Author: Miss, Stig
Year Published: 2013
No. of pages: 64
Illustrations: 47 Color Illustrations. 1 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 11 1/2”x 8”
Biblio/Bio: Cat. of exh.
Large group exhibition with the artists’ group Decembristerne creating installations in connection with Thorvaldsen sculptures in very innovative ways.
Author: Hansen, Mikael and Iben From, eds
Year Published: 2005
No. of pages: 49
Illustrations: 54 Color Illustrations. 5 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 10”x 8”
Biblio/Bio: Index. Cat. of exh.
The show intends partly to take part in globalisation and partly to limit the focus to visual arts and the plethora it represents. The exhibition accomplishes this by presenting six selected artists, all Korean residents, and thus in a Danish perspective providing the Danish audience with an opportunity of experiencing how a group of contemporary Korean visual artists work. The artists utilize an international form language in installations, conceptual art, and videos while at the same time researching into developing and refining these expressions.
Author: Blomstedt, Juhana, Figge, Eddie, Gudmundsson, Kristján, Nielsen, Palle, Rickhard, Leonard
Country: New York, NY
Year Published: 1985
No. of pages: 73
Illustrations: many Color Illustrations. few B&W Illustrations.
Size: 10”x 8”
Biblio/Bio: Bios. Index.
Author: Else Bülow
Year Published: 1991
No. of pages: 123
Illustrations: 99 Color Illustrations. 1 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 9 1/2”x 10”
Aalto- Finland’s foremost modern architect- designed the Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum. This book is as much about the inspired architecture of the museum as it is about the stunning collection of contemporary art it houses. Works by Bjørn Nørgaard, Clifford Wright, Per Kirkeby, Svend Wiig Hansen, Geoffrey Hendricks, Max Ernst, Richard Mortensen, and Asger Jorn, among many others, are on rivetting display.
Author: Birnbaum, Daniel; Enderby, Emma; Higgie, Jennifer; et al
Country: United Kingdom
Year Published: 2016
No. of pages: 192
Illustrations: 131 Color Illustrations.
Size: 10” x 8”
Biblio/Bio: Cat. of exh. Bios.
This new Hilma af Klint catalogue is produced to accompany the exhibition Painting the Unseen at the Serpentine Gallery, in London. Af Klint is the earliest-born artist ever to be shown in a one-person exhibition at the Serpentine. This presentation of her work focuses on several key series from The Paintings for the Temple alongside a selection of notebooks and two later series from the 1920s. The catalogue includes images of all the works in the exhibition and contributions to the growing research on af Klint.