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Ana Mendieta : le temps et l’histoire me recouvrent

Mendieta, Ana
Dijon, France : Les Presses du réel, 2018

Considérée comme l’une des artistes les plus prolifiques et novatrices de la période de l’après-guerre, l'artiste cubano-américaine Ana Mendieta (1948-1985) a développé une pratique bousculant les cadres admis de la photographie, du film, de la vidéo, du dessin, de la sculpture et de l'installation. Parmi les thèmes majeurs de son travail figurent l'exil, le déplacement et le paysage. Elle est notamment connue pour la série des Siluetas, œuvres hybrides mettant en scène l'empreinte du corps de l'artiste dans la nature.

L'ouvrage offre une vue d'ensemble de sa filmographie, composée de 104 films réalisés entre 1971 et 1981, à travers une série d'essais inédits et un ensemble iconographique tiré des vingt films. [résumé de l'éditeur]
Considérée comme l’une des artistes les plus prolifiques et novatrices de la période de l’après-guerre, l'artiste cubano-américaine Ana Mendieta (1948-1985) a développé une pratique bousculant les cadres admis de la photographie, du film, de la vidéo, du dessin, de la sculpture et de l'installation. Parmi les thèmes majeurs de son travail figurent l'exil, le déplacement et le paysage. Elle est notamment connue pour la série des Siluetas, œuvres ...


Cote : 709.2 M5387t 2018

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Nature

Kastner, Jeffrey
Londre ; Cambridge ( Massachusetts) : Whitechapel Gallery ; MIT Press, 2012

Nature, as both subject and object, has repeatedly been rejected and reclaimed by artists over the last half century. With the dislocation of disciplinary boundaries in visual culture, art that is engaged with nature has also forged connections with a new range of scientific, historical and philosophical ideas. Developing technologies make our interventions into natural systems both increasingly refined and profound. And advances in biological and telecommunication technology continually modify the way we ‘present’ ourselves. So too are artistic representations of nature (human and otherwise) being transformed.

This anthology addresses these issues by considering how the rise of transdisciplinary practices in the postwar era allowed for new kinds of artistic engagement with nature. These include the post-minimalist inscriptions associated with Land art; environmentally engaged practices designed to propose novel forms of stewardship; and more recent projects concerned with relationships between the most subtle and minute components of life and the large-scale appearance of the world. These problematize and unsettle the most basic operations of ‘natural’ personhood and identity.

Including a wide range of writings by and about artists, juxtaposed with influential texts from diverse theoretical bases, this collection provides an overview of the eclectic scientific and philosophical sources that inform contemporary art’s investigations of nature. [editor summary]
Nature, as both subject and object, has repeatedly been rejected and reclaimed by artists over the last half century. With the dislocation of disciplinary boundaries in visual culture, art that is engaged with nature has also forged connections with a new range of scientific, historical and philosophical ideas. Developing technologies make our interventions into natural systems both increasingly refined and profound. And advances in biological ...


Cote : 700.46 K1943n 2012

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Hand to earth : Andy Goldsworthy sculpture, 1976-1990

Goldsworthy, Andy ; Friedman, Terry
New York : H.N.Abrams, 2004

This retrospective book covering the work of Andy Goldsworthy from 1976 to 1990 remains one of the most comprehensive publications on the acclaimed artist. With nearly 200 illustrations featuring early examples of his ephemeral works made of leaves, stalks, sand, and snow, Hand to Earth offers fascinating insights into the ways in which Goldsworthy creates his unique and highly personal artworks. [editor summary]


Cote : 730.92 G6248h 2004

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Rivers and tides : working with time

Riedelsheimer, Thomas ; Goldsworthy, Andy
Docurama, 2002

Wildly praised by the nation's top critics, the smash theatrical hit RIVERS AND TIDES is a mesmerizing, poetic and curiously contemplative portrait of revered Scottish sculptor Andy Goldsworthy, whose long-winding rock walls, icicle assemblages and other intricate, druidic masterpieces are made entirely of materials found in the wild. Gorgeously shot and edited by director Thomas Riedelsheimer, RIVERS AND TIDES is an intoxicating study of the fragile relationship between man, art and nature. [editor summary]
Wildly praised by the nation's top critics, the smash theatrical hit RIVERS AND TIDES is a mesmerizing, poetic and curiously contemplative portrait of revered Scottish sculptor Andy Goldsworthy, whose long-winding rock walls, icicle assemblages and other intricate, druidic masterpieces are made entirely of materials found in the wild. Gorgeously shot and edited by director Thomas Riedelsheimer, RIVERS AND TIDES is an intoxicating study of the ...


Cote : DOCU R551r 2002

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