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Lucy R. Lippard

Forfatter af Pop Art

98+ Værker 2,114 Medlemmer 20 Anmeldelser

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Lucy Lippard is a highly regarded art historian and critic who has written many articles and books on contemporary and women's art.


Værker af Lucy R. Lippard

Pop Art (1966) — Redaktør; Bidragyder — 259 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Mixed Blessings: New Art in a Multicultural America (1990) 163 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Eva Hesse (1976) 144 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
From the Center (1976) 111 eksemplarer, 2 anmeldelser
Surrealists on Art (1970) 44 eksemplarer
Changing (1847) 42 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Judy Chicago (2002) 37 eksemplarer
Dadas on Art (1971) — Redaktør — 37 eksemplarer
Get the Message?: A Decade of Art for Social Change (1984) 30 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
I see/you mean: A novel (1979) 22 eksemplarer
Ad Reinhardt (1985) 15 eksemplarer
A Different War: Vietnam in Art (1990) 15 eksemplarer
Museum of Capitalism (2017) 11 eksemplarer
Passing Through: Iain Baxter & Photographs 1958-1983 (2006) 9 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Land/Art: New Mexico (2010) 8 eksemplarer
Stuff: Instead of a Memoir (2023) 8 eksemplarer
Karen LaMonte (2020) 8 eksemplarer
A Documentary HerStory of Women Artists in Revolution (2021) 6 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Urban Insights (2005) 6 eksemplarer
Sol LeWitt (2013) 6 eksemplarer
52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone (2022) 5 eksemplarer
Jerry Kearns: Risky Business (1987) 5 eksemplarer
Lucy Lippard: 4,492,040 (2013) 5 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Shantz, Susan: Satiate. (1998) 5 eksemplarer
Joyce Kozloff: Voyages (2007) 3 eksemplarer
Tony Smith (1972) 3 eksemplarer
Ron Noganosh: It Takes Time (2001) 2 eksemplarer
Minimal Art (1968) 2 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
c. 7,500 2 eksemplarer
On Kawara 1967 2 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Recorded Activities (1970) 2 eksemplarer
Cracking (1979) 2 eksemplarer
In Touch 2 eksemplarer
Round Robin 1 eksemplar
5 Prose Fictions (2022) 1 eksemplar
955,000 1 eksemplar
557,087: An exhibition (1969) 1 eksemplar
Distant Relations 1 eksemplar
Escape Attempts 1 eksemplar
New York 13 1 eksemplar
Lois Dodd 1 eksemplar

Associated Works

Art After Modernism: Rethinking Representation (1984) — Bidragyder — 227 eksemplarer
David Wojnarowicz: Brush Fires in the Social Landscape (1994) — Introduktion — 113 eksemplarer, 3 anmeldelser
The New Art: A Critical Anthology (1966) — Bidragyder, nogle udgaver110 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Louise Bourgeois (2008) — Bidragyder — 77 eksemplarer
Who Is Ana Mendieta? (2011) — Forord, nogle udgaver41 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
World War 3 Illustrated 1980-1988 (1989) — Introduktion — 39 eksemplarer
Marks in Place: Contemporary Responses to Rock Art (1988) — Forord, nogle udgaver21 eksemplarer
unmuzzled ox 13 — Bidragyder — 7 eksemplarer
Big Deal #2 — Bidragyder — 3 eksemplarer

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Produced by Otis Gallery for the exhibition of the same title. Organized by Hal Glicksman, Gallery Director, on the recommendation of Kasper Koenig. Exhibition dates October 27 – December 4, 1977. Essay by Lucy Lippard. The catalogue presents On Kawara’s journal documenting the production of his date paintings made during 1967. Also included are original color samples and photographs documenting Kawara’s environment during this period.
petervanbeveren | Jan 7, 2024 |
Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held March 23 - May 26, 1968. Essays by Enno Develing and Lucy Lippard. Artists include: Carl Andre, Ronald Bladen, Dan Flavin, Robert Grosvener, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Robert Morris, Tony Smith, Robert Smithson, and Richard Steiner. Includes artists' biographies and exhibition histories. Illustrated in black-and-white. Text in English and Dutch.
petervanbeveren | Sep 24, 2023 |
As Lippard points out, Hesse’s use of obsessive repetition in her works served to increase and exaggerate the absurdity she saw in her life. In many ways, her works were ”psychic models,” as Robert Smithson has said, of ”a very interior person.” In pioneering the use of ”soft” materials, her sculptures betrayed her awareness of the manner in which her experience as a woman altered her art and career. Although she died before feminism affected the art world to any great extent, her major works have since become talismans for succeeding generations of women artists.Eva Hesse was designed by Hesse’s friends and colleagues Sol LeWitt and Pat Stier; her sculptures, drawings, and paintings are reproduced and discussed; and the text includes numerous quotations from her diaries. First published in 1976 but long out-of-print, this classic text is both an insightful critical analysis and a tribute to an artist whose genius has become increasingly apparent with the passage of time.… (mere)
petervanbeveren | Dec 21, 2022 |
Apparently I used to read alotof art bks. & Lucy Lippard was one of the people I respected for writing about the newest work. Now I cd practically give a shit. Although, recently, thinking about how my social circle once included mostly painters, poets, sculptors, classical musicians, filmmakers, photographers, rock musicians, etc, I realize how boring it is that I know so few people active in some of these fields anymore. So, who cares, right? Get to the fucking review.

I reckon this was one of Lippard's earliest bks. Some of the essays are about older work: dadaism & surrealism; some on newer work: "The Dematerialization of Art". All of it is on something that Lippard had things of substance to say about.

Perhaps the most forward-thinking & creative of the essays is one entitled: "A1b2s19e5n14720e5e5 I9n14f6o15r18a1t20i9o15n14 a1n14d4 o15r18 C3r18i9t20i9c3i9s19m13". The original title wd have all of the letter's numbers in subscript but I don't know how to do that here. In this, Lippard give instructions for creating a piece relating to all the artists in a MoMA show that involves doing reasearch on them & getting them together w/ MoMA board members to discuss things like artists' rights & the relationship of the museum to the world at large, etc. She further specifies that no films glorifying war be shown. Here's an instance typical of the possibilities that conceptual & political art opened up: a critic details what she might do in relation to an art exhibit & then turns that into a script for an action by someone else - using it as an opportunity to examine social responsibility of all parties involved. Bravo!
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tENTATIVELY | Apr 3, 2022 |


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