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TOM BURR RETROSPECTIVE

TOM BURR (1963-)

Tom Burr (born in 1963, in New Haven, Connecticut) is an American artist whose work—photographs, drawings, sculptures, and installations—revisits the formal vocabulary of the avant-gardes of the 1960s, in particular Minimalism and post-Minimalism, and mixes together pop iconography, homosexual culture, underground aesthetics, musical, cinematographic, and literary influences, as well as contemporary architecture and design. These works articulate the problematics linked to architecture and public space, and questions of sociology, psychology, and gender politics. The conceptual investigation led by the artist essentially questions the way in which identity, especially sexual identity, is constructed or is, on the contrary, constrained by society and its physical spaces. The artist uses the appropriationist strategy of the 1980s, as it permits past works to be revisited in order to reveal different significations. Thus the artist reconfigures a history no longer fixed in time and space, but on the contrary perfectly open, and illuminating and transforming the present.

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Kunstner BURR, Tom
Forfatter Edited by Florence Derieux
Sprog Engelsk/fransk
Illustrationer 91 ill, heraf 80 i farver
Format / Sideantal 28 x 24 cm / 160 sider
Udgivelsesår 2006
Indbinding Hæftet
Forlag JRP/Ringier
Antikvarisk
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ISBN 9783905701821
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TOM BURR (1963-)

Tom Burr (born in 1963, in New Haven, Connecticut) is an American artist whose work—photographs, drawings, sculptures, and installations—revisits the formal vocabulary of the avant-gardes of the 1960s, in particular Minimalism and post-Minimalism, and mixes together pop iconography, homosexual culture, underground aesthetics, musical, cinematographic, and literary influences, as well as contemporary architecture and design. These works articulate the problematics linked to architecture and public space, and questions of sociology, psychology, and gender politics. The conceptual investigation led by the artist essentially questions the way in which identity, especially sexual identity, is constructed or is, on the contrary, constrained by society and its physical spaces. The artist uses the appropriationist strategy of the 1980s, as it permits past works to be revisited in order to reveal different significations. Thus the artist reconfigures a history no longer fixed in time and space, but on the contrary perfectly open, and illuminating and transforming the present.