Timer 1: Contemporary Art After Nine Eleven by Demetrio PaparoniTimer 1: Contemporary Art After Nine Eleven by Demetrio Paparoni

Timer 1: Contemporary Art After Nine Eleven

EditorDemetrio Paparoni, Gianni Mercurio

Paperback | August 5, 2008

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Artists play a fundamental role as mirrors of society and can, in particular, give expression to specific corners of the world in our global economy. Timer 1 presents the work of eighty international artists from all generations. The overarching theme of this volume is "Intimità/Intimacy" and deals with the relationship the artist has with him/herself in the age of the telecommunications revolution. All works date from September 11th, 2001, a date forever stamped in our memories and a turning point in our history. Timer 1 explores the interior spaces of a new social context created after the attack on the Twin Towers.
Gianni Mercurio, curator and writer, lives and works in Rome. He is the author of The Andy Warhol Show (2004), The Keith Haring Show (2005), and The Jean-Michel Basquiat Show (2006) published by Skira. Demetrio Paparoni founded the contemporary art magazine Tema Celeste in 1983, acting as its editor-in-chief until 2000. He teaches the ...
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Title:Timer 1: Contemporary Art After Nine ElevenFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 11.08 × 9.51 × 1.12 inPublished:August 5, 2008Publisher:RizzoliLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:8861301908

ISBN - 13:9788861301900

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