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Jan De Cock : Denkmal ISBN 9080842427

Davidts , Wouter; De Cock, Jan

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ISBN 10: 9080842427 / ISBN 13: 9789080842427
Published by Atelier Jan De Cock, 2006
Condition: Used: Like New Hardcover
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Clean IN AND OUT. oversized glossy boards in a lightly rubbed glossy slipcase .A collectible / giftable copy. no OVERSEAS SHIPPING!!! From Wikipedia:::Jan De Cock (b. Etterbeek, Brussels, 2 May 1976) is a contemporary Belgian visual artist. From the start of his career, his art has revolved around 'production' and the ways in which an artist relates to the broad culturally-injected concept of 'modernism'. In 2003 Jan De Cock entered the competition Prix de la Jeune Peinture Belge (Prize for Young Belgian Painters). He is, after Luc Tuymans, only the second Belgian artist to have had an exposition at Tate Modern and the first living Belgian artist to have an exhibition at MoMA, which opened on 23 January, 2008. -Quality Counts! All books shipped in Cardboard and all books with dust jackets have mylar jacket protectors., Bookseller Inventory # 140628005

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Title: Jan De Cock : Denkmal ISBN 9080842427

Publisher: Atelier Jan De Cock

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Used: Like New

Edition: First Edition.

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Belgian wunderkind Jan De Cock's latest publication is a slowly unfolding, thought-provoking masterwork that reads much like his renowned sculptural installations--which the artist sees as monuments to Modernism, hence the title Denkmal. uses structural challenges to the book format to offer an entirely new reading experience. Its large format, variety of papers, special cover treatment and 632 pages conspire to reveal a dense web of images and ideas that cross-reference not only De Cock's own increasingly admired oeuvre but also the entire structure of history into which it is read. Capitalizing on the sequential nature of the book, which the artist likens to film, De Cock guides the reader through this volume much in the way a viewer would experience his sculpture. He presents to the world his Trojan Horse: a book that will certainly be picked up for its cover, but will also draw you into its world of mysteries.

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