A collaboration with Gordon; a collection of images and texts from the past forty years that deal with the idea of visual memory, shared visual knowledge and the interwoven texture of imagined and remembered sounds and images.
Author: Douglas Gordon
Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art
A collaboration with Gordon; a collection of images and texts from the past forty years that deal with the idea of visual memory, shared visual knowledge and the interwoven texture of imagined and remembered sounds and images. Also explores the relationship between film and psychoanalysis, and the way these systems of thought have affected the idea of individual biography.
Douglas Gordon: Timeline. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2006. Brown,
Katrina M. Tate Modern Artists: Douglas Gordon. London: Tate Publishing, 2004.
Cooke, Lynne, Stan Douglas, Douglas Gordon, and Neville Wakefield. Double ...
Author: Dominic Molon
Publisher: Yale University Press
Catalogus bij een tentoonstelling over de relatie tussen rockmuziek en avantgardistische kunst sinds de zestiger jaren.
Douglas Gordon: Timeline [Cat.2006]. Writings by Klaus Biesenbach. New York:
The Museum of Modern Art. Douglas Gordon: What you want me to say...I'm
already dead. [Cat. 2006]. Writings by Rosa Maria Malet, Barry Barker and
Author: Diego Mantoan
Publisher: Vernon Press
How can one become a successful artist? Where should one start a career in the art world? What are useful strategies to achieve recognition in the art system? Such questions hoard in students' minds ever since entering art school and they probably chase every kind of art professional who is at an early career stage. “The Road to Parnassus” tries to understand what makes a good start in today's art world, who are influential players in the field and which strategies might apply. The swift career ascension of Glasgow artist Douglas Gordon – one of today's leading visual artists – and of the broader YBA generation that rose into worldwide prominence in the 1990s – Damien Hirst and Sarah Lucas among the best known – serves as a convenient case to analyse contemporary artist strategies. This book takes a multidisciplinary approach – spanning from traditional art history, to sociology and economics – pursuing the reconstruction of the field of forces in art as intended by French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu. Compared to previous publications on art system dynamics, such as Thompson's “The $12 Million Stuffed Shark”, this book offers an enhanced understanding of the factors that allow a young artist to enter the arena of contemporary art. The present research should help uncover the art system logic – which appears enigmatic to non-experts – revealing that artists are aware they need to consider global trends, beat competitors and meet the demands of dealers, collectors, curators and museums. This book furthers existing contributions on the YBAs (for example Stallabrass' “High Art Lite”), offering innovative conclusions on recent British art, such as on the duality between London and Glasgow, the gender opposition among emerging artists and the predominance of resourceful authors.
Douglas Gordon Katrina M. Brown, Douglas Gordon. Fine 6797 . ماما B26 2004
Author ' s acknowledgements Lisson Gallery , London and Gagosian Gallery ,
New York ; John Jervis , Katherine Rose and Sarah Tucker at Tate Publishing for
Author: Katrina M. Brown
This text is part of Tate Publishing's 'Modern Artists' monographs. It looks at Douglas Gordon, an artist who won the Turner Prize in 1996. This text examines six key works in depth while interviews with the artist provide insight into his work.
For the technical details of the work, see Philip Monk, DoubleCross: The
Hollywood Films of Douglas Gordon (Toronto, ... “Sympathy for the Devil,” in
Douglas Gordon: Timeline, exhibition catalogue (New York: The Museum of
Modern Art, ...
Author: Jihoon Kim
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Encompassing experimental film and video, essay film, gallery-based installation art, and digital art, Jihoon Kim establishes the concept of hybrid moving images as an array of impure images shaped by the encounters and negotiations between different media, while also using it to explore various theoretical issues, such as stillness and movement, indexicality, abstraction, materiality, afterlives of the celluloid cinema, archive, memory, apparatus, and the concept of medium as such. Grounding its study in interdisciplinary framework of film studies, media studies, and contemporary art criticism, Between Film, Video, and the Digital offers a fresh insight on the post-media conditions of film and video under the pervasive influences of digital technologies, as well as on the crucial roles of media hybridity in the creative processes of giving birth to the emerging forms of the moving image. Incorporating in-depth readings of recent works by more than thirty artists and filmmakers, including Jim Campbell, Bill Viola, Sam Taylor-Johnson, David Claerbout, Fiona Tan, Takeshi Murata, Jennifer West, Ken Jacobs, Christoph Girardet and Matthias Müller, Hito Steyerl, Lynne Sachs, Harun Farocki, Doug Aitken, Douglas Gordon, Stan Douglas, Candice Breitz, among others, the book is the essential scholarly monograph for understanding how digital technologies simultaneously depend on and differ film previous time-based media, and how this juncture of similarities and differences signals a new regime of the art of the moving image.
