Find a copy in the library
Finding libraries that hold this item...
|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc
|Named Person:||Paul Thek; Paul Thek; Paul Thek; Paul Thek; Paul Thek|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Elisabeth Sussman; Paul Thek; Lynn Zelevansky; George Baker; Whitney Museum of American Art.; Carnegie Museum of Art.; Hammer Museum.; et al
|Notes:||Published on the occasion of an exhibition held at the Whitney Museum of American Art, N.Y., Oct. 21, 2010-Jan. 9, 2011, the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Feb. 5-May 1, 2011, and the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, May 22-Sept. 4, 2011.|
|Description:||304 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.|
|Contents:||Life is just a bowl of cherries : the life and art of Paul Thek / Lynn Zelevansky --
Photography in life and death : Paul Thek and photography / Elisabeth Sussman --
"Magnificently schizophrenic" : Paul Thek and an Italian lesson / David Breslin --
Paul Thek and the sixties surreal / Scott Rothkopf --
I. New York, 1964-67: The tomb : A work in progress or, necessity is the mother of invention: the making of A procession in honor of aesthetic progress: objects to theoretically wear, carry, pull or wave / Michael Nickel --
II. Europe, 1967-68 : Beatitudes : remembering Paul Thek / Ann Wilson --
III. New York and Europe, 1969-76: Installations : Paul Thek at documenta 5: the case of an American-European reception / Susanne Neubauer ; A document ; Paul Thek: notes from the underground / George Baker --
IV. Europe and New York, 1974-77, New York, 1977-88, Thek's notebooks: a selection --
Works in the exhibition --
Delicate matter: two conservation case studies on the work of Paul Thek / Eleonora Nagy.
|Series Title:||A Whitney Museum of American Art book|
|Other Titles:||Diver, a retrospective|
|Responsibility:||Elisabeth Sussman and Lynn Zelevansky ; with contributions by George Baker ... [et al.].|
"This carefully, genuinely critical appreciation of Thek's art reinforces and raises readers' admiration for the artist and will shape analyses of his contributions to the neo-Dada tradition."-W. B.