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California video : artists and histories

Author: Glenn Phillips; J. Paul Getty Museum.
Publisher: Los Angeles : Getty Research Institute : J. Paul Getty Museum, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since the late 1960s, California artists have been at the forefront of an international movement that has made video a central new medium in contemporary art. This illustrated volume--the first comprehensive survey of California video art--focuses on fifty-eight dynamic, provocative artists and collaboratives who have embraced video technology and expanded its possibilities. Whether designing complex sculptures and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Interviews
Exhibitions
Expositions
Entretiens
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
California video.
Los Angeles : Getty Research Institute : J. Paul Getty Museum, ©2008
(OCoLC)609060484
Named Person: John Baldessari; Bruce Nauman; William Wegman; Martha Rosler; Diana Thater; Bill Viola
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Glenn Phillips; J. Paul Getty Museum.
ISBN: 9780892369225 0892369221 9780892369232 089236923X
OCLC Number: 174134187
Notes: "This publication is issued in conjunction with the exhibition California video, held at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, from March 15 through June 8, 2008"--Colophon.
Description: xvi, 312 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
Contents: Artists. Alan Ackoff ; Eleanor Antin ; Skip Arnold ; David Askevold ; John Baldessari ; Enid Baxter Blader ; Stephen Beck ; Cathy Begien ; Ante Bozanich ; Brian Bress ; Nancy Buchanan ; Chris Burden ; Jeff Cain ; Jim Campbell ; Meg Cranston ; Peter d'Agostina ; Harry Dodge and Stanya Kahn ; Terry Fox ; Howard Fried ; Kip Fulbeck ; Arthur Ginsberg and Video Free America ; Sam Green ; Dale Hoyt ; Ulysses Jenkins ; Warner Jepson ; Allan Kaprow ; Hilja Keading ; Mike Kelley ; Martin Kersels ; The Kipper Kids (Martin Von Haselberg and Brian Routh) ; Lynn Marie Kirby ; Paul Kos ; Joanne Kyger ; Tony Labat ; Suzanne Lacy ; Euan Macdonald ; Cynthia Maughan ; Jay McCafferty ; Paul McCarthy ; Branda Miller ; Susan Mogul ; Bruce Nauman ; Tony Oursler ; Patti Podesta ; Joe Rees/Target Video 77 ; Martha Rosler ; Ilene Segalove ; Nina Sobell ; Jennifer Steinkamp ; Wolfgang Stoerchle ; John Sturgeon ; Erika Suderburg ; Skip Sweeney ; Diana Thater ; T.R. Uthco and Ant Farm ; Bill Viola ; William Wegman ; Bruce and Norman Yonemoto --
Histories. Recollections: a brief history of the video programs at the Long Beach Museum of Art ; Everything's important: a consideration of feminist video in the Woman's Building Collection / Meg Cranston ; Concept, art, and media: regarding California video / Robert R. Riley ; Art, TV, and the Long Beach Museum of Art: a short history / Kathy Rae Huffman ; L.A. video: uncensored / Bruce Yonemoto ; I ain't Cuba: the early video works of Tony Labat / Steve Seid ; "I am teaching video art" / Rita Gonzalez.
Responsibility: edited by Glenn Phillips.
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Since the late 1960s, California artists have been at the forefront of an international movement that has made video a central new medium in contemporary art. This illustrated volume--the first comprehensive survey of California video art--focuses on fifty-eight dynamic, provocative artists and collaboratives who have embraced video technology and expanded its possibilities. Whether designing complex sculptures and installations, devising lush projections, experimenting with electronic psychedelia, generating guerrilla video, or producing vanguard works that engage with feminism and other social issues, artists from Northern and Southern California have used video to express revolutionary ideas. Through dozens of interviews with pioneers and luminaries such as John Baldessari, Chris Burden, Mike Kelley, Martha Rosler, Diana Thater, Bill Viola, and William Wegman, California Video sheds new light on well-known artists and brings long-overdue recognition to others. The volume's commissioned essays, rare reprints, unpublished video transcripts, and hundreds of photographs reveal a distinctly West Coast aesthetic within the broader history of video art.

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