Peter Doig Rizzoli Classics

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Rizzoli #ad - The most comprehensive monograph on Turner Prize-nominated artist Peter Doig. In every generation of artists, there are a few-or perhaps just one-who propose a new set of questions and alter the way we understand art. So, does memory, too, or the idea of memory, inform much of his production. While stories of painting’s demise in the early 1990s deemed painters and their work quaintly anachronistic, Doig-looking ahead as much as back for inspiration-forged a new painterly language: an ironic mix of Romanticism and post-impressionism to create haunting and sometimes dreamlike landscape vistas.

In this lavish new volume devoted to his entire career-which includes paintings, drawings, and reference material, such as found photographs-art historians Richard Shiff and Catherine Lampert mine the artist’s rich and varied work. Published in association with Michael Werner Gallery  . Doig’s landscapes have been inspired by the many places the artist has lived-England, Canada, Trinidad.

Peter Doig Rizzoli Classics #ad - Peter doig is such an artist. This volume is designed in close collaboration with the artist, with Doig specially creating the cover and various elements of the interior. Every facet of the painter’s singular vision is explored, from his earliest paintings of the early 1990s to the most recent series of works.

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Landscape Painting Now: From Pop Abstraction to New Romanticism

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D.A.P. #ad - From fantastical worlds to political topologies: a global survey of landscape painting in the 21st centuryAlthough the fact may be surprising to some, landscape painting is positively thriving in the 21st century―indeed, the genre has arguably never felt as vital as it does today. Shorter texts by art historians Robert R.

The reasons why, if speculative, surely include our imminent environmental collapse and increasingly digitally mediated existence. Hendricks, neo rauch, tomás sánchez, silke otto-knapp, corinne wasmuht, celia paul, antonio lópez garcía, enrique martinez celaya, maki na kamura, merlin james, mark tansey, israel hershberg, liu xiaodong, matthew wong, alison elizabeth taylor, Kay WalkingStick, Alex Kanevsky, Shara Hughes, Makiko Kudo, Cinta Vidal, Li Dafang, Serban Savu, Matvey Levenstein, Jonas Wood, Alexis Rockman, Lisa Sanditz, Jordan Nassar, Eggert Pétursson, Per Kirkeby, Julie Mehretu, Damian Loeb, Wayne Thiebaud, Yvonne Jacquette, Anselm Kiefer, Luc Tuymans, Jean-Pierre Roy, Yishai Jusidman, Sylvia Plimack Mangold, Justin Mortimer, Alex Katz, George Shaw, David Hockney, Lisa Yuskavage and Luiz Zerbini .

Shane, louise Sørensen, and Susan A. Landscape painting now is the first book of its kind to take a global view of its subject, featuring more than eighty outstanding contemporary artists―both established and emerging―whose ages span seven decades and who hail from twenty-five different countries. Through its thematic organization into six chapters―realism and beyond, david hockney’s radiant capturings of seasonal change in the english countryside, postapocalyptic dioramas, from Cecily Brown’s sensual, Julie Mehretu’s dynamically cartographic abstractions, Maureen Gallace’s serene views of beach cottages and the foaming ocean, Post-Pop Landscapes, New Romanticism, Alexis Rockman’s mural-sized, Abstracted Topographies, Constructed Realities, fleshy landscapes to Peter Doig’s magic realist renderings of Trinidad, and Complicated Vistas―the book affords a generous window into the very best of contemporary landscape painting, and far beyond.

Landscape Painting Now: From Pop Abstraction to New Romanticism #ad - Landscape painting now features an extensive essay by Barry Schwabsky, art critic for The Nation. Schwabsky’s text weaves throughout the book, tracing the history of landscape painting from its origins in Eastern and Western art, through its transformation in the 20th century, to its present flourishing.

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Cecily Brown: Where, When, How Often and with Whom

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Louisiana Museum of Modern Art #ad - Combining abstraction and figuration, she creates vivid, atmospheric depictions of fragmented bodies, often in erotic positions in the midst of swells of color and movement. Having also been compared to painters like Bacon and de Kooning, Brown’s work offers a female artist’s gaze at a world dominated by male artists.

Cecily Brown: Where, When, How Often and with Whom #ad - Brown pays tribute to the potential of painting for seduction, Goya and Hogarth, and draws on references ranging from pornography to elements from the visual worlds of Bosch, and most recently motifs from the human disasters of our own time. The british painter cecily brown born 1969, based in New York since the 1990s, is one of the central figures internationally in the resurgence of painting since the turn of the century.

This catalog is published for an exhibition at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark, comprising paintings as well as drawings and monotypes from the past 20 years.

