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John M. Armleder
|Other titles||At any speed, Rewind and fast forward show|
|Statement||edited by Margrit Brehm.|
|Contributions||Brehm, Margrit Franziska, 1960-, Williams, Parker, 1952-, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden.|
|LC Classifications||N7153.A69 A4 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
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This comprehensive book charts Armleder's career with an interview, an analytical retrospective text, and images, which presents the artist's eclectic output from his early work to his current projects.
Armleder's work is widely exhibited in international galleries and museums.5/5(1). Biennale de Venise by ARMLEDER John M. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at John M Armleder - AbeBooks Passion for books.
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It is a fitting title for this tribute to the respected New York painter and musician Steven Parrino, who died in a motorcycle accident on New Year's Day,at the age of Whatever by whomever, or "starting over" as a working principle in the work of John Armleder --John Armleder in the 's, The Ecart years: the joint irresolution of an equivocal commitment --John Armleder in the 's, abstract painting and furniture sculpture --John Armleder from toFrom the overlad theory to work as decoration.
Stemming from two acclaimed extensive exhibitions held in Italy at Naples’ Madre museum and Museion Bolzano, this publication offers a retrospective overview of the manifold work of Swiss artist John M Armleder (b.Geneva).
Photo: John Armleder Armleder's practice has taken many forms over a more than four-decade career. He has worked in visual art, created performances, founded galleries, run publishing houses, and served in the Swiss Ministry of Culture, as an advisor.
Since the s, Swiss artist John Armleder has been at the forefront of many key developments in postwar art. Often operating at the intersection of pattern, decoration, and kitsch, Armleder’s diverse body of work has consistently challenged the traditional demarcations between high and low art.
John Armleder is a contemporary Swiss artist known for continuing the trajectory of Fluxus artists and John Cage. View John Armleder’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available paintings, prints and multiples, and sculpture for sale and learn about the ality: Swiss.
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50/51) John Armleder, Jeff Koons, Jean-Luc Mylayne, Thomas Struth, Sue Williams, Toba Khedoori, Tacita Dean, Various Artists Parkett no. 50/51 Get this from a library. John Armleder. [Lionel Bovier;] -- Réunit un entretien avec l'artiste, un essai sur son oeuvre et ses recherches sur la perception et la réception de l'oeuvre, un panorama de l'ensemble de sa production depuis ses débuts, ainsi que.
Appearing like a catalogue of carpet or wallpaper samples, Black Cat is an inventory of glitter and a sparkling extravaganza on art and its history; a table-top book version of Armleder's signature cycle of glitter-paint veil paintings with tongue-in-cheek tributes to Morris Louis and the legacy of Abstract Expressionism.
This book is an homage to the appeal of sparkles, the power of glitter. John M Armleder | Co-founder of the Ecart Group () and closely affiliated with the Fluxus movement, visual artist John M Armleder has since the end of the 's created a polymorphic body of work which encompasses performance, drawings, sculptures and paintings.
Generally characterized by a sense of deep interconnectedness between life and art, and the appropriation of objects and quotes. “The idea one gets when looking at the work of John Armleder is the idea of the twentieth century itself, the age of modernity.
This is not only because he uses an abstract pictorial vocabulary, but also because he uses objects that have served to construct the new life of. In his work, John M Armleder uses references that recall art history as well as popular culture.
For years, he has recycled decorative elements evoking the Christmas celebration and organized an “X-mas Party” within the framework of his record label, founded. John Armleder (born in Geneva in ) is a Swiss performance artist, painter, sculptor, critic, and curator.
His work is based on his involvement with Fluxus in the s and s, when he created performance art pieces, installations and collective art activities that were strongly influenced by John.
Recent John Armleder headlines, Powered by Articker. 15 April | designboom. MASSIMO DE CARLO launches virtual space with the john armleder and rob pruitt show; 8 April | FAD Magazine. Massimo De Carlo launch new virtual space with works from John Armleder and Rob Pruitt.
4 September | The Brooklyn Rail. John M Armleder Ausstellungskatalog by Schwarz, Dieter: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Collecting almost 40 years of some works on paper, the book traces Armleder's career through his Fluxus, Constructivist, “dot,” and Neo-Geo periods, though it would be a mistake to pin any label on so versatile an artist and one who hasn't ever closed off a line of investigation.
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John M. Armleder A strange book, strange like strange fruit, this volume is an artist project inspired by the 19 surviving indigenous wines found in Friuli Venezia Giulia, a region once rich with hundreds of. John M. Armleder: At Any Speed Artwork by John Armleder. Edited by Lionel Bovier, Margrit Brehm, Christophe Cherix.
