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by Myers, Terry R [editor.].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Documents of contemporary art series: Description: 239 pages ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780854881888; 0854881883; 9780262515672; 0262515679.Subject(s): Painting, Modern -- 20th century -- Themes, motives | Painting, Modern -- 21st century -- Themes, motives | Art criticism | Art -- Themes, motives
Contents:
Painting : The end of painting, 1981 / Douglas Crimp -- The painting before painting, 1981 / Gilles Deleuze -- Last exit: painting, 1981 / Thomas Lawson -- The radiant child / Rene Ricard -- Notes on the paintings / Peter Halley -- The invisible body, 1983 / Norman Bryson -- Victorine: libretto for an opera, 1984 / Art & Language -- Signs taken for wonders, 1986 / Hal Foster -- In conversation with Benjamin H.D. Buchloh / Gerhardt Richter -- Robots and painters, 1987 / Lee Ufan -- Dreaming America, 1989 / Barry Schwabsky -- Thrift store paintings, 1990 / Jim Shaw -- Painting and its others: in the realm of the feminine, 1991 / Shirley Kaneda -- The painting undone, 1991 / Meyer Raphael Rubinstein -- In conversation, 1992 / Vija Celmins and Chuck Close -- Spiritual America: Sue Williams taps a vein of female anger, 1992 / Elizabeth Hess -- Punishment and decoration: art in an age of militant superficiality, 1993 / Michael Corris and Robert Nickas -- Woman and painting, 1993 / Marlene Dumas -- Course proposal, 1993 / Mira Schor -- Unbound, 1994 / Adrian Searle -- In conversation with Oleg Grabar, 1994 / Philip Taaffe -- In conversation with Keith Sward, 1995 / John Currin -- Basquiat, 1996 / Julian Schnabel -- Cabbages, raspberries and video's thin brightness, 1996 / Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe -- In conversation with Terry R. Myers, 1996 / Lari Pittman -- Kassel Rock, 1997 / Catherine David and Robert Storr -- In conversation with David Ryan, 1997 / Bernard Frize -- Virtually formal, 1998 / Lane Relyea -- Looking at pictures, 1999 / Mary Heilmann -- Photo-unrealism, 2000 / Howard Halle -- Dismantled norms: apropos an Indian/Asian avant-garde, 2000 / Geeta Kapur -- New openings in Japanese painting: three faces of minor-ity, 2001 / Midori Matsui -- In conversation, 2001 / Albert Oehlen and André Butzer -- Where is painting now?, 2002 / Daniel Birnbaum -- In conversation with Jonathan Watkins, 2002 / Katharina Grosse -- On Paul McCarthy: Painter, (1995), 2003 / Ulrike Groos -- The fortress of solitude, 2003 / Jonathan Lethem -- In conversation with Rochelle Steiner, 2004 / Glenn Brown -- The Tuymans effect, 2004 / Jordan Kantor -- In conversation, 2004 / Beatriz Milhazes and Christian Lecroix -- In conversation with André Magnin, 2004 / Chéri Samba -- Stop painting painting, 2005 / John Kelsey -- The Richter resolution, 2005 / Jerry Saltz -- Classics of modernism: Jutta Koether's treatment of canonical painters, 2006 / Isabelle Graw -- Vanessa Jackson: the private persistence of public art, 2006 / John Tagg -- The painter, 2007 / Svetlana Alpers and Matthew Collings -- Original copies: on the Dafen oil painting village, 2007 / Philip Tinari -- Pavel Büchler: painting as praxis, 2007 / Joan Key -- Figures of defiguration: four theses on abstraction, 2008 / Sebastian Egenhofer -- Painting beside itself, 2009 / David Joselit.
Content advice: Painting has often been pronounced dead since the end of the 19th century, yet its resurgence in the 1980s initiated a dramatic expansion of its field. This is a guide to painting's multiple discourses from that moment, going beyond the modern/postmodern dialectic and redefining the conditions necessary for an artwork to be described as 'painting' in today's and tomorrow's world. List(s) this item appears in: Painting 1 | Painting 2.1 | Painting 2.3: The Figure in Form and Colour | Painting 2.4: People and Portraits | Painting 2.5: Non-Representational Process and Technique | Painting 2.6: Non Representational Concept and Composition | Painting 3.2: Propositional Painting | Painting 1.2 | Painting 2.2
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"Artists surveyed include Francis Alÿs, Kevin Appel, Glenn Brown, Pavel Büchler, Daniel Buren, Ingrid Calame, Vija Celmins, John Currin, Atul Dodiya, Marlene Dumas, Olafur Eliasson, Bernard Frize, Katharina Grosse, Andreas Gursky, Wade Guyton, Peter Halley, Mary Heilmann, Gary Hume, Vanessa Jackson, Martin Kippenberger, Jutta Koether, Michael Krebber, Jonathan Lasker, Paul McCarthy, Suzanne McClelland, Beatriz Milhazes, Marilyn Minter, Takashi Murakami, Surendran Nair, Tam Ochiai, Albert Oehlen, Lari Pittman, Sigmar Polke, Monique Prieto, Gerhard Richter, Robert Ryman, David Salle, Chéri Samba, Julião Sarmento, Jim Shaw, Jessica Stockholder, Hiroshi Sugito, Philip Taaffe, Luc Tuymans, Jeff Wall, Sue Williams"--Back cover.

