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Miranda July

Publisher: Munich ; New York : Prestel Verlag, 2020. ©2020
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
"The work of Miranda July - the most impressively cross-disciplinary artist of her generation - is brought into focus in this mid-career retrospective. From her early rarely seen Riot Grrrl-influenced fanzines and performances to a career that has produced seminal films, fiction, sculptures, public art, and even a smartphone app, Miranda July has proven adept at articulating the poignancy and humor of the human  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Miranda July; Miranda July; Miranda July
Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9783791385211 3791385216
OCLC Number: 1109404242
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 224 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm
Contents: Conversation between Miranda July and Julia Bryan-Wilson --
Works 1992-2020. Works 1992-2020. The lifers + more plays --
Snarla --
Bands --
Early performances --
Big Miss Moviola / Joanie 4 Jackie --
Short films --
Shoes --
Love diamond --
Learning to love you more --
The swan tool --
The drifters --
No one belongs here more than you --
Me and you and everyone we know --
Things we don't understand and definitely are not going to talk about --
Window shade for the thing --
The auction --
The hallway --
Eleven heavy things --
Extras --
The future --
It chooses you --
We think alone --
The first bad man --
Somebody --
New society --
May 14, 2016 / by Paul Ford and Miranda July --
Ripped poster --
Artangel and Miranda July present Norwood Jewish Charity Shop, the London Buddhist Centre Charity Shop & Spitalfields Crypt Trust Charity Shop in solidarity with Islamic Relief Charity Shop at Selfridges --
I'm the president, baby --
Responsibility: [Miranda July].


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"Titled simply Miranda July, Prestel's excellent new "mid-career retrospective" of the artist highlights July's enduring interest in the very darkest aspects of human existence." -Hyperallergic "If Read more...

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