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Lee Krasner

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Thames & Hudson #ad - In fact, his death in 1956 marked her renaissance as an artist. Coinciding with a major exhibition at barbican art gallery, Lee Krasner features an outstanding selection of her most important paintings, an illustrated chronology, contextualized by photography from the postwar period, collages, and works on paper, and an unpublished interview with her biographer Gail Levin.

This richly illustrated monograph is a comprehensive survey of the work of one of the twentieth century’s most dynamic artists. 250 color illustrations. A richly illustrated monograph on the life and work of Lee Krasner, one of the twentieth century’s most inspiring women artists and a pioneer of abstract expressionism.

Lee Krasner #ad - In 1984, lee krasner 1908–1984 became one of the few women artists to have been given a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. She quipped about her belated recognition: “I was a woman, Jewish, a damn good painter, thank you, a widow, and a little too independent. One of the original pioneers of abstract expressionism, Krasner has for too long been eclipsed by her husband, Jackson Pollock.

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Morning, Paramin

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Farrar, Straus and Giroux #ad - Both poems and paintings are triumphant celebrations of life’s pleasures and pains―loving, observing, aging. Walcott, born and living in St. It journeys through the physical and psychological landscapes of two lives, from the snowy landscapes of Edmonton to the sun-washed shores of the Caribbean, from the process of mourning a loved one to the experience of watching a film.

A vibrant meditation on the difficult beauty of the caribbean, paramin offers us a stunning collaboration between a Nobel Prize–winning poet, Derek Walcott, taking the form of a dialogue between a Nobel Prize–winning poet and a renowned figurative painterMorning, and a renowned figurative painter, Peter Doig.

Morning, Paramin #ad - . A poignant exploration of a friendship and a vibrant meditation on the difficult beauty of the Caribbean, Morning, Paramin probes the boundaries of communication and celebrates the thrills of a shared language. Lucia, and doig, the politics of home and belonging, living in Trinidad, engage in a powerful dialogue on the Caribbean’s colonial legacy, and the boundaries of art.

Taking the form of a call-and-response, with paintings on one side and poetry on the other, Morning, Paramin lets Walcott’s characteristic perception and wit shine through in his illuminating responses to Doig’s luminescent paintings.

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David Park: A Retrospective

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University of California Press #ad - This generously illustrated volume is the first comprehensive publication devoted to the powerfully expressive work of David Park 1911–60 The astonishingly powerful paintings he made in the decade that followed brought together his long-held interest in classic subjects such as portraiture, domestic interiors, musicians, and bathers with lush, rowers, gestural paint handling and an extraordinary sense of color.

In the last months of his life, bedridden, he produced an extraordinary thirty-foot-long felt-tip-pen scroll and a poignant series of gouaches. In a moment of passion in 1949, he made the radical decision to abandon nearly all of his abstract canvases at the Berkeley city dump and return to the human figure, in so doing marking the beginning of the Bay Area Figurative movement.

Exhibition schedule: modern art museum of fort worth: june 2–september 8, 2019 kalamazoo institute of Arts: December 21, 2019–March 15, 2020 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: April 11–September 7, 2020 . In the immediate postwar years, like many avant-garde American artists, he engaged with Abstract Expressionism and painted non-objectively.

David Park: A Retrospective #ad - In 1958–59 park reached his expressive peak, psychologically charged, reveling in the sensuous qualities of paint to create intensely physical, and deeply felt canvases. Best known as the founder of bay area figurative art, Park moved from Boston to California at the age of seventeen and spent most of his adult life in and around San Francisco.

This fertile period cut short by illness in 1960, Park transferred his creative energy to other mediums when he could no longer work on canvas. Published in association with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Kerry James Marshall: Mastry

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Skira Rizzoli #ad - Skira. Best known for large-scale interiors, and portraits featuring powerful black figures, landscapes, Marshall explores narratives of African American history from slave ships to the present and draws upon his deep knowledge of art history from the Renaissance to twentieth-century abstraction, as well as other sources such as the comic book and the muralist tradition.

This long-awaited volume celebrates the work of Kerry James Marshall, one of America’s greatest living painters. Richly illustrated, as expressed through the nude, this monumental book features essays by noted curators as well as the artist, portraiture, and more than 100 paintings from throughout the artist’s career arranged thematically by subject: history painting; beauty, and self-portraiture; landscape; religion; and the politics of black nationalism.

Kerry James Marshall: Mastry #ad - Born before the passage of the civil rights act, and witness to the Watts riots in 1965, Alabama, in Birmingham, Marshall has long been an inspired and imaginative chronicler of the African American experience. The definitive monograph on contemporary African American painter Kerry James Marshall, accompanying a major traveling retrospective.

