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BLINKY PALERMO. Retrospective 1964-1977.

BLINKY PALERMO ( 1943 - 1977 )

DESCRIPTION:
The first retrospective in the U.S. to feature German artist Blinky Palermo (1943-1977) includes more than 60 works, most of which have never before been shown in North America. This beautifully illustrated volume spans the breadth of Palermo's brief but significant career and explores each phase, beginning with objects and paintings created shortly after he graduated from Joseph Beuys' class at the Dusseldorf Art Academy in the early 1960s and culminating with paintings he produced during his last years in both Germany and New York City. Palermo's oeuvre is customarily divided into four principal groupings: the Objects, the Cloth Pictures (Stoffbilder), the in situ Wall Paintings and Drawings, and the late Metal Pictures, including the epic "To the People of New York City" (1976), now in the collection of Dia Art Foundation. Blinky Palermo also addresses the artist's works on paper, including watercolours, sketches, preparatory studies, and prints that he made throughout his career. Essays by distinguished authors position the artist's work in relation to postwar American art and culture, which he greatly revered. Topics include the influence of the American milieu on the Metal Pictures; space and time in the Wall Drawings and Paintings; and the insights into Palermo's concerns and process afforded by his works on paper. The most comprehensive volume on Palermo's career to date, this important book offers a rare opportunity to explore in-depth the work of a remarkably innovative artist, pointing to Palermo's relevance and influence on a new generation of artists.

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:
Benjamin H. D. Buchloh is the Franklin D. and Florence Rosenblatt Professor of Modern Art at Harvard University. Lynne Cooke is curator-at-large at Dia Art Foundation, New York, and chief curator at the Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid. Suzanne Hudson is visiting assistant professor of art history at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Susanne Kuper is an art historian and freelance curator based in Berlin. James Lawrence is a critic and historian specialising in post-war and contemporary art. He is a frequent contributor to The Burlington Magazine.

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Emne Nutidskunst
Kunstner PALERMO, Blinky
Forfatter Buchloh, Benjamin H. D.
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 150 ill. i farver
Format / Sideantal 29 x 23 cm / 192 sider
Udgivelsesår 2010
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Yale University Press
Antikvarisk
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ISBN 9780300153668
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BLINKY PALERMO ( 1943 - 1977 )

DESCRIPTION:
The first retrospective in the U.S. to feature German artist Blinky Palermo (1943-1977) includes more than 60 works, most of which have never before been shown in North America. This beautifully illustrated volume spans the breadth of Palermo's brief but significant career and explores each phase, beginning with objects and paintings created shortly after he graduated from Joseph Beuys' class at the Dusseldorf Art Academy in the early 1960s and culminating with paintings he produced during his last years in both Germany and New York City. Palermo's oeuvre is customarily divided into four principal groupings: the Objects, the Cloth Pictures (Stoffbilder), the in situ Wall Paintings and Drawings, and the late Metal Pictures, including the epic "To the People of New York City" (1976), now in the collection of Dia Art Foundation. Blinky Palermo also addresses the artist's works on paper, including watercolours, sketches, preparatory studies, and prints that he made throughout his career. Essays by distinguished authors position the artist's work in relation to postwar American art and culture, which he greatly revered. Topics include the influence of the American milieu on the Metal Pictures; space and time in the Wall Drawings and Paintings; and the insights into Palermo's concerns and process afforded by his works on paper. The most comprehensive volume on Palermo's career to date, this important book offers a rare opportunity to explore in-depth the work of a remarkably innovative artist, pointing to Palermo's relevance and influence on a new generation of artists.

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:
Benjamin H. D. Buchloh is the Franklin D. and Florence Rosenblatt Professor of Modern Art at Harvard University. Lynne Cooke is curator-at-large at Dia Art Foundation, New York, and chief curator at the Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid. Suzanne Hudson is visiting assistant professor of art history at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Susanne Kuper is an art historian and freelance curator based in Berlin. James Lawrence is a critic and historian specialising in post-war and contemporary art. He is a frequent contributor to The Burlington Magazine.