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Edited by Ho, Melissa; Contributions by Bochner, Mel; Bois, Yve-Alain; Friedman, B. H.; Godfrey, Mark
In April 2002 the Philadelphia Museum of Art held a symposium in conjunction with a major retrospective of the work of Barnett Newman (1905-1970). This volume publishes the proceedings of the event. With contributions from notable specialists in the field, including art historian ...
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By Kleeblatt, Norman L.; Text by Bochner, Mel
An engaging exploration of the use of language in a complex and colorful series of paintings
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By Bochner, Mel; Foreword by Bois, Yve-Alain
Documents the work and ideas of artist Mel Bochner and provides a perspective on the conceptual and post-minimal art scene in New York. This book offers an insight into what it means to be an artist whose visual practice is inseparable from the sustained practice of writing.
Other Bochner, Mel; Edited by Vaughan, Carolyn; Foreword by Schnitzer, Jordan; Text by Brown, Sienna; Fine, Ruth
For more than 50 years, American conceptualist Mel Bochner (born 1940) has been shaping dialogs between art and language through exhibition concepts, paintings and sculptures that embrace systems and structures to reveal their cracks and limitations, undermining the means we use ...
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