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Tate Modern Artists Olafur Eliasson


Author : Marcella Beccaria
language : en
Publisher: Tate
Release Date : 2013-10-29


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Covers Eliasson's major works from his early days to the present, exploring his inspiration and achivements.

Tate Modern Artists


Author : Neal Brown
language : en
Publisher: Tate
Release Date : 2006-11-01


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Generously illustrated, accessible, and affordable, the Modern Artists series is an essential reference for all those interested in contemporary visual culture. Art star Tracey Emin (b. 1963) first came to public attention in the 1990s with her provocative and confrontational works. After the inclusion of the controversial Everyone I Have Ever Slept With in the Royal Academys notorious Sensation exhibition and My Bed in the Turner Prize exhibition in 1999, she achieved a level of fame and notoriety unparalleled for an artist in recent times. Emins use of intensely personal, everyday materials gives her work an intimate quality, combining avant-garde ideas with feminine traditions of craft. This book presents Emins art in clear, accessible language, with full-color reproductions throughout. It provides a highly informed key to understanding one of the most hotly discussed artists at work today, responsible for some of the most iconic works of recent times. Generously illustrated, accessible, and affordable, the Modern Artists series is an essential reference for all those interested in contemporary visual culture. Art star Tracey Emin (b. 1963) first came to public attention in the 1990s with her provocative and confrontational works. After the inclusion of the controversial Everyone I Have Ever Slept With in the Royal Academys notorious Sensation exhibition and My Bed in the Turner Prize exhibition in 1999, she achieved a level of fame and notoriety unparalleled for an artist in recent times. Emins use of intensely personal, everyday materials gives her work an intimate quality, combining avant-garde ideas with feminine traditions of craft. This book presents Emins art in clear, accessible language, with full-color reproductions throughout. It provides a highly informed key to understanding one of the most hotly discussed artists at work today, responsible for some of the most iconic works of recent times.

How To Survive Modern Art


Author : Susie Hodge
language : en
Publisher: Tate
Release Date : 2010-03-01


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An accessible and fully illustrated introduction to modern art provides coverage of everything from Impressionism and the Harlem Renaissance to Cézanne and Postmodernism while offering insight into its cultural role and the myriad responses to its forms. Original.

Doodle Town


Author : Dominika Lipniewska
language : en
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Release Date : 2016-09-13


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Modern Art And St Ives


Author : Paul Denison
language : en
Publisher: Tate
Release Date : 2014


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"In this new exploration of modern art and St Ives, works by St Ives artists are looked at in the context of their contemporaries in Europe, North America and beyond. The work of this period includes the utopian ideal of constructivism and the tradition of craft and the handmade. Paintings, sculpture and ceramics - drawn from public and private collections in the UK and abroad - richly illustrate how artists' engagement with St Ives was a part of the global art scene of the twentieth century."--Back cover.

Nat Tate


Author : William Boyd
language : en
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release Date : 2011-05-03


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When William Boyd published his biography of New York modern artist Nat Tate, a huge reception of critics and artists arrived for the launch party, hosted by David Bowie, to toast the late artist's life. Little did they know that the painter Nat Tate, a depressive genius who burned almost all his output before his suicide, never existed. The book was a hoax, and the art world had fallen for it. Nat Tate is a work of art unto itself-an investigation of the blurry line between the invented and the authentic, and a thoughtful tour through the spirited and occasionally ludicrous American art scene of the 1950s. William Boyd is the author of nine novels, including A Good Man in Africa, winner of the Whitbread Award and the Somerset Maugham Award; An Ice-Cream War, winner of the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize and shortlisted for the Booker Prize; Brazzaville Beach, winner of the James Tait Black Memorial Prize; and Restless, winner of the Costa Novel of the Year Award. Praise for Nat Tate: "William Boyd's description of Tate's working procedure is so vivid that it convinces me that the small oil I picked up on Prince Street, New York, in the late '60s must indeed be one of the lost Third Panel Triptychs. The great sadness of this quiet and moving monograph is that the artist's most profound dread-that God will make you an artist but only a mediocre artist-did not in retrospect apply to Nat Tate."-David Bowie "A moving account of an artist too well understood by his time."-Gore Vidal

Tate Modern Artists


Author : Natalie Rudd
language : en
Publisher: Tate
Release Date : 2003-06-10


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Peter Blake is one of the most influential and original artists working in Britain today, with a career than spans six decades. His fascination with the heroes of popular music, sport and film made him a vital contributor to the emergence of Pop art in Britain. He continues to produce work in a diverse range of media, including painting, collage, sculpture, assemblage, printmaking and illustration.