Year Published: 1995
No. of pages: 48
Illustrations: 25 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 8 1/2”x 8”
Biblio/Bio: Cat. of exh.
This catalogue presents highlights from the history of Danish film in the past century. This wonderful introduction to Danish cinema documents the first films from 1904 by Peter Elfelt and Ole Olsen, the opening of the Palladium Theater in Copenhagen in the 1930s, to more recent legends such as Sren Kragh-Jacobsen and Lars von Trier.
Author: Ruf, Beatrix
Year Published: 2007
No. of pages: 63
Illustrations: 50 Color Illustrations. 0 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 10”x 9”
Biblio/Bio: Bio. Index. Cat. of exh.
Eija-Liisa Ahtila has manifested her role as one of the most important video artists of her generation on the international scene. Through the diversity of modern media she explores the topics of love, sexuality, wrath, identity, loneliness, seperation, vulnerability and death. Her tense, but precise stories tells us of human relations and circumstances - some ordinary, others extreme, but all deeply relevant.
Author: Laursen, Bodil Busk ed
Language: English/ Danish
Year Published: 2000
No. of pages: 48
Illustrations: 6 Color Illustrations. 4 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 12”x 6 1/2”
Activate this CD and go on a virtual journey through Robert Wilson’s exhibition. With a combination of encyclopedic kowledge, art-historical references and superaesthetic extravaganza, his stagings have been an eye-opener for theaters and museums all around the world, causing them to think in images.
Author: Christoffersen, Michael Bank ed
Year Published: 2014
No. of pages: 143
Illustrations: 67 Color Illustrations.
Size: 11”x 8 1/2”
Biblio/Bio: Bio. Cat. of exh.
All the Small Things, Heart Museum’s first solo exhibition with American artist Cory Arcangel (b. 1978) was Arcangel's first exhibition of new works (some of which reference older seminal works) since 2011. Though at the time of the exhibition Arcangel was only 35 years old, he was already regarded as a pioneer in the use of digital technologies in his work. His early works feature video game mods in which the artist hacked into old Nintendo game cartridges, a line of inquiry which has led to a new body of work that further investigates consumer technologies. Altering and manipulating both contemporary and dated technologies Arcangel produces work that shares sentiments with Minimalism and Fluxus, and calls attention to the complicated, evolving relationships we have as consumers, and humans, to the tools, media platforms, and data that saturate our screens and thus our lives.
Author: Bengt Häger
Country: New York
Year Published: 1990
No. of pages: 303
Illustrations: 155 Color Illustrations. 118 B&W Illustrations.
Binding: Hardbound with Jacket.
Size: 13”x 9 1/2”
This spectacular volume provides an entirely new view of avant-garde art as produced during the enormously creative 1920’s Paris. During this time, the Ballets Suedois (Swedish Ballet) revolutionized the worlds of dance and art. Here is the definitive history of this triumphant troupe, with a general introduction and an analysis of each ballet. Included are chapters on director Rolf de Mare, star dancer and choreographer, Jean Borlin, and brief biographies of all of the people involved in the company. This book includes more than 260 photographs along with set and costume designs, posters, and programs, all created by the leading artists of the day.