Appearance stripped bare
Desire and the object in the work of Marcel Duchamp and Jeff kKoons, even - édition en anglais
In the first half of the 20th century, Marcel Duchamp redefined what we consider art and what it means to be an artist. Many of his ideas return, transformed, in the work of Jeff Koons, born when Duchamp was 68 years old and whose own career lit up the art world of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. This is the first book to explore the affinities between these two highly influential artists, whose creative universes similarly question the function of objects and the allure of commodities.
International art historians, writers, and curators contribute their expertise on topics such as each artist's persona, as well as reflecting on the influence of technology and sexuality on their work. The publication of this intriguing book coincides with an exhibition at the Museo Jumex in Mexico City, opening in May 2019.
Daniel Birnbaum is director of Moderna Museet, Stockholm, and in 2019 will become director of Acute Art, London.
Elena Filipovic is director of Kunsthalle Basel.
Massimiliano Gioni is artistic director at the New Museum, New York.
Thomas Girst is author of The Duchamp Dictionary, among other books.
John Kelsey is an American critic, artist, and gallerist.
Maria Minera is a Mexico City-based independent scholar and art critic.
Helen Molesworth is an American curator of contemporary art.
Francis Naumann is a New York-based scholar specializing in Duchamp and Dada.
Calvin Tomkins is a staff writer for the The New Yorker and author of more than a dozen books, including Duchamp: A Biography.
Dorothea von Hantelmann is a Berlin-based art historian and theorist.
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|Nb. de pages||240|
|Format||22 x 30|
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