Small paper exhibition catalogue from the first installation at the Fred Sandback Museum, June 20, 1981 - October 31, 1982. The exhibition comprised thirteen Sandback sculptures executed between 1968 and 1981 and drawings from 1967 to 1981. The Fred Sandback Museum closed in 1996.
Critic Kenneth Baker visited The Lightning Field numerous times over the course of the past 30 years in order to write this text. Inspired and challenged by this remarkable artwork, Baker speculates on the course of our contemporary human condition.
This DVD anthology compiles 12 videos works by Thomas Hirschhorn (born 1957) made between 1993 and 1996, such as "Les Monstres," "Lust For Live," "Robert Walser Video" and "Otto Freundlich Fan"-as well as a selection of "integrated videos" realized between 1997 and 2010. It is edited and introduced by the French art critic and curator Stéphanie Moisdon.
The first DVD of this two DVD set presents film and video footage by filmmakers, including Babette Mangolte, Carlotta Schoolman and Jonathan Demme, of eighteen of Brown's major performances from 1966 to 1979. A companion DVD is a conversation between Trisha Brown and art historian, Klaus Kertess, in which Brown talks about her dance education, early years in New York, work with Judson Dance Theater and her fellow choreographers, as well as commenting on the creation of her own innovative dances.
For the past two decades Louise Lawler has been taking photographs of art in situ, from small poignant black-and-white images of art in people's homes to large format glossy color pictures of art in museums and in auction houses. In addition she has produced a variety of objects--paperweights, etched drinking glasses, matchbooks, gallery announcements--all of which cleverly describe how art comes to accrue value as it moves through various systems of exchange.