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Seen, Written

af Klaus Kertess

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Klaus Kertess has long been one of the most consistently original, innovative, and insightful voices in the art world. After launching in 1966 and directing for ten years the influential Bykert Galleryùand with it the careers of several of today's most important artistsùKertess turned full time to writing about and curating contemporary art. Seen, Written brings together for the first time a wide selection of his essays from the last three decades. These texts expertly chart the course of American art from the 1960s through the present, exploring the foundation of art as well as the global context of art making in the twenty-first century. With lucid, beautifully written prose that deeply conveys both the look and the experience of art, Kertess's essays offer new understandings of well-known artists and point to those working today who are making groundbreaking and lasting contributions to contemporary art practice. Artists discussed in depth in the book include John Marin, Willem de Kooning, Joan Mitchell, Malcolm Morley, Brice Marden, Alfonso Ossorio, Barry Le Va, Alan Saret, Keith Sonnier, John Chamberlain, Peter Hujar, Carroll Dunham, Matthew Ritchie, and Chris Ofili. Seen, Written is a joy to read and is certain to become an indispensable source for those interested in the art and culture of our time. --Book Jacket… (mere)
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Klaus Kertess has long been one of the most consistently original, innovative, and insightful voices in the art world. After launching in 1966 and directing for ten years the influential Bykert Galleryùand with it the careers of several of today's most important artistsùKertess turned full time to writing about and curating contemporary art. Seen, Written brings together for the first time a wide selection of his essays from the last three decades. These texts expertly chart the course of American art from the 1960s through the present, exploring the foundation of art as well as the global context of art making in the twenty-first century. With lucid, beautifully written prose that deeply conveys both the look and the experience of art, Kertess's essays offer new understandings of well-known artists and point to those working today who are making groundbreaking and lasting contributions to contemporary art practice. Artists discussed in depth in the book include John Marin, Willem de Kooning, Joan Mitchell, Malcolm Morley, Brice Marden, Alfonso Ossorio, Barry Le Va, Alan Saret, Keith Sonnier, John Chamberlain, Peter Hujar, Carroll Dunham, Matthew Ritchie, and Chris Ofili. Seen, Written is a joy to read and is certain to become an indispensable source for those interested in the art and culture of our time. --Book Jacket

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