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Beat Streuli: Public Work 1996-2011 (udgave 2012)

af Raymond Bellour, Roberta Valtorta, Salome Schnetz (Redaktør), Beat Streuli (Fotograf)

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Swiss artist Beat Streuli takes the urban environment and its inhabitants as the central motif of his work. His photographs are neither documentary nor conceptual: rather they lead us to a form of aesthetics that one could describe as the 'glamour of the usual.'This monograph is a survey of his oeuvre of the last 15 years, which includes billboards and large-scale window installations on the facades of public buildings, and a selection of his installations of slide and video projections.Streuli by Streuli: an extensive image sequence mostly taken by the artist himself documents Streuli's rejection of the classic museum exhibition context. Instead he takes the photographs back to their place of origin – public space. With newly commissioned texts by Raymond Bellour, Roberta Valtorta, and Jonathan Watkins.Published on the occasion of the exhibition Beat Streuli at Museo di Fotografia Contemporanea, Milan (22 April - 12 October 2012) and at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham (20 November 2012 - 4 February 2013).… (mere)
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Titel:Beat Streuli: Public Work 1996-2011
Forfattere:Raymond Bellour
Andre forfattere:Roberta Valtorta, Salome Schnetz (Redaktør), Beat Streuli (Fotograf)
Info:JRP|Ringier (2012), Paperback, 160 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:TR 659.8 S767 2012, Photography

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Swiss artist Beat Streuli takes the urban environment and its inhabitants as the central motif of his work. His photographs are neither documentary nor conceptual: rather they lead us to a form of aesthetics that one could describe as the 'glamour of the usual.'This monograph is a survey of his oeuvre of the last 15 years, which includes billboards and large-scale window installations on the facades of public buildings, and a selection of his installations of slide and video projections.Streuli by Streuli: an extensive image sequence mostly taken by the artist himself documents Streuli's rejection of the classic museum exhibition context. Instead he takes the photographs back to their place of origin – public space. With newly commissioned texts by Raymond Bellour, Roberta Valtorta, and Jonathan Watkins.Published on the occasion of the exhibition Beat Streuli at Museo di Fotografia Contemporanea, Milan (22 April - 12 October 2012) and at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham (20 November 2012 - 4 February 2013).

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