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Vitamin D2 : new perspectives in drawing /

by Price, Matt [editor,].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 351 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9780714865287; 0714865281.Subject(s): Drawing -- 21st century -- Catalogs
Contents:
Preface -- 'Drawing today' / by Christian Rattemeyer -- Njideka Akunyili -- Diana Al-Hadid -- Dove Allouche -- Uri Aran -- Edgar Arceneaux -- Shuvinai Ashoona -- Charles Avery -- Firelei Báez -- Judie Bamber -- Marc Bauer -- Abdelkader Benchamma -- Dan Beudean -- Anna Boghiguian -- Pablo Bronstein -- Elijah Burgher -- Katarina Burin -- Johanna Calle -- Bonnie Camplin -- Paul Chan -- Nikhil Chopra -- Nik Christensen -- Tony Cruz Pabón -- Adam Dant -- Louise Despont -- Anju Dodiya -- Antonis Donef -- Matías Duville -- Richard Forster -- Neal Fox -- Vidya Gastaldon -- Ewan Gibbs -- Alasdair Gray -- Nilbar Güreş -- Gonkar Gyatso -- Karl Haendel -- David Haines -- Kira Lynn Harris -- Steven C. Harvery -- Adam Helms -- Christine Hiebert -- Anna Lea Hucht -- Alain Huck -- Donna Huddleston -- Colter Jacobsen -- Cameron Jamie -- Jia Aili -- Dorota Jurczak -- Elias Kafouros -- Maria Kontis -- Irene Kopelman -- Vlad Kulkov -- Friedrich Kunath -- Cary Kwok -- Moshekwa Langa -- Elad Lassry -- Jose Legaspi -- Ellen Lesperance -- Richard Lewer -- Mateo López -- Britta Lumer -- Wardell Milan -- Dan Miller -- Aleksandra Mir -- Adriana Molder -- Matthew Monahan -- Marcelo Moscheta -- Ciprian Mureșan -- Manish Nai -- Eko Nugroho -- Nicolás Paris -- Amalia Pica -- Diogo Pimentão -- Olivia Plender -- Rita Ponce de León -- J. Ariadhitya Pramuhendra -- Jorge Queiroz -- Imran Qureshi -- Jen Ray -- Alan Reid -- Mary Reid Kelley -- Cameron Robbins -- Nicolás Robbio -- Pietro Roccasalva -- Yehudit Sasportas -- Jorge Satorre -- Elisabeth Scherffig -- Aurel Schmidt -- Mithu Sen -- Seher Shah -- Wilson Shieh -- Paul Sietsema -- Martin Skauen -- Deb Sokolow -- Christiana Soulou -- Mircea Suciu -- Sun Xun -- Gert and Uwe Tobias -- Suzanne Treister -- Tatiana Trouvé -- Ignacio Uriarte -- Donald Urquhart -- Andra Ursuta -- J. Parker Valentine -- Iris van Dongen -- Marcel van Eeden -- Erik van Lieshout -- Rinus van de Velde -- Adrián Villar Rojas -- Jorinde Voigt -- Charline von Heyl -- Kemang Wa Lehulere -- Claudia Wieser -- Hugo Wilson -- Gosia Wlodarczak -- Balint Zsako -- Artist biographies -- Index.
Summary: Vitamin D2 offers a critical account of the recent evolution and role of drawing in the art world, and introduces to the world prominent trends, methods and artists in the field. The 115 artists, nominated by highly respected critics and curators from around the world, are presented in an A to Z order with about 5 selections of work reproduced for each. The 500-word texts accompanying each artist offer insight into their careers to date, and aims at introducing the methods and subject matter at issue in their recent works. List(s) this item appears in: Drawing 3.1 | Drawing 3.2 | General Drawing 1.2 | General Drawing 2.1 | Life Drawing 1.1 | Life Drawing 1.2 | General Drawing 2.2 | Life Drawing 2.1 | Life Drawing 2.2
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Commissioning editor: Craig Garrett.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface -- 'Drawing today' / by Christian Rattemeyer -- Njideka Akunyili -- Diana Al-Hadid -- Dove Allouche -- Uri Aran -- Edgar Arceneaux -- Shuvinai Ashoona -- Charles Avery -- Firelei Báez -- Judie Bamber -- Marc Bauer -- Abdelkader Benchamma -- Dan Beudean -- Anna Boghiguian -- Pablo Bronstein -- Elijah Burgher -- Katarina Burin -- Johanna Calle -- Bonnie Camplin -- Paul Chan -- Nikhil Chopra -- Nik Christensen -- Tony Cruz Pabón -- Adam Dant -- Louise Despont -- Anju Dodiya -- Antonis Donef -- Matías Duville -- Richard Forster -- Neal Fox -- Vidya Gastaldon -- Ewan Gibbs -- Alasdair Gray -- Nilbar Güreş -- Gonkar Gyatso -- Karl Haendel -- David Haines -- Kira Lynn Harris -- Steven C. Harvery -- Adam Helms -- Christine Hiebert -- Anna Lea Hucht -- Alain Huck -- Donna Huddleston -- Colter Jacobsen -- Cameron Jamie -- Jia Aili -- Dorota Jurczak -- Elias Kafouros -- Maria Kontis -- Irene Kopelman -- Vlad Kulkov -- Friedrich Kunath -- Cary Kwok -- Moshekwa Langa -- Elad Lassry -- Jose Legaspi -- Ellen Lesperance -- Richard Lewer -- Mateo López -- Britta Lumer -- Wardell Milan -- Dan Miller -- Aleksandra Mir -- Adriana Molder -- Matthew Monahan -- Marcelo Moscheta -- Ciprian Mureșan -- Manish Nai -- Eko Nugroho -- Nicolás Paris -- Amalia Pica -- Diogo Pimentão -- Olivia Plender -- Rita Ponce de León -- J. Ariadhitya Pramuhendra -- Jorge Queiroz -- Imran Qureshi -- Jen Ray -- Alan Reid -- Mary Reid Kelley -- Cameron Robbins -- Nicolás Robbio -- Pietro Roccasalva -- Yehudit Sasportas -- Jorge Satorre -- Elisabeth Scherffig -- Aurel Schmidt -- Mithu Sen -- Seher Shah -- Wilson Shieh -- Paul Sietsema -- Martin Skauen -- Deb Sokolow -- Christiana Soulou -- Mircea Suciu -- Sun Xun -- Gert and Uwe Tobias -- Suzanne Treister -- Tatiana Trouvé -- Ignacio Uriarte -- Donald Urquhart -- Andra Ursuta -- J. Parker Valentine -- Iris van Dongen -- Marcel van Eeden -- Erik van Lieshout -- Rinus van de Velde -- Adrián Villar Rojas -- Jorinde Voigt -- Charline von Heyl -- Kemang Wa Lehulere -- Claudia Wieser -- Hugo Wilson -- Gosia Wlodarczak -- Balint Zsako -- Artist biographies -- Index.

Vitamin D2 offers a critical account of the recent evolution and role of drawing in the art world, and introduces to the world prominent trends, methods and artists in the field. The 115 artists, nominated by highly respected critics and curators from around the world, are presented in an A to Z order with about 5 selections of work reproduced for each. The 500-word texts accompanying each artist offer insight into their careers to date, and aims at introducing the methods and subject matter at issue in their recent works.

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