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The raft : art is (not) lonely

Author: Jan Fabre; Joanna De Vos; Kunstmuseum aan Zee,
Publisher: Tielt : Lannoo, [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Raft. Art is (Not) Lonely, like the eponymous exhibition in Ostend, is about the imagination of the expedition and the destination of the artist. Curators Jan Fabre and Joanna De Vos invited 73 artists to the panoramic North Sea where they were inspired by the metaphor of the raft, or by the two key works in the exhibition: The Raft of the Medusa (1818) by Théodore Géricault and Art is (Not) Lonely (1986) by  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
In art Exhibitions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jan Fabre; Joanna De Vos; Kunstmuseum aan Zee,
ISBN: 9789401448611 9401448612
OCLC Number: 1004256624
Notes: Catalog of the exhibition organized by Mu.ZEE, held at several locations in Ostend, Belgium, October 22, 2017-April 15, 2018.
"The exhibition has the express intention of bringing people together in places where they have never been before ... by seeking out locations in Ostend ... that are scarcely known"--Page [9].
Description: 336 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 29 cm
Contents: Prologue. [Foreword] / Johan Vande Lanotte --
[Foreword] / Peter Craeymeersch --
The Raft. Art is (not) lonely / Jan Fabre --
Performance art: the Raft of Renaissance / Joanna De Vos --
The shipwreck of the moral world, or The fraternal utopia of Géricault's Raft / Bruno Chenique --
Works Artists. Marina Abramović ; Carlos Aires ; Penny Arcade ; Ruben Bellinkx ; Ben Benaouisse ; Elisabetta Benassi ; Julius von Bismarck ; Michaël Borremans ; Peter Buggenhout ; Pedro Valdez Cardoso ; Romeo Castellucci ; Berlinde de Bruyckere ; Messieurs Delmotte ; Marijke de Roover ; Robert Devriendt ; Ivo Dimchev ; Manfred Erjautz ; Bruna Esposito ; Mike Figgis ; Michael Fliri ; Aslan Gaisumov ; Regina José Galindo ; Rodrigo García ; Alberto Garutti ; Pieter Geenen ; Florian Graf ; Hans van Houwelingen ; Oda Jaune ; Ilya & Emilia Kabakov ; Sigalit Landau ; Tom Liekens ; Jacques Lizène ; Enrique Marty ; Steve McQueen ; Fabien Mérelle ; Aernout Mik ; Jorge Molder ; Linda Molenaar ; Nástio Mosquito ; Johan Muyle ; Katie O'Hagan ; OHNO COOPERATION ; ORLAN ; Johanna van Overmeir ; Adrian Paci ; Ria Pacqueé ; Jean-Luc Parant ; Denis Patrakeev ; Mikes Poppe ; Daniele Puppi ; Monty Python ; Enrique Ramirez ; Antoine Roegiers ; Mika Rottenberg ; Julião Sarmento ; Kelly Schacht ; Chiharu Shiota ; Giuseppe Stampone ; Berend Strik ; Akemi Takeya ; Koen Theys ; Filippos Tsitsopoulos ; Luc Tuymans ; Stefaan van Akoleyen ; Jan van Imschoot ; Philippe van Snick ; Vestandpage ; Bill Viola ; Alex van Warmerdam ; Andy Wauman ; Robert Wilson ; Chantal Yzermans ; Mary Zygouri --
Epilogue.
Other Titles: Art is (not) lonely
Responsibility: curators, Jan Fabre, Joannna de Vos.

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The sequel to Jan Hoet's "The Sea", including works of art by 75 artists, starring Marina Abramovic, Michael Borremans, Romeo Castellucci, Steve McQueen, Luc Tuymans and many more.  Read more...

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