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著者: Chrissie Iles; Philippe Vergne; Tony Burlap; Whitney Museum of American Art.
出版商: New York : Whitney Museum of American Art : Distributed by H.N. Abrams, ©2006.
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Featuring the latest work by emerging and established American artists, Whitney Biennial 2006 accompanies the Whitney Museum of American Art's signature survey. The 73rd in a series of exhibitions inaugurated in 1932, this edition is organized by two internationally renowned curators: Chrissie Iles and Philippe Vergne. More than 100 artists and collaborative teams are included-recognized artists as well as those
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类型/形式: Exhibition catalogs
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提及的人: Kenneth Anger; Troy Brauntuch; Anne Collier; Peter Doig; Urs Fischer; Robert Gober; Mark Grotjahn; Steven Parrino; Elaine Sturtevant; Christopher Williams
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文档类型 图书
所有的著者/提供者: Chrissie Iles; Philippe Vergne; Tony Burlap; Whitney Museum of American Art.
ISBN: 0874271525 9780874271522
OCLC号码: 65167572
注释: "Published on the occasion of the 2006 Whitney Biennial; at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, March 2-May 28, 2006."
描述: 396 folded pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
内容: The Euclidean triangle / Toni Burlap --
Letter from Berlin / Molly Nesbit --
Dead flowers : oppositional culture and abandonment / Lia Gangitano --
Elastic film, mercurial cinema / Bradley Eros --
Some found text and borrowed ideas (Thanks Leo, Mel, Adrian, Jasper, Sherrie, Roland, Dan, Fred, and Douglas) / Johanna Burton --
Dark album / Neville Wakefield --
The technocultural imagination : life, art, and politics in the age of total connectivity / Siva Vaidhyanathan --
In the footsteps of Tocqueville / Bernard-Henri Lévy --
No child left behind / Bruce Hainley.
其他题名: Whitney biennial 2006, day for night
责任: Chrissie Iles and Philippe Vergne ; with contributions by Toni Burlap [and others].

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Featuring the latest work by emerging and established American artists, Whitney Biennial 2006 accompanies the Whitney Museum of American Art's signature survey. The 73rd in a series of exhibitions inaugurated in 1932, this edition is organized by two internationally renowned curators: Chrissie Iles and Philippe Vergne. More than 100 artists and collaborative teams are included-recognized artists as well as those whose work has never before been seen in a major museum. The Biennial has become a measure of the state of contemporary art in America today; as always, it will garner international attention.

"Published by the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, and accompanying an exhibition showing there through May 28, this well-illustrated (more than 200 b&w and color images) catalog features the works of 100-plus recognized and emerging artists, collaborative teams, and artists' organizations. Part 1 includes essays by Iles (curator, film & video, the Whitney) and Vergne (deputy director & chief curator, Walker Art Ctr., Minneapolis) as well as a foreword by the Whitney's director and nine written contributions by art historians, critics, teachers, and others seeking to evaluate and elucidate the current American art scene as evidenced in the show's various multimedia works. Part 2 comprises artist biographies, lists of artists and works in the exhibition, screening and performance schedules, and notes on the contributors. The book does contain one unconventional element in the form of a visual essay titled "Draw Me a Sheep," in which 99 foldout posters show artists' images over the last two years. Relatively well documented but lacking an index and bibliography, this catalog belongs on many large public, academic, and special library shelves, despite the awkward presentation of the aforementioned essay. Strongly recommended." --Cheryl Ann Lajos, Library Journal.

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