Including projects by Christine Borland , Douglas Gordon , Alison Marchant ,
Prolific Pamphleteer , Gillian Steel and Euan Sutherland . 7 . Third Eye Centre ,
Glasgow , 27 October - 2 December 1990 , and Irish Museum of Modern Art ,
Author: Craig Richardson
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Providing an analysis and including discussion (interviewing artists, curators and critics and accessing non-catalogued personal archives) towards a new chronology, Richardson here examines and proposes a sequence of precisely denoted 'exemplary' works which outlines a self-conscious definition of the interrogative term 'Scottish art.' Richardson addresses key areas of cultural politics and identity to illuminate the development of Scottish art, enhancing our understanding of the dynamics of art practice today.
Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary British Art Scottish National Gallery of
Modern Art Alice Dewey ... Institute of Contemporary Arts , London , 1995
Siobhán Hapaska , Stockholm Konsthall , Stockholm , 2000 Douglas Gordon was
born in ...
Author: Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
New is a selection of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art's most recent acquisitions of contemporary British art, including paintings, photographs, sculptures, works on paper, installations, artist books and a DVD projection. Revealing the broad range of ideas and media used by artists working in Britain today, this book examines, in detail, over 150 works by over eighty artists. The selection includes many of the artists who have risen to prominence in the last decade, such as Damien Hirst, Douglas Gordon, and Rachel Whiteread, as well as recent works by more senoir figures such as Lucien Freud, Alan Davie and Ian Hamilton Finlay. 46 colour & 4 b/w illustrations
Artwork by Vija Celmins, Andreas Gurskey, Rirkrit Tiravanija
Author: Vija Celmins
Publisher: Parkett Verlag
Category: Art and literature
Here, Parkett showcases the work of four artists whose work foregrounds the distance between the observer and the thing observed. The observer in question may be simultaneously the artist and the viewer, and the observations may concern the world, the society or the self--but in each case, these artists subvert the laws of objectivity versus subjectivity, conceptualism versus realism, the verbal versus the visual. Cultural nomads or archaeologists of information, Lothar Baumgarten's installations, language and other systems of categorization are turned inside out, revealing the anxieties such nomenclature is designed to suppress. For Tiravanija, however, the medium of exchange is not words but consumables, whose traces tell us who we are. In the epic everyday spaces of Andreas Gursky's photographic spaces, as much as in the extraterrestrial content of Vija Celmins' pictures, the universal and the mundane are held in taut suspension, resulting in images that remain simultaneously intimate and enigmatic. Other features of this special issue include Lynne Cooke on "Micromegas," Alexandre Melo on peripheries, Jason Simon on Mark Dion and more.
Art 39 Basel 4 - 8 / 6 08 Artists A Antoni Abad Marina Abramović Vito Acconci
Franz Ackermann Bas Jan Ader | Yaacov ... Goldin Julio González | Douglas
Gordon | Arshile Gorkey | Dan Graham | Rodney Graham | Katharina Grosse |
The catalog offers a representative overview of the Van Abbemuseum collection, but also serves as a general introduction to the art of the twentieth century. Published in conjunction with Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven.
