Nat Trotman
Published in 2006
164 pages, fully illustrated
7 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches
English

All in the Present Must Be Transformed: Matthew Barney and Joseph Beuys examines key affinities between these two seminal twentieth-century artists, who, though separated by generation and geography, share many aesthetic and conceptual concerns. Published in conjunction with the exhibition at the Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin, it focuses on the two artists’ metaphoric use of materials, their interest in metamorphosis, their employment of narrative structures and the relationship between action and documentation in their work. The exhibition, whose content is drawn largely from the Guggenheim’s substantial permanent collection, pairs a selection of drawings and vitrines by both artists, as well as Barney’s multipart sculpture, “Chrysler Imperial” (2002) from Cremaster 3, with Beuys’ installation “Terremoto” (1981). The book examines the performative side of both artists’ practices, as evidenced by the way each has theatricalized his own sculptural production. In addition, it documents both artists’ one-person exhibitions at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York and includes an extensive selection of drawings and key comparative works.

Paolo Monti – Volatilissimi. The Most Dangerous Money

Paolo-Monti-Flying dollar, 2005

Lunedì 11 Aprile 2016 s’inaugura la mostra di Paolo Monti Volatilissimi. The Most Dangerous Money a cura di Piero Pala.

Saranno esposte opere realizzate dalla fine degli anni ’70 a oggi, incentrate sull’oggetto denaro, nello stesso tempo tema principale della ricerca e materiale elettivo dall’artista.

Assieme alle opere più note come Valere tanto quanto (1980), Perimetrazioni (1988), Immagine di dollaro (1989) è presente, per la prima volta in Italia, l’installazione interattiva “Odoralo è buono” esposta nel 2001 a Konstanz in Germania.

La mostra rientra in un progetto espositivo che, in quattro appuntamenti, ripercorre i temi trattati da Monti nella sua trentennale ricerca posta al limite tra arte-scienza-economia-epistemologia.

 

Volatilissimi. The Most Dangerous Money è allestita nel Pied à Terre 37788, galleria di terra gemellata a quella che Monti ha in orbita dal 2011 sul satellite EduSat 37788 con a bordo l’opera TazebAu s’pace – Sindone 21’37”.

Lunedì 24 ottobre 2016 apertura speciale Volatili$$imi. The Most Dangerous Money.

La mostra, inaugurata l’11 Aprile, rimane aperta su appuntamento fino al 16 gennaio 2017 ottobre p.v.

11 aprile e 24 ottobre dalle ore 18:00 alle 21:00
12 aprile – 20 marzo 2017 su appuntamento.

 

info:

Laura Rossi 338 8107315

Pied à Terre – Via Ascoli Piceno 15-15/A – Roma

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