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JOSEPHINE MECKSEPER

JOSEPHINE MECKSEPER (1964-)

“The aggressive conflict between different social viewpoints is a strong component of Josephine Meckseper’s work.” (Monopol)

At the center of Josephine Meckseper’s work are critical observations of consumerism and the aesthetization of politics. Fascinated by the direct contrast of advertising and political reports in newspapers, her works also criticize the typical classifications of high and low culture. Born in Germany in 1964, based in New York, Meckseper now turns her attention to popular political culture in films of anti-Bush demonstrations and protest marches in Berlin. In her shop-windows installations and hand-sewn fabric works, which combine such things as Palestinian shawls and other left-wing insignia with fashion accessories, she asks if there is a difference between consumer articles and political symbols? Featuring films, collages, paintings, sculptures, and installations, this publication provides a concise overview of the artist’s different visual worlds.

Exhibition schedule: Kunstmuseum Stuttgart.

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Emne Nutidskunst{Skulptur
Kunstner MECKSEPER, Josephine
Forfatter Diverse
Sprog Engelsk/tysk
Illustrationer 140 ill, heraf 112 i farver
Format / Sideantal 30 x 25 cm / 168
Udgivelsesår 2007
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Hatje Cantz Publishers
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9783775719865
Lev. 3 dage

JOSEPHINE MECKSEPER (1964-)

“The aggressive conflict between different social viewpoints is a strong component of Josephine Meckseper’s work.” (Monopol)

At the center of Josephine Meckseper’s work are critical observations of consumerism and the aesthetization of politics. Fascinated by the direct contrast of advertising and political reports in newspapers, her works also criticize the typical classifications of high and low culture. Born in Germany in 1964, based in New York, Meckseper now turns her attention to popular political culture in films of anti-Bush demonstrations and protest marches in Berlin. In her shop-windows installations and hand-sewn fabric works, which combine such things as Palestinian shawls and other left-wing insignia with fashion accessories, she asks if there is a difference between consumer articles and political symbols? Featuring films, collages, paintings, sculptures, and installations, this publication provides a concise overview of the artist’s different visual worlds.

Exhibition schedule: Kunstmuseum Stuttgart.