Edited by Lynne Cooke and Karen Kelly, Tropos documents an installation by Ann Hamilton at Dia, 548 W. 22nd Street. This richly illustrated book includes essays by Lynne Cooke, Dave Hickey, Bruce Ferguson, and Marina Warner.
The first retrospective in the U.S. to feature German artist Blinky Palermo (1943-1977) includes more than 60 works, most of which have never before been shown in North America. This beautifully illustrated volume spans the breadth of Palermo's brief but significant career and explores each phase, beginning with objects and paintings created shortly after he graduated from Joseph Beuys's class at the Dusseldorf Art Academy in the early 1960s and culminating with paintings he produced during his last years in both Germany and New York City. With essays by Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Lynne Cooke, Suzanne Hudson, Susanne Küper, and James Lawrence.
Publication accompanying Dia:Beacon's special exhibition, "Dia's Andy : Through the Lens of Patronage" on view from May 2005 to April 2006. "Dia's Andy," a magazine inspired in part by the design of Interview includes texts by and interviews with Warhol, facsimiles of early reviews of Warhol's works and exhibitions, texts focusing on the work included in the exhibition, and a new essay by art historian Liz Kotz on Warhol's A: A Novel.
With essays by Lynne Cooke, Sianne Ngai and Nancy Shaw, and Neville Wakefield. This book focuses on two works, Stan Douglas's Win, Place, or Show and Douglas Gordon's left is right and right is wrong and left is wrong and right is right, which comprised the exhibition.
This collaborative CD-ROM project consists of a collection of texts by writer-performer Constance De Jong, electronic effigies by artist Tony Oursler, and music and sound by composer/artist Stephen Vitiello. For more information, please click here.