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Since the late 1980s, New York based conceptual artist Tom Burr (b. 1963) has been using appropriation strategies in his photographic and sculptural works and writings. Thirty-seven texts works, poems, autobiographical texts and portraits have been compiled in this extensive anthology accompanying the artist s survey exhibition at the FRAC in France. Written over a period of 24 years and presented chronologically, it enables us to fully appreciate the conceptual and visual coherence and richness of Burr s writings. The artist s personal writings reveal the conceptual and aesthetic sources in his oeuvre. As did Robert Smithson s, Burr s art praxis extends into the field of writing, and vice versa. Art and language cannot be dissociated from each other at times, the text precedes and anticipates the work; at others, it emanates and results from it; in most instances, it is an integral part of it. Burr s work is collected by MOCA, LA; The Israel Museum; NY Public Library; and more, with past exhibitions at Hammer Museum, LA; Sculpture Center, NY; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY.
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Book Description Sternberg Press, 2016. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M3956791967
Book Description Frac Champagne-Ardenne. see description. Condition: New. ISBN : 9783956791963. Author : Tom Burr . Dimensions : 24 x 33 cm (broché) . Description : édition anglaise . 128 pages (ill. n&b) . Trente-sept textes de l'artiste américain, compilés pour la première fois, dans une présentation chronologique qui permet d'en apprécier la cohérence et la richesse conceptuelle et visuelle. Seller Inventory # RR4-1000
Book Description Sternberg Press, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P113956791967