Hjemmesiden anvender cookies

Denne hjemmeside sætter cookies for at opnå en funktionel side og for at huske dine foretrukne indstillinger. Ved hjælp af cookies laver vi statistikker og analyserer besøg på vores side så vi sikrer, at siden hele tiden forbedres, og at vores markedsføring bliver relevant for dig. Hvis du giver dit samtykke, så tillader du, at vi sætter cookies (enten i form af egne cookies og/eller fra tredjeparter), og at vi behandler de personoplysninger, som indsamles via de cookies. Du kan læse mere om cookies i vores cookiepolitik her hvor du også altid har mulighed for at trække dit samtykke tilbage.

Herunder kan du vælge cookies til eller fra. Navnet på de forskellige typer af cookies fortæller, hvilket formål de tjener.

LUC TUYMANS

 LUC TUYMANS (1958-)

Edited by Madeleine Grynsztejn, Helen Molesworth. Text by Helen Molesworth, Joseph L. Koerner, Ralph Rugoff, Bill Horrigan.

Luc Tuymans is one of today's most widely admired painters, a continuation of the great tradition of Northern European painting and an enduring influence on younger and emerging artists. As a European child of the 1950s, his relationship to painting is inevitably structured by television, cinema and by the lingering effects of World War II; more recent historical preoccupations have included the dramatic turn of world events post-9/11. Tuymans combines a muted palette with deteriorated surface effect and a singular use of cropping, close-up and sequencing--perfect devices with which to undertake his investigation of the pathological, the banal and the conspiratorial. Published in conjunction with the artist's first full-scale American survey, this is without question the authoritative publication on Tuymans. It features approximately 75 key works from 1978 to the present, and is accompanied by essays analyzing the painter's main concerns, with particular attention paid to his working process and his adaptation of source materials. Helen Molesworth examines themes of sinister banality, Joseph Leo Koerner writes on iconophobia and iconophilia, Ralph Rugoff considers the nature of visual experience in light of Tuymans' recent work, and Bill Horrigan examines cinematic sources. This book is not only the most comprehensive survey of Tuymans' career to date, but also the most thorough chronology of his artistic development.
Born in Mortsel, Belgium, in 1958, Luc Tuymans first exhibited his paintings in 1985, at Palais des Thermes in Ostend. His first U.S. exhibition came ten years later, at The Renaissance Society in Chicago. He has also worked in film and printmaking.


Pris ved 1 649,00 DKK

Emne Nutidskunst
Kunstner TUYMANS, Luc
Forfatter Se teksten nedenfor
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 175 ill. i farver
Format / Sideantal 29 x 25 cm / 228 sider
Udgivelsesår 2009
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag SFMOMA
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9781933045986
Lev. 3 dage

 LUC TUYMANS (1958-)

Edited by Madeleine Grynsztejn, Helen Molesworth. Text by Helen Molesworth, Joseph L. Koerner, Ralph Rugoff, Bill Horrigan.

Luc Tuymans is one of today's most widely admired painters, a continuation of the great tradition of Northern European painting and an enduring influence on younger and emerging artists. As a European child of the 1950s, his relationship to painting is inevitably structured by television, cinema and by the lingering effects of World War II; more recent historical preoccupations have included the dramatic turn of world events post-9/11. Tuymans combines a muted palette with deteriorated surface effect and a singular use of cropping, close-up and sequencing--perfect devices with which to undertake his investigation of the pathological, the banal and the conspiratorial. Published in conjunction with the artist's first full-scale American survey, this is without question the authoritative publication on Tuymans. It features approximately 75 key works from 1978 to the present, and is accompanied by essays analyzing the painter's main concerns, with particular attention paid to his working process and his adaptation of source materials. Helen Molesworth examines themes of sinister banality, Joseph Leo Koerner writes on iconophobia and iconophilia, Ralph Rugoff considers the nature of visual experience in light of Tuymans' recent work, and Bill Horrigan examines cinematic sources. This book is not only the most comprehensive survey of Tuymans' career to date, but also the most thorough chronology of his artistic development.
Born in Mortsel, Belgium, in 1958, Luc Tuymans first exhibited his paintings in 1985, at Palais des Thermes in Ostend. His first U.S. exhibition came ten years later, at The Renaissance Society in Chicago. He has also worked in film and printmaking.