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In my view : personal reflections on art by today's leading artists / edited by Simon Grant.


  • Book Book
  • ISBN: 9780500238967
  • ISBN: 0500238960
  • Description: 208 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 27 cm.
  • Publisher: London ; New York, N.Y. : Thames & Hudson, 2012.

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Library Location Call Number Status Due Date
Gloucester Adult Nonfiction 700/In (Text to phone) Available -
Melrose Art Department New Books 701.18 In (Text to phone) Available -
Salem State University Stacks N7475.I569 2012 (Text to phone) Available -

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Note: Tomma Abts on Itō Jakuchū -- Eija-Liisa Ahtila on Pablo Picasso -- Allora & Calzadilla on Armando Reverón -- Pawel Althamer on Jerzy Stajuda -- Eleanor Antin on Max Ernst -- Rasheed Araeen on Anthony Caro -- Kader Attia on Pieter Bruegel the Elder -- Frank Auerbach on Henri Matisse -- John Baldessari on Sigmar Polke -- Miroslaw Balka on Michelangelo -- David Batchelor on Alphonse Allais -- John Bock on Armand Schulthess -- Daniel Buren on André Le Nôtre -- Jean-Marc Bustamante on Pieter Saenredam -- Peter Campus on Milton Avery -- Vija Celmins on Philip Guston -- Spartacus Chetwynd on Pirro Ligorio -- Francesco Clemente on Henry Fuseli -- Chuck Close on Johannes Vermeer -- George Condo on Rembrandt van Rijn -- Michael Craig-Martin on Marcel Duchamp -- Gregory Crewdson on Edward Hopper -- Dexter Dalwood on Robert Rauschenberg -- Tacita Dean on Paul Nash -- Jeremy Deller on William Hogarth -- Thomas Demand on Paolo Uccello -- Dr Lakra on Hieronymus Bosch -- Marlene Dumas on Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres -- Elmgreen & Dragset on Vilhem Hammershøi -- Urs Fischer on Medardo Rosso -- Joan Fontcuberta on Louis Daguerre -- Katharina Fritsch on J.M.W. Turner -- Ryan Gander on Theo van Doesburg -- Antony Gormley on Jacob Epstein -- Dan Graham on John Chamberlain -- Jeppe Hein on Asger Jorn -- Susan Hiller on Albert Pinkham Ryder -- Thomas Hirschhorn on Andy Warhol -- Candida Höfer on Ludwig Mies van der Rohe -- Cristina Iglesias on Juan Sánchez Cotán -- Ilya Kabakov on Kazimir Malevich -- Annette Messager on William Blake -- Beatriz Milhazes on Hans Memling -- Vik Muniz on Peter Paul Rubens -- Ernesto Neto on Lygia Clark -- Paul Noble on Kurt Schwitters -- Adrian Paci on Masaccio -- Jorge Pardo on Gustave Courbet -- Cornelia Parker on Man Ray -- Simon Patterson on John Baldessari -- Giuseppe Penone on Kazimir Malevich -- Simon Periton on Christopher Dresser -- Raymond Pettibon on Victor Hugo -- Sophie Ristelhueber on Walker Evans -- Ed Ruscha on John Everett Millais -- David Salle on André Derain -- Julião Sarmento on Eugène Delacroix -- Wilhelm Sasnal on George Seurat -- Thomas Scheibitz on El Greco -- Roman Signer on Lee Friedlander -- John Stezaker on Philipp Otto Runge -- Hiroshi Sugimoto on Petrus Christus -- Do Ho Suh on Kim Jeong-hui -- Philip Taaffe on Raoul Dufy -- Tal R on Henri Rousseau -- Rirkrit Tiravanija on Marcel Broodthaers -- Fred Tomaselli on an unknown Tibetan artist -- Bill Viola on Giovanni Bellini -- Jeff Wall on Wols -- Mark Wallinger on Diego Velázquez -- Gillian Wearing on James Ensor -- Lawrence Weiner on Willem de Kooning -- Franz West on Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio -- Rachel Whiteread on Piero della Francesca -- Erwin Wurm on Poul Gernes -- Yang Fudong on Lang Jingshan -- Zhang Huan on Leonardo da Vinci -- Zhang Xiaogang on Chen Hongshou.
Summary: "Features artworks from the fifteenth to the mid-twentieth century, often supplemented by images of work by the selecting contemporary artist. Some of the artist-contributors provide unusual and individual reflections on familiar figures from art history."--Front jacket flap.
Subject: Art criticism.
Art appreciation.
Art > Influence.
Grant, Simon, 1967- (Added Author).

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Alternate Title: Personal reflections on art by today's leading artists

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