"Writers include Art & Language, Daniel Birnbaum, Norman Bryson, Douglas Crimp, Gilles Deleuze, Sebastian Egenhofer, Hal Foster, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Isabelle Graw, Ulrike Groos, Howard Halle, David Joselit, Shirley Kaneda, Jordan Kantor, Geeta Kapur, John Kelsey, Joan Key, Thomas Lawson, Jonathan Lethem, Midori Matsui, Lane Relyea, Rene Ricard, Meyer Raphael Rubinstein, Jerry Saltz, Mira Schor, Barry Schwabsky, Adrian Searle, John Tagg, Philip Tinari"--Back cover.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Painting : The end of painting, 1981 / Douglas Crimp -- The painting before painting, 1981 / Gilles Deleuze -- Last exit: painting, 1981 / Thomas Lawson -- The radiant child / Rene Ricard -- Notes on the paintings / Peter Halley -- The invisible body, 1983 / Norman Bryson -- Victorine: libretto for an opera, 1984 / Art & Language -- Signs taken for wonders, 1986 / Hal Foster -- In conversation with Benjamin H.D. Buchloh / Gerhardt Richter -- Robots and painters, 1987 / Lee Ufan -- Dreaming America, 1989 / Barry Schwabsky -- Thrift store paintings, 1990 / Jim Shaw -- Painting and its others: in the realm of the feminine, 1991 / Shirley Kaneda -- The painting undone, 1991 / Meyer Raphael Rubinstein -- In conversation, 1992 / Vija Celmins and Chuck Close -- Spiritual America: Sue Williams taps a vein of female anger, 1992 / Elizabeth Hess -- Punishment and decoration: art in an age of militant superficiality, 1993 / Michael Corris and Robert Nickas -- Woman and painting, 1993 / Marlene Dumas -- Course proposal, 1993 / Mira Schor -- Unbound, 1994 / Adrian Searle -- In conversation with Oleg Grabar, 1994 / Philip Taaffe -- In conversation with Keith Sward, 1995 / John Currin -- Basquiat, 1996 / Julian Schnabel -- Cabbages, raspberries and video's thin brightness, 1996 / Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe -- In conversation with Terry R. Myers, 1996 / Lari Pittman -- Kassel Rock, 1997 / Catherine David and Robert Storr -- In conversation with David Ryan, 1997 / Bernard Frize -- Virtually formal, 1998 / Lane Relyea -- Looking at pictures, 1999 / Mary Heilmann -- Photo-unrealism, 2000 / Howard Halle -- Dismantled norms: apropos an Indian/Asian avant-garde, 2000 / Geeta Kapur -- New openings in Japanese painting: three faces of minor-ity, 2001 / Midori Matsui -- In conversation, 2001 / Albert Oehlen and André Butzer -- Where is painting now?, 2002 / Daniel Birnbaum -- In conversation with Jonathan Watkins, 2002 / Katharina Grosse -- On Paul McCarthy: Painter, (1995), 2003 / Ulrike Groos -- The fortress of solitude, 2003 / Jonathan Lethem -- In conversation with Rochelle Steiner, 2004 / Glenn Brown -- The Tuymans effect, 2004 / Jordan Kantor -- In conversation, 2004 / Beatriz Milhazes and Christian Lecroix -- In conversation with André Magnin, 2004 / Chéri Samba -- Stop painting painting, 2005 / John Kelsey -- The Richter resolution, 2005 / Jerry Saltz -- Classics of modernism: Jutta Koether's treatment of canonical painters, 2006 / Isabelle Graw -- Vanessa Jackson: the private persistence of public art, 2006 / John Tagg -- The painter, 2007 / Svetlana Alpers and Matthew Collings -- Original copies: on the Dafen oil painting village, 2007 / Philip Tinari -- Pavel Büchler: painting as praxis, 2007 / Joan Key -- Figures of defiguration: four theses on abstraction, 2008 / Sebastian Egenhofer -- Painting beside itself, 2009 / David Joselit.

Painting has often been pronounced dead since the end of the 19th century, yet its resurgence in the 1980s initiated a dramatic expansion of its field. This is a guide to painting's multiple discourses from that moment, going beyond the modern/postmodern dialectic and redefining the conditions necessary for an artwork to be described as 'painting' in today's and tomorrow's world.

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