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Jasper Johns Sculpture

Autor: Roberta Bernstein
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ISBN: 9780300227420
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For more than 60 years, Jasper Johns (b. 1930) has remained a singular figure in contemporary art. His most widely influential work-depictions of everyday objects and signs such as flags, targets, flashlights, and lightbulbs-helped change the face of the art world in the 1950s by introducing subject matter that stood in contrast to the prevailing style of Abstract Expressionism. In subsequent decades, Johns's art has increasingly engaged issues of memory and mortality, often incorporating references to admired artistic predecessors. This definitive 5-volume catalogue raisonne documents the entire body of painting and sculpture made by Johns from 1954 through 2014, encompassing 355 paintings and 86 sculptures. Each work is illustrated with a full-page reproduction, nearly all of which were commissioned expressly for this publication. A decade of research underpins the project, with thorough documentation of each object and an overarching monograph that represents the most comprehensive study of the artist's work to date. All facets of the catalogue reflect the input of the artist, who worked closely with the author at all stages.

Jasper Johns

Autor: Jasper Johns
Publisher: Matthew Marks
ISBN: 9781880146576
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This monograph reproduces sculptures and works on paper completed over the last five years by Jasper Johns (born 1930), who in February 2011 became the first visual artist to receive a Presidential Medal of Honor since 1977. The sculptures, cast in bronze, aluminum and silver from wax originals, feature Johns' signature number grid and the impressions of various objects and textures, such as choreographer Merce Cunningham's foot. The recent works on paper include a series of drawings and prints based on three small works Johns made early in 2010 on Shrinky Dinks (a plastic made for children to draw on, which shrinks when heated). Color plates are accompanied by a conversation between Johns and fellow artist Terry Winters, which takes Johns' newest works as the starting point for a broader discussion of his artistic practice.

Figuring Jasper Johns

Autor: Fred Orton
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 9780948462580
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Placing individual works by the allegorical artist and sculptor Jasper Johns in their social context as well as in Johns's oeuvre, this book aims to get to terms with - and find terms for - a difficult and elusive body of work by one of the most important artists of the 20th century.

Jasper Johns

Autor: Jasper Johns
Publisher: Museum of Contemporary Art San
ISBN: 9780934418690
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Text by Hugh M. Davies, Stephanie Hanor, Mark Lancaster.

Jasper Johns And Edvard Munch

Autor: John B. Ravenal
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300220065
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"This is an exhibition catalog exploring the relationship between artists Jasper Johns and Edvard Munch"--

Jasper Johns

Autor: L. M. Poole
Publisher: Crescent Moon Pub
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Jasper Johns is one of the most poignant and sensual of postwar artists, whose works command some of the highest prices for a living artist. He is the creator of the famous flags, targets, ale cans, numbers and letters series. Here, the author traces Johns' development from the Rauschenberg era to the multi-part 'Season' paintings of the 1980s.

Jasper Johns

Autor: Gary Garrels
Publisher: Yale University Press
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An eloquent, accessible survey of the work of the iconic American artist

Jasper Johns

Autor: Jasper Johns
Publisher: Royal Academy of Arts
ISBN: 9781910350690
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"Jasper Johns's art unites mastery, mystery, simplicity, and contradiction. His methodical working process combines intense deliberation and experimentation, obsessive craft, cycles of revision and repetition, and decisive shifts of direction. Johns also frequently borrows images from other artists, which, ironically, only underscores the originality of his own vision. His work occupies a key position in the art of the second half of the twentieth century. Jasper Johns: A Retrospective is the most complete and authoritative resource on it available, containing 264 color plates illustrating his paintings, drawings, sculptures, and prints. Accompanying essays review his essential themes, analyze his references to other artists, and explore how his contemporaries have, in turn, seen and absorbed his own work. The plates are arranged to follow the stages of his career, allowing comparison of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and prints from each period, as his style developed and changed. That comprehensive selection of reproductions is interwoven with an illustrated chronology tracing Johns' life and work with unprecedented accuracy and thoroughness. With its scholarly essays and extensive bibliography, Jasper Johns: A Retrospective is the indispensable reference work on this crucial artist. This volume was originally published to accompany the major exhibition of Johns' work held at The Museum of Modern Art in 1996 and 1997, his first full retrospective in 20 years. It has been out of print since 2002"--Note de l'éditeur.

Jasper Johns

Autor: Richard Francis
Publisher: Abbeville Pr
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This volume reproduces and comments upon the artist's early transformation of commonplace images into art and his more recent works of ready-made images and illusionistic painting

Jasper Johns

Autor: Carolyn Lanchner
Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art
ISBN: 9780870707681
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Text by Carolyn Lanchner.

Jasper Johns

Autor: Roberta Bernstein
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ISBN: 9780300229356
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Spanning over 60 years of Jasper Johns's (b. 1930) prolific career, this spectacular publication is the most comprehensive and definitive study of the artist's work to date. Written by noted Johns expert Roberta Bernstein, the book explores the synergy between continuity and change in the development of the artist's work through 2014. The text is enlivened by the voluminous insight Bernstein has gained over decades of knowing the artist, and she incorporates Johns's own unique manner of talking about his art through interviews and public statements. Each chapter is focused on a specific time period and its prevailing themes in Johns's paintings and sculptures, and throughout the book related drawing and prints are referenced as contributions to an advanced understanding of the work.

American Art Of The 1960s

Autor: Irving Sandler
Publisher: HarperCollins
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Discusses the avant-garde, pop art, photo-realism, op art, kinetic sculpture, minimal sculpture, process art, earthworks, and conceptual art

The Disappearance Of Objects

Autor: Joshua Shannon
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In the years around 1960, a rapid process of deindustrialization profoundly changed New York City. At the same time, massive highway construction, urban housing renewal, and the growth of the financial sector altered the city’s landscape. As the new economy took shape, manufacturing lofts, piers, and small shops were replaced by sleek high-rise housing blocks and office towers. Focusing on works by Claes Oldenburg, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and Donald Judd, art historian Joshua Shannon shows how New York art engaged with this transformation of the city. Shannon convincingly argues that these four artists---all living amid the changes---filled their art with old street signs, outmoded flashlights, and other discarded objects in a richly revealing effort to understand the economic and architectural transformation of their city.

Bruce Conner

Autor: Rudolf Frieling
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520290569
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"This book is published by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on the occasion of the exhibition Bruce Conner: It's All True, co-curated by Stuart Comer, Rudolf Frieling, Gary Garrels, and Laura Hoptman, with Rachel Federman"--Colophon.