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Thu Oct 16 17:56:07 2014 UTClccn-n940238120.22Sturtevant : the sixties : Lichtenstein, Warhol, Wesselmann, Rosenquist /0.821.00Sturtevant, 1987264993475n 940238123564382Elaine SturtevantSturtevantSturtevant, Elaine, 1924-2014viaf-50027577Sturtevant, Elainelccn-no2010133601Esparceil, Anne-Julielccn-n80046801Musée d'art moderne de la ville de Parislccn-n86048088Museum für Moderne Kunst (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)viaf-147356743Hainley, Bruceviaf-220470491Kittelmann, Udolccn-n91124360Kramer, Mario1956-np-maculan, lenaMaculan, Lenalccn-n88217084Kunsthalle Zürichlccn-n50069325Moderna museet (Stockholm, Sweden)Sturtevant1924-2014Exhibition catalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsSturtevant,Conceptual artInstallations (Art)Art, AmericanFrance--ParisVideo artUnited StatesGermany--Frankfurt am MainAppropriation (Art)Don Quixote (Fictitious character) in artVideo installations (Art)Arts, ModernWekua, Andro,Artists' booksPop artImitation in art1924201419731987198919922001200320042006200920102011201220135511518709.2N6537.S7891ocn709892149book20110.47Parkett. Sturtevant, Andro Wekua, Kerstin Brätsch, Paul Chan, insert, Silke Otto-Knapp+-+439730254851ocn064664129book20030.22Hofmaier, JamesSturtevant : the sixties : Lichtenstein, Warhol, Wesselmann, RosenquistCatalogs21ocn607158980file20040.88SturtevantSturtevantCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsExhibition catalogs11ocn883034767file0.47SturtevantFinite infinite11ocn650310477visu20011.00Interior/exterior visibilitiesSturtevant turns the concept of originality on its head. All of her works are copies of the works of other artists; none is an original. Her work includes copies of works by Andy Warhol, Marcel Duchamp, Joseph Beuys, Frank Stella, Felix Gonzalez-Torres. She masters painting, sculpture, photography and film in order to produce a full range of copies of the works of her chosen artists. In most cases, her decision to start copying an artist happened before those artists achieved broader recognition. Nearly all of the artists she chose to copy are today considered iconic for their time or style. This has given rise to discussions amongst art critics on how it has been possible for Sturtevant to identify these now famous artists at such an early stage1353ocn644590920book20100.86SturtevantSturtevant : the razzle dazzle of thinkingCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsPublié à l'occasion de l'exposition présentée du 5 février au 25 avril 2010 au Musée d'Art Moderne Paris. Le présent ouvrage propose une sélection de pièces majeures de l'artiste américaine Elaine Sturtevant dont l'inédite House of Horrors (2010), un train fantôme grandeur nature spécialement conçu pour cette première monographie à Paris, ainsi que Elastic Tango (2010), une pièce de théâtre vidéo en trois actes sur neuf moniteurs. Précédant de 15 ans le mouvement des Appropriationnistes des années 1980, Sturtevant a d'emblée répliqué le travail d'autres artistes tels qu'Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, Marcel Duchamp, Joseph Beuys, Frank Stella ou Felix Gonzalez-Torres, avant que leur travail ne soit reconnu sur la scène internationale. Intuition visionnaire donc, mise ici aussi en lumière. Bilingue français-anglais+-+65459128581041ocn869010394book20130.74Hainley, BruceUnder the sign of (sic) : Sturtevant's Volte-faceCriticism, interpretation, etc811ocn059356973book20040.88SturtevantSturtevantCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsExhibition catalogs+-+0039620228621ocn794137221book20120.93SturtevantBild over bild : image over imageInterviewsExhibition catalogs371ocn027735515book19920.77SturtevantSturtevantCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogscatalogue raisonné351ocn000828056book19730.93SturtevantStudies for Warhol's 'Marilyns Beuys'; actions and objects Duchamps'; etc., including film281ocn070177936book20060.74Vahrson, ViolaDie Radikalität der Wiederholung : Interferenzen und Paradoxien im Werk SturtevantsCriticism, interpretation, etc241ocn855890129book20130.82SturtevantFinite infiniteExhibition catalogsFlip booksThis flipbook reprises one of Sturtevant's more recent works, Finite Infinite (2010)--a large-scale projection that features a dog running in an endless loop across an expanse of grass. Themes of repetition in Sturtevant's art are explicated in an essay by Daniel Birnbaum211ocn286496506book20090.82SturtevantSturtevant, author of the Quixote+-+772951013841ocn075313602book19890.82SturtevantExhibition catalogs21ocn502455202book19871.00SturtevantSturtevant, 1987Exhibition catalogs+-+4397302548+-+4397302548Thu Oct 16 15:28:04 EDT 2014batch9471