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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Roxana Marcoci; Geoffrey Batchen; Tobia Bezzola; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.); Kunsthaus Zürich.
|Notes:||Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Aug. 1-Nov. 1, 2010 and the Kunsthaus, Zürich, Feb. 25-May 15, 2011.|
|Description:||256 p. : chiefly ill. (some col.) ; 32 cm.|
|Contents:||The original copy: photography of sculpture, 1839 to today / Roxana Marcoci --
An almost unlimited variety: photography and sculpture in the nineteenth century / Geoffrey Batchen --
From sculpture in photography to photography as plastic art / Tobia Bezzola --
Plates, with introductions / Roxana Marcoci --
I. Sculpture in the age of photography --
II. Eugène Atget: the marvelous in the everyday --
III. Auguste Rodin: The sculptor and the photographic enterprise --
IV. Constantin Brancusi: The studio as Groupe Mobile and the Photos Radieuses --
V. Marcel Duchamp's Box in a valise: the readymade as reproduction --
VI. Cultural and political icons --
VII. The studio without walls: sculpture in the expanded field --
VIII. Daguerre's soup: what is sculpture? --
IX. The pygmalion complex: animate and inanimate figures --
X. The performing body as sculptural object.
|Responsibility:||Roxana Marcoci ; with essays by Geoffrey Batchen and Tobia Bezzola.|