Contributions by Axel Heil. Performance artist, sculptor, and painter John M. Armleder draws from what he calls a "supermarket of forms." His art can take on attributes of Suprematist painting, Minimalist sculpture, Dada readymades, or, in the case of his wall paintings, actual wallpaper (turning Sol LeWitt’s ideology on its head while referencing Francis Picabia's dots or Surrealism's lobsters).Nationality: Swiss.
() Aliases: John Armleder, John M. Armleder, John Michael Armleder. Painter. View items sold at auction. John M Armleder’s work is characterized by a recycling of forms with which he continuously questions the role of art in a constantly changing cultural system.
Ingrid Pfeiffer, curator of the exhibition: “John M Armleder’s art is a challenge, a conceptual tour through the art history of the 20th and 21st centuries. (The show «About Nothing, Works on Paper – », brings together for the first time app. works by John M Armleder covering his last forty years of production, through a variety of works on paper in all sizes and techniques, including pen and ink, water colour, gouache, acrylic, oil, collage, original books, stamp block, and many more.
The artist John Armleder BornGeneva, Switzerland. Lives and works in Geneva and New York. Style and technique of the artist: Sculpture Objects, Installation art, Painting, John Armlederartworks on eBay Original artworks, prints, exhibition posters, monographs, books, collectibles.
(John M. Armleder. Artist: John M Armleder | Daily Art Fair is the International modern and contemporary art galleries for Current, Past and Futur Galleries exhibitions all around the world. Performance artist, sculptor, and painter John M. Armleder draws from what he calls a "supermarket of forms." His art can take on attributes of Suprematist painting, Minimalist sculpture, Dada readymades, or, in the case of his wall paintings, actual wallpaper (turning Sol LeWitt’s ideology on its head while referencing Francis Picabia's dots or Surrealism's lobsters).Brand: John M.
Armleder. John Armleder. likes. John Armleder is a Swiss performance artist, painter, sculptor, critic, and curator.
His work is based on his involvement with. At first sight, the installation devised by John M Armleder (b. ) for London’s Dairy Art Centre innow re-created in a new version for MAMCO, resembles an industrial storage facility partly filled with an eclectic assortment of items (sheets of Plexiglass, artificial flowers, books etc.), and animated by audio and televisual elements.
John M Armleder Sep 13 - Oct 28 Swiss Institute proudly presents Selected Furniture Sculptures –, the first New York solo show of John Armleder in eight years.
Somewhat later John Zimberlin, an innkeeper of Upper Alsace, followed the example set in Franconia. He tied pieces of leather round his arms and bade his followers do the same.
This gave rise to the name "Armleder." Their leader was called "King Armleder," and under him they marched through Alsace, killing many Jews. John Armleder, born inuses form quotes in his painting to discuss the semantic shift of once radical avant-garde concepts and techniques in the era of post-moderism.
Being part of the Neo-Geo movement in the early 's, Armleder surprised the art world shortly thereafter with gesticalular paintings in the style of American artist Larry Poons (). John Armleder has exhibited internationally at prominent venues such as MoMA in New York, Serpentine Gallery in London, Centre Culturel Suisse.
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Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. Involved with the Fluxus movement of the s and 70s, John Armleder (b) is recognized as a performance artist, painter, sculptor, and curator who has dedicated his career to challenging certain conventions in art, from artistic technique to exhibition practice.
Armleder's work aims to expose and oppose our accepted understanding of art. A key figure in contemporary art since the early s, John Armleder’s wide ranging body of work—painting, sculpture and installation—has been acknowledged by critics and colleagues alike, while his diverse practice continues to make him an unclassifiable force to this day.
With an opening reception from pm on Septem the show. John Armleder’s pithy “furniture sculptures,” which mix functional objects with casual abstract artworks and go back some 30 years, fit into a modern trend of artists’ use of household items.
An online copy of the Cincinnati phone book shows that the O. Armleder & Co, Carriage and Wagon M’frs, was already in existence back in A Cincinnati Enquirer article states that the Armleder carriage company became the Armleder Motor Truck Co.
inand also states that the company was sold in The SCHIRN is presenting new, expansive installations by John M Armleder. He is regarded as one of the most important concept, performance and object artists of the present day.John Armleder (b.Geneva, Switzerland; lives Geneva) is a performance artist, sculptor, and painter, whose multi-faceted activities are connected by drawing.
Affiliated with Fluxus in the late s and ’70s, the value of ephemerality and notion that art is the conduction of .