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Remastered : die Kunst der Aneignung = the art of appropriation

Author: Florian Steininger; Verena Gamper; Michael Strand; Kunst.Halle.Krems,
Publisher: Köln : Buchhandlung Walther König, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : German : 1. Auflage
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At first sight, this may seem anachronistic, as we live in times marked by an almost iconoclastic storm of media images that reduces any visual material to the same level of meaning. With regard to the seemingly endless possibilities, however, the appropriation of artworks and thus of a relatively small and, moreover, extremely charged segment of image production, raises exciting questions, with a poignancy that  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Florian Steininger; Verena Gamper; Michael Strand; Kunst.Halle.Krems,
ISBN: 9783960982524 3960982526 9783901261718 3901261710
OCLC Number: 1012564148
Language Note: Parallel texts in German and English.
Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held at Kunsthalle Krems, November 26, 2017 - February 18, 2018.
Description: 208 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 28 cm
Contents: Aneignung als Bialog: Kunstwerke unter sich = Appropriation as dialogue: Artworks among themselves / Verena Gamper --
Alphabet der Aneignung = Alphabet of appropriation --
Enrico Baj --
John Boldessari --
Anca Benera & Arnold Estefán --
Jake & Dinos Chapman --
Mel Chin & GALA Committee --
Gintaras Didziapetris --
Braco Dimitrijević --
Marcel Duchamp --
Simon Dybbroe Moller --
Luigi Ghirri --
Rodney Graham --
G.R.A.M. --
Aneta Grzesykowska --
Herbert Hinteregger --
Wo Aneignung war, soll Zueignung werden = Dedication replacing appropriation / Isabelle Graw --
William E. Jones --
Asger Jorn --
Martin Kippenberger --
Matthias Klos & Christian Wallner --
Bertrand Lavier --
Louise Lawler --
Sherrie Levine --
Kazimir Malevich (Pseud.) --
Man Ray --
Jonathan Monk --
Klaus Mosettig --
Ciprian Muresan --
Richard Pettibone --
Lisl Ponger --
Nada Prlja --
Arnulf Rainer --
Thomas Ruff --
Misha Stroj --
Sturtevant --
Rosemarie Trockel --
Gavin Turk --
Martin Wöhrl --
Remastered: Film --
Wahlverwandtschaften = Elective affinities / Naoko Kaltschmidt --
Anna Artaker & Lilla Khoór --
Antje Ehmann & Harun Farocki --
Johann Lurf --
Lydia Nsiah --
Mathias Poledna --
Constanze Ruhm --
Allan Sekula & Noël Burch --
Nadim Vardag --
Ming Wong --
Florian Zeyfang --
Die Kunst der Aneignung - ein urheberrechtlicher Hochseilakt? = The art of appropriation - Dancing on the copyright tightrope? / Guido Kucsko.
Other Titles: Kunst der Aneignung
Art of appropriation
Responsibility: hg. von = ed. by Florian Steininger & Verena Gamper ; Englische Übersetzung = English translations, Michael Strand.

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At first sight, this may seem anachronistic, as we live in times marked by an almost iconoclastic storm of media images that reduces any visual material to the same level of meaning. With regard to the seemingly endless possibilities, however, the appropriation of artworks and thus of a relatively small and, moreover, extremely charged segment of image production, raises exciting questions, with a poignancy that would be impossible when it comes to the integration of non-art material. Like a magnifying glass, this enables a concentrated view of the various aspects of appropriation, providing both eloquent and insightful comments on the field of art and its systems of reference. In combining historic works of Appropriation Art, contemporary positions and works which partly yet have to be illuminated from this point of view, the art of appropriation is analyzed in its unique complexity.00Exhibition: Kunsthalle Krems, Germany (26.11.2017-18.02.2018).

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