Author: Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum
Publisher: Nai Uitgevers Pub
In the early 1930s, Henri van Abbe began to dream of building a center in Eindhoven where its people could be introduced to the mysteries of contemporary art--a place where they could enjoy art. In 1936 he realized this dream by donating to the city the Van Abbemuseum, which, at that time, still consisted primarily of artworks purchased and placed on loan by Henri van Abbe himself. Sixty years later, the Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum has grown into one of the most prominent museums for modern art in the world. Through the course of its history, the visionary acquisition policies of its often distinguished directors have given rise to an impressive collection that includes works by modern masters such as Picasso, Braque, Chagall, Kandinsky, El Lissitzky and Mondrian, as well as by contemporary artists like Douglas Gordon, Pierre Huyghe, Mike Kelley and Marijke van Warmerdam. This publication of this first reference work on the Van Abbemuseum's collection marks the opening of the museum's new building in January 2003. A well illustrated book, it offers detailed descriptions of the collection, the history of the museum, and its collecting policies. Each chapter examines a theme, such as De Stijl, CoBrA, Conceptualism and Minimal art, and considers works from the collection in their historical context. The catalog offers a representative overview of the Van Abbemuseum collection, but also serves as a general introduction to the art of the twentieth century. Published in conjunction with Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven.
In one essay , Gordon's “ brother ” confides , “ I'm not entirely sure what Douglas
is up to . I've never been quite sure . He was always into weird things as far as I
can remember . I suppose that's what it's like to be an artist . ” 2 These narratives
Category: Art, Modern
Take your time Olafur Eliasson , exh , cat . , ed . by M. Grynsztejn ( San Francisco
, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art ... Gordon , Douglas Douglas Gordon :
Timelie ' , exh , cat . , ed . by KP Biesenbach ( New York , Museum of Modern Art
Author: Valerio Terraroli
Looks at the artists, movements, and themes of art in the twentieth century.
For a contemporary female artist to indulge in such stereotypical activities as
working with flowers , dealing in emotion ... arts scene , which is acknowledged
worldwide if not in Glasgow ' s new gallery of Modern Art , Douglas Gordon is
Author: Louisa Buck
Publisher: Tate Gallery Publication
Guide to the artists, galleries, patrons and critics at the forefront of contemporary British art.
Douglas Gordon * 1966 in Glasgow , Schottland . ... Edinburgh 1992 " Speakers
Project " , Institute of Contemporary Arts , London ; " Guilt By Association " ,
Museum of Modern Art , Dublin Douglas Gordon 24 - M - PSYCHO , 1994 1993.
Author: Klaus Biesenbach
Category: Art, Modern
... 'Entretien avec Pasolini', Cahiers du cinéma (Theme Issue 'Pasolini Cinéaste'),
1981, pp. 35–42. Biesenbach, Klaus, 'Sympathy for the Devil', in Douglas Gordon
: Timeline (New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2006), pp. 10–31. Black, Jeremy ...
Author: Steven Jacobs
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Category: Performing Arts
Steven Jacobs' book provides a unique critical intervention into a relatively new area of scholarship - the multidisciplinary topic of film and the visual arts.
Author: Jane Connarty
Category: Archival resources
Author: Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Library
Category: Art, Modern
Peter Da vies, Walter De Maria, Mark di Suvero, Ellen Gallagher, Douglas
Gordon, Arshlle Gorky (estate), Damien ... Gallery Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd. 249 E 48th St
10017 (212) 230-1680, fax (212) 230-1618 Fine contemporary Japanese
Author: Frank Jewett Mather
Catalogue Raisonné Christian Rattemeyer, Museum of Modern Art (New York,
N.Y.), Judith Rothschild Foundation. at least since his turn toward filigreed ...
artists such as Christine Borland , Martin Creed ( p . 110 ) , and Douglas Gordon (
Author: Christian Rattemeyer
Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art
Formed by Harvey S. Shipley Miller, trustee of the Judith Rothschild Foundation, and given to MoMA in 2005, The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection was conceived to be a broad survey of contemporary drawing practice, and it more than fulfils that goal, mixing drawings of the 1960s and 1970s with major works of the past twenty years by such artists as Kai Althoff, Robert Crumb, Peter Doig, Marcel Dzama, Mark Grotjahn, Charline von Heyl, Martin Kippenberger, Sherrie Levine, Agnes Martin, Fred Sandback, Paul Thel and Andrea Zittel, among many others. This definitive catalogue raisonné presents the collection as a whole, with an introduction by Christian Rattemeyer; five essays each focusing on a different geographic area of artistic production; images throughout; and a text on paper conservation.