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ACADEMY OF TAL R.

Author: Kold, Anders, and Jorgensen, Laerke Rydal, ed.
Country: London
Code: 7113
Language: English
Year Published: 2017
No. of pages: 224
Illustrations: 143 Color Illustrations. 22 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 12”x 10”
Weight: 3.00

Price: 75.00

Joyously chromatic and brimming with reckless vitality, the paintings, drawings and collages of Danish artist Tal R (born 1967) are anything but academic--hence the ironic title of this overview, which surveys works from the past 20 years of his vast output as well as a series of new works. Tal R has been a storyteller from the outset of his career in the 1990s, always hovering between figuration and abstraction with a special eye for the overlooked, hidden and repressed spaces of modern life. "I do painting a bit like people make a lunch box," he once declared. "I constantly have this hot-pot boiling and I throw all kinds of material into it." While the artist is well known as a prolific publisher of artist's books (usually gathering specific bodies of work), Academy of Tal R is the most substantial overview of his diverse ouevre yet published.

AF KLINT, HILMA: I DESCRIBE THE WAY AND MEANWHILE I AM PROCEEDING ALONG IT. A Short Introduction on Method and Intention in Hilma af Klint’s Work from as Esoteric Perspective

Author: Lindén, Gurli
Country: Sweden
Code: 2380
Language: English
Year Published: 1998
No. of pages: 30
Illustrations: 2 Color Illustrations.
Size: 8”x 7”
Weight: 0.00

Price: 75.00

Hilma af Klint (1862-1944) was a progressive and spiritualist painter and a pioneer among women artists. She regarded herself to to be a disciple of “High Masters” from another dimension, and she expressed in her painting what she understood as her dialogue with the movements of Theosophy and Rosicrucianism. She was also a student of Rudolph Steiner’s teachings. Her work ranges from the colorful, geometrical style of early modernism, to excellent portraits, to an abstracted fantasy world reminiscent of Klimt. This short monograph contains a biographical essay presenting her ideas, her reasoning and her ambitions in a most intriguing and concise manner.

ANDERSEN, KÅRE .

Author: Olga Schmedling
Country: Norway
Code: 1068
Language: Norwegian/English translation
Year Published: 1992
No. of pages: 19
Illustrations: 23 & Color Illustrations. 9 & 19 & 18 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 10”x 8 1/2”
Weight:

Price: 14.50

Catalogue 1 on the sculptures of Kåre Andersen made from wood often with wires wound around alongated pieces. Serigraphs of wood constructions placed in a lake or river. Bronze sculpture on view to the public in New Orleans, Louisiana. Catalogue 2 & 3 Kåre Andersen and Nils Aasland make wood constructions in nature, which harmonize with nature, on land and floating in water.

ANDERSEN, TAGE’S ÄVENTYR. skildrat i decoupage av Ellen Norman Lindhardt / depicted in decoupage by Ellen Norman Lindhardt

Author: Leth, Anne Jean
Country: Denmark
Code: 7020
Language: Danish
Year Published: 2015
No. of pages: 51
Illustrations: 25 Color Illustrations. 0 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 8”x 6”
Weight: 1.00

Price: 49.50

Surreal decoupager by Ellen Norman Lindhardt

ART AND POLITICS OF ASGER JORN, THE. The Avant-Garde Won’t Give Up

Author: Kurczynski, Karen
Country: England
Code: 6994
Language: English
Year Published: 2014
No. of pages: 261
Illustrations: 16 Color Illustrations. 54 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 10” x 7”
Weight: 2.00

Price: 125.00

A leading figure of the postward avant-garde, Danish artist Asger Jorn has long been recognzed for his founding contributions to the Cobra and Situationist International movements - yet art historical scholarship on Jorn has been sparse, particularly in English. This study corrects that imbalance, offering a synthetic account of the essential phases of this prolific artist’s career. it addresses his works in various media alongside his extensive writings and his collaborations with various artists’ groups from the 1940s through the mid-1960s. The author reframes our understanding of the 1950s away from the Abstract Expressionist focus on individual expression, toward a more open-ended conception of art as a public engagement with contemporary culture and politics. Extensively researched and profusely illustrated.