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2016, ISBN: 9780811862318
Taschenbuch, Gebundene Ausgabe, ID: 895797708
Taipei, Taiwan: Lin & Ken Gallery, Inc. , 2004. First Edition. First Printing.. Softcover. As New/No Dust Jacket, As Issued.. Taipei, Taiwan: Lin & Ken Gallery, Inc. , 2004. Softcover. As New/None, As Issued. First Edition/First Printing. 46 pages. Exhibition Catalog. One of Zhang Hongtu's most important achievements. The first and only edition. Published in a tiny first print run as a softcover original only. The Catalog is now rare. A brilliant production by Zhang Hongtu and Lin & Ken Gallery: Regular-sized volume format. Pictorial softcovers with titles on the cover and spine, as issued. Art by Zhang Hongtu. Text by Paul Laster in the English original and Chinese translation. Printed on pristine-white, thick coated stock paper in Taipei, Taiwan to the highest standards. Without DJ, as issued. Published on the occasion of the landmark exhibition of the same name held at the Lin & Ken Gallery Taipei in 2004. The show travelled on to other major venues, including the United States. Presents "Zhang Hongtu: Dialogue With The Taipei Palace Museum". East Meets East, and the twain unite and part ways at the same time, in post-modern fashion. "A pioneer in contemporary Chinese art, Zhang created the first example of China Pop art. His oeuvre is as diverse, intellectually complex, and engaging as it is entertaining. From painting and sculpture to computer-generated works and multi-media projects, Zhang's art is equally rich in terms of China's history and its current events, containing profound reflections on China's oldest cultural habits and contemporary preoccupations. He provides a model of cross-cultural interaction designed to make Asian and Western audiences look more closely at each other, and at themselves, in order to recognize the beliefs they hold dear and the unexamined values they adhere to. From his early work in China during the Cultural Revolution to his decades as an artist in New York, Zhang reflects the complex attitudes of a scholar-artist toward modernity, as well as toward Asian and Western societies and finally, himself " (Publisher's blurb). Placing Zhang Hongtu in the context of his cultural milieu both in China and the Chinese-immigrant community in America is essential. Often compared to Ai Wei Wei and Liu Bolin, his contemporaries, Hongtu's adaptations of Classial Chinese art to reflect a contemporary sensibility, his relation to Cubism and Social Realism, and his visual critique of China's ongoing environmental crises represent very different approaches and concerns from his equally famous and brilliant colleagues. An absolute "must-have" title for Zhang Hongtu collectors. <b><i> This copy is very prominently and beautifullly signed and dated in black ink-pen on the front free endpaper by the artist: "Zhang Hongtu 02/28/2016". It is signed directly on the page itself, not on a tipped-in page. This title is now collectible. As far as we know, this is the only such signed copy of the Exhibition Catalog available online and is in especially fine condition: Clean, crisp, and bright, a pristine beauty. A rare signed copy thus. </b></i>Lavishly illustrated with color plates. One of the most brilliant Chinese-American artists of our time. A fine copy. (SEE ALSO LIU BOLIN TITLE IN OUR CATALOG). ISBN 9578238274., Lin & Ken Gallery, Inc., 2004, México, D.F: Turner; Conaculta ; Gobierno de Michoacán ; UNAM , 2006. 30.5cm. 262p b/w, duo tone and color plates., ports., facs., visual poetry, cat., bio/chron., bibls., color pict. d.j., OCLC: 122556714 . A retrospective of artist Palau (b. Spain 1934, has lived in Mexico since 1940) and her artwork created from 1962 to 2003. The artist started as an engraver and later experimented with diverse techniques (painting, monumental sculpture, tapestry and istallation) and materials (mud, wood, corn leaves amate paper) and has recently been fascinated with the rock art of Baja California although her main inspirational topic continues to be the conficted border between Mexico and the United States. The concept "Naualli" that gives the book its name, it's a feminine chaman, an ancestral combination of witch, sorceress, healer and fortune teller that Palau first represented in 1989 as a vaginal opening and still uses in her creations along with other pieces inspired by the forms of worship and mythology of the descendants of the K'miai, Cochimi, Cucapah, Pai Pai and Kiliwa and other ethnic groups of which fewer than 20 remains. Includes some good information on the circle of avant guarde artist/friends around her such as Matais Goeritz, Francisco Elso, and her famous workshop at the Second Havana Biennial. The book includes texts by art historians: José Luis Barrios, Emilio Carballido, Rita Eder, Renato González Mello, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Gerardo Mosquera, Francisco Reyes and Ida Rodríguez. An important reference. ENGLISH AND SPANISH TEXTS., Turner; Conaculta ; Gobierno de Michoac; UNAM , 2006, Chronicle Books, 2008. Hardcover. New. A Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer journeys across the United States to document a rich diversity of dance styles and dancers, from classical ballet to the exotic vitality of salsa, in a dramatic visual study that includes interviews with dancers from every region of the globe.SKU: MM-60584690; EAN: 9780811862318, Chronicle Books, 2008
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From the controlled beauty of classical ballet to the vivacity of salsa, dance can be found in nearly every culture on Earth. Shall We Dance is the result of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Lanker's year of travel across the United States, documenting the huge variety of styles (from tap to tango, salsa to swing) and dancers he encountered. What began as a photo-essay for National Geographic soon expanded into a vast documentary project, which includes interviews with dancers from all corners of the globe. Shall We Dance celebrates dance's diversity of culture and capacity to express every emotion imaginable. Featuring a foreword by legendary writer, and former dancer, Maya Angelou, this volume is a treasure trove of dance from around the world. arts music and photography,biographical,biographies,biographies and history,biography and history,collections catalogues and exhibitions,dance,performing arts,photography,teen and young adult Photography, Chronicle Books
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From the controlled beauty of classical ballet to the vivacity of salsa, dance can be found in nearly every culture on Earth. Shall We Dance is the result of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Lanker's year of travel across the United States, documenting the huge variety of styles (from tap to tango, salsa to swing) and dancers he encountered. What began as a photo-essay for National Geographic soon expanded into a vast documentary project, which includes interviews with dancers from all corners of the globe. Shall We Dance celebrates dance's diversity of culture and capacity to express every emotion imaginable. Featuring a foreword by legendary writer, and former dancer, Maya Angelou, this volume is a treasure trove of dance from around the world. Shall We Dance? Lanker, Brian / Angelou, Maya, Chronicle Books (CA)
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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780811862318
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0811862313
Herausgeber: CHRONICLE BOOKS
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