|Statement||Nancy Doll ... [et al.].|
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|Pagination||95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
Jessica Stockholder at Galerie Xavier Hufkens. Skin. Your Skin in the Weather. Quiet. Quiet Stops Rattling Thin Air. Vortex. Vortex in the Play of Theater with Real Passion. Jam. Color Jam. Roots. Of Standing Float Roots in Thin Air. Nails. TV Tipped Toe Nails & the Green Salami. Jessica Stockholder (Phaidon Contemporary Artist Series) Paperback – Octo by Editors of Phaidon Press (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from /5(2). Jessica Stockholder book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This text focuses on Jessica Stockholder, and her huge installations a /5(17). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: color illustrations ; 29 cm: Contents: Interview: Lynne Tillman in conversation with Jessica Stockholder --Survey: The magic of sobriety / Barry Schwabsky --Focus: A suite for --three Oranges / Lynne Cooke --Artist's choice: The origin of consciousness in the breadown of the bicameral mind (extract), / .
Jessica Stockholder. Published by Richter Verlag. Essays by Christoph Brockhaus, John Yau, Armin Zweite, Gottlieb Leinz and Pia Müller-Tamm. Through the poetic clash of everyday materials, diverse surfaces, pop colors and patterns galore, Jessica Stockholder has achieved an aesthetic that is at once hot pink, wooly, artificial and quilted. Works Published by Marquand Books/Blaffer Gallery/Weatherspoon Art Museum, Edited by Nancy Doll and Terrie Sultan. Essays by Elspeth Carruthers and Miwon Kwon. Through her use of color and assemblage, Jessica Stockholder challenges familiar generic boundaries between painting and sculpture, while de-familiarizing the experience. Jessica Stockholder Coating solo project book published by les Compagnons du Sagittaire Lehrer-Graiwer, Sarah, , Critics’ Picks: Jessica Stockholder, PE, September b. , Seattle, WA Lives and works in Chicago, IL Jessica Stockholder’s sprawling constructions have played a crucial role in expanding the dialogue between sculpture and painting and form and space. Within her work, the artist merges seemingly disparate, everyday objects to create holistic, colorful installations. Stockholder employs quotidian goods such as plastic bags and containers.
Jessica Stockholder has long broken down the boundaries between painting, sculpture, and architecture to explore the body in social and cultural space - using found objects intertwined with profusions of vivid colours. This revised, updated edition spotlights the extraordinary evolution of her career, and examines the pivotal role she has played in shaping some of the most fundamental ideas. Jessica Stockholder Quotes taken from the book Jessica Stockholder, published by Phaidon Artists Writings pg to Stockholder: In my work I am always concerned with the relationship between contradictory things, with the relationship between one part of the work to another, and the relationship of the work to the building it sits in.. The definitive book on a creative force who continues to influence sculpture and installation art Jessica Stockholder has long broken down the boundaries between painting, sculpture, and architecture to explore the body in social and cultural space -- using found objects intertwined with . IMAGE: Jessica Stockholder, A Freezer, Bathtub, oil paint, Chicago street lamp with LED light, rubber diamond pattern mat, plasticized green fabric, cast resin circle with Sculpey in resin x 70 x 77 inches. Installation view, Jessica Stockholder: Relational Aesthetics, The Contemporary Austin – Jones Center on Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas,