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The photographic series One Hundred Little Deaths is the artist Janaina Tschape's meditation on mortality, both dark and oddly humorous photographs taken all over the world. The artist lies face down in empty rooms, houses, casxtles, gardens, on beaches, fields, oceans and bridges, daring the viewer to decide, is she sleeping, dead or merely joking? Within the different environments the only constant is her prostrate form, inviting fictions of crime and liberating the artist both as subject and creator from all spatial and temporal boundaries.
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Born in Germany in 1973 to a German father and Brazilian mother, Janaina Tschäpe lived primarily in São Paulo, Brazil as a child. She studied at the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg from 1992 to1998 before moving to New York and completing her MFA at the School of Visual Arts in 1998. Tschäpe has exhibited her paintings, drawings, photographs and video installations throughout the world, with solo shows at the University at Buffalo Art Gallery, the Scottsdale Museum of Art, the Reina Sofia Art Center in Madrid, Artforum Berlin, and Centre d'Art a Albi, Toulouse, France, among others. Her work is included in numerous private collections and the permanent collections of museums in Europe, the United States, Brazil and Japan.
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Book Description see description. Condition: New. Date: 2004. DESCRIPTION: Èdition bilingue (franÁais / anglais). 22 x 14,5 cm (brochÈ). 212 pages (ill. coul.). Seller Inventory # RR2-3791
Book Description Le College Editions / Frac Cha, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P112913323782