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Description: Memory Ware, Wood Grain, Carpet: these three series, already experimented with by Mike Kelley in the past, are brought together in this insightful publication. Kelley consciously presents a nexus of works whose similar surface treatments and…

Roni Horn

by Louise Neri

|January 5, 2000

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American artist Roni Horn is admired internationally for the quiet seriousness of her exquisitely conceived artworks. Horn has concentrated on a small, highly personal selection of subjects in her work: the tradition of Minimal sculpture, and our response to it;…

Goya

by Janis Tomlinson

|June 14, 1999

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This paperback edition of the award-winning study of the life and work of Goya is filled with the same fine reproductions as the original 1994 hardcover. Goya was one of Spain's greatest and most controversial painters, famous for incisive portraits and the…

Pipilotti Rist

by Peggy Phelan

|September 13, 2001

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Swiss-born artist Pipilotti Rist creates colourful multi-screen video works which, often with the pace and seduction of a pop promo, signal the birth of a new interdisciplinary art form. With such lighthearted artworks as Ever Is Over All presented at the 1997…

Lawrence Weiner

by Lawrence Weiner

|November 6, 1998

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Lawrence Weiner's art can appear painted across an entire building, floating inside a souvenir biro or sung as a lyric by a Country and Western band. One of the canonical conceptual artists of the 1960s, this American-born artist was among the first to…

Paul Graham

by Andrew Wilson

|October 10, 1996

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The ecstatic face of a disco dancer in Berlin; a rural panorama in Derry, where a country road has been made into a Pollock-like canvas of red, white and blue; an ashtray, framed by a lacy spray of blood in a Barcelona toilet. Paul Graham uses and abuses classic…