With luscious color and brushstrokes and highly detailed patterning, his direct and intimate scenes of black middle-class life conjure a wide range of emotions, resulting in powerful paintings that confront the position of African Americans throughout American history.

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Matisse/Diebenkorn

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Prestel #ad - The volume is rounded out by an introduction by john elderfield, who knew Diebenkorn personally and has curated exhibitions of both artists’ work; an essay by Jodi Roberts on parallels between the artists’ drawings; and a bibliography documenting Diebenkorn’s collection of books about the French artist.

Featuring stunning pairings of more than 80 paintings and drawings, this book charts the evolution of Matisse’s impact on Diebenkorn over the course of Diebenkorn’s career. Essays by janet bishop and katherine rothkopf explore how this influence evolved over time, connecting the work of the two painters and highlighting the ways Diebenkorn drew from Matisse’s example to forge a style entirely his own.

Matisse/Diebenkorn #ad - . The first in-depth examination of the relationship between the work of Diebenkorn and Matisse, this publication offers new ways of understanding both artists. Skira. Prestel Publishing. This sumptuously illustrated book brings together the work of Henri Matisse and Richard Diebenkorn as never before, illuminating unexpected resonances that connect the two artists across time and space.

Though they never met, matisse was an enduring source of inspiration for the Californian artist, composition, palette, and their works share surprising similarities in subject, and technique.

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Disrupted Realism: Paintings for a Distracted World

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Schiffer #ad - The artists’ impulses toward disruption are as individual as the artists themselves, but all share the need to include perception and emotion in their artistic process. Skira. Widely published author and blogger john seed, who believes that we are “the most distracted society in the history of the world, ” has selected artists he sees as visionaries in this developing movement.

Prestel Publishing. Disrupted realism is the first book to survey the works of contemporary painters who are challenging and reshaping the tradition of Realism. Six sections lay out and analyze common themes: "toward abstraction, Planes, " "Myths and Visions, and Formations, " "Patterns, " "Emotions and Identities, " "Disrupted Bodies, " and "Between Painting and Photography.

Disrupted Realism: Paintings for a Distracted World #ad - Interviews with each artist offer additional insight into some of the most incisive and relevant painting being created today. Helping art lovers, collectors, and artists approach and understand this compelling new phenomenon, it includes the works of 38 artists whose paintings respond to the subjectivity and disruptions of modern experience.

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Fairfield Porter

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Rizzoli #ad - Porter painted several artist friends, including Elaine de Kooning, Larry Rivers, and Jane Freilicher. A figurative realist in the heyday of abstract expressionism, his family, all depicting a relaxed and comfortable world that seemed to mirror his own affluent, Fairfield Porter 1907–1975 painted himself, in Southampton, and friends in New York City, Long Island, and on an island off the Maine coast, well-connected existence.

The first comprehensive survey of the beloved figurative realist painter Fairfield Porter to be published in more than two decades. Distinguished poet J. Porter graduated from harvard in 1928 and then studied at the Art Students League in New York with Thomas Hart Benton. Mcclatchy writes a reflection on one of Porter’s paintings.

Fairfield Porter #ad - Prestel Publishing. Rizzoli International Publications. Skira. Along with months in maine, porter lived in New York and from 1948 on, in Southampton where he purchased a large, late Federal-style house for his own expanding family. Karen wilkin discusses Porter’s influences and pictorial creativity. D. With virtually all of the artist’s previous publications now out of print, this much-anticipated volume is an important addition to the literature on this great American master.

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Gerhard Richter: Panorama: A Retrospective: Expanded Edition

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D.A.P./Tate #ad - This stunningly illustrated survey encompasses works from the late 1950s to the present―photo-paintings, glass and mirror works, portraits, color charts, sculptures, abstractions, grey paintings, seascapes, landscapes, drawings and photographs―providing the definitive account of Richter’s achievements.

This expanded edition of panorama includes a new text by Mark Godfrey that covers works made since the 2011 exhibition, including the Strip, Flow and Birkenau paintings, as well as an updated chronology. It also includes studio photographs, archival images and texts by an array of international critics and curators.

Gerhard Richter: Panorama: A Retrospective: Expanded Edition #ad - The expanded edition of the definitive gerhard richter surveyFirst published on the occasion of the major retrospective exhibition that opened at Tate Modern in 2011, Gerhard Richter: Panorama is the most complete overview of the artist’s entire career to date. Rizzoli International Publications. With more than 300 illustrations, and an interview between Richter and Nicholas Serota, Director of Tate, this book remains the most comprehensive survey of one of the world’s pre-eminent contemporary artists.

Skira. Prestel Publishing. Tate Dap.

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