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SPEAKING OF ART. Four decades of art in conversation

SPEAKING OF ART

Speaking of Art presents 43 artists, composers and curators who have changed the course of recent art history. Collected from the archives of Audio Arts, a one-of-a-kind audiocassette magazine begun in 1973, Speaking of Art provides invaluable insight into the most creative minds of modern and contemporary art, from Marcel Duchamp, John Cage and Joseph Beuys to Jeff Wall, Damien Hirst and Tacita Dean. Interviews include Marcel Duchamp, Michael Craig-Martin, Dennis Oppenheim, Tadeusz Kantor, Philip Glass, Richard Hamilton, John Cage, Howard Hodgkin, Richard Long, Frank Stella, Joseph Beuys, Donald Judd, Mona Hatoum, Roy Lichtenstein, Ilya Kabakov, Jeff Koons, Anish Kapoor, Nancy Spero & Leon Golub, Rachel Whiteread, Mike Kelley, Richard Serra, Joseph Kosuth, Marina Abramovic, Bill Viola, Carl Andre, John McCracken, Sarah Lucas, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Tacita Dean, Chuck Close, Ed Ruscha, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Wolfgang Tillmans, Damien Hirst, Jeff Wall, Gilbert & George, Thomas Demand, Hans Ulrich Obrist, James Rosenquist, John Baldessari, Shirin Neshat and William Kentridge.

William Furlong is the founder of Audio Arts, a unique audiocassette magazine distributed and heard internationally. For over thirty years he has recorded interviews with leading international artists at the most significant art events in Britain, Europe and the United States. A practising artist, Furlong is also Visiting Professor at Wimbledon College of Art in London.

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Emne Kunsthistorie
Kunstner
Forfatter William Furlong
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 50 ill, heraf 40 i farver
Format / Sideantal 24 x 17 cm / 272 sider
Udgivelsesår 2010
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Phaidon
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 9780714845067
Lev. 3 dage

SPEAKING OF ART

Speaking of Art presents 43 artists, composers and curators who have changed the course of recent art history. Collected from the archives of Audio Arts, a one-of-a-kind audiocassette magazine begun in 1973, Speaking of Art provides invaluable insight into the most creative minds of modern and contemporary art, from Marcel Duchamp, John Cage and Joseph Beuys to Jeff Wall, Damien Hirst and Tacita Dean. Interviews include Marcel Duchamp, Michael Craig-Martin, Dennis Oppenheim, Tadeusz Kantor, Philip Glass, Richard Hamilton, John Cage, Howard Hodgkin, Richard Long, Frank Stella, Joseph Beuys, Donald Judd, Mona Hatoum, Roy Lichtenstein, Ilya Kabakov, Jeff Koons, Anish Kapoor, Nancy Spero & Leon Golub, Rachel Whiteread, Mike Kelley, Richard Serra, Joseph Kosuth, Marina Abramovic, Bill Viola, Carl Andre, John McCracken, Sarah Lucas, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Tacita Dean, Chuck Close, Ed Ruscha, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Wolfgang Tillmans, Damien Hirst, Jeff Wall, Gilbert & George, Thomas Demand, Hans Ulrich Obrist, James Rosenquist, John Baldessari, Shirin Neshat and William Kentridge.

William Furlong is the founder of Audio Arts, a unique audiocassette magazine distributed and heard internationally. For over thirty years he has recorded interviews with leading international artists at the most significant art events in Britain, Europe and the United States. A practising artist, Furlong is also Visiting Professor at Wimbledon College of Art in London.