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Jimmie Durham: God's Children, God's Poems (104)

Heike Munder

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ISBN 10: 3037644982 / ISBN 13: 9783037644980
Published by JRP|Ringier, 2017
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Title: Jimmie Durham: God's Children, God's Poems (...

Publisher: JRP|Ringier

Publication Date: 2017

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

Edition: Bilingual.

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American-born artist, performer, poet, essayist and activist Jimmie Durham (born 1940) is one of the most influential voices of the contemporary art world, reflecting on encounters between the human being, technology and nature from different cultural perspectives.

With an oeuvre spanning sculpture, drawing, collage, printmaking, painting, photography, video, performance and poetry, Durham became internationally famous in the 1980s for his sculptures made from materials such as wood, stone and the bones and skulls of animals, incorporating Native American elements into contemporary art.

This monograph, conceived in close collaboration with the artist, features a text by Durham, with contributions by curator and art historian of the Cree Indians Heritage Richard W. Hill, and Migros Museum Director Heike Munder.

About the Author:

Laura Mulvey is a filmmaker and film theorist. She is Professor of Film and Media Studies at Birkbeck College, University of London, and author of Visual and Other Pleasures and Death 24 x a Second. Dirk Snauwaert is Artistic Director of Wiel in Brussels and was Curator of the Kunstverein in Munich, the IAC at Villeurbanne in France and the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels, where he co-curated Jimmie Durham's first restrospective in 1993. Mark Alice Durant is an artist and author whose writings on photography, activist art and cultural resistance have appeared in such art journals as Art in America and Artscribe. He currently teaches at the University of Maryland in College Park and at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.

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