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Support Structures (REPRINT)


Sternberg Press 2014 ISBN 9781933128450 Acqn 18053
Pb 22x28cm 438pp 270ills 50col 27.50
Essays by Bart De Baere, Cline Condorelli, Mark Cousins, Wouter Davidts, Jean-Claude
Lebensztejn, Andrea Phillips, Jaime Stapleton, Jan Verwoert, Eyal Weizman & Rony Brauman.
With works by Michael Asher, Artist Placement Group, Can Altay, Conrad Atkinson, Adam
Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Lonnie van Brummelen & Siebren de Haan, Banu Cennetoglu,
Christopher DArcangelo, Martin Beck, Cevdet Erek, Andrea Fraser, Buckminster Fuller, Ryan
Gander, Ella Gibbs, Frederick Kiesler, Lucy Kimbell, James Langdon, El Lissitzky, Peter Nadin,
The offices of Peter Fend, Coleen Fitzgibbon, Jenny Holzer, Peter Nadin, Richard Prince &
Robin Winters, Gordon Matta-Clark, Antoni Muntadas, Lilly Reich, Support Structure, Rirkrit
Tiravanija, Lawrence Weiner, Christopher Williams, Carey Young,.
Support Structures is a manual for what bears, sustains, and props, for those things that
encourage, care for, and assist; for that which advocates, articulates; for what stands behind,
frames, and maintains: it is a manual for those things that give support. While the work of
supporting might traditionally appear as subsequent, unessential, and lacking value in itself, this
manual is an attempt to restore attention to one of the neglected, yet crucial modes through which
we apprehend and shape the world.
Support Structures is a critical enquiry into what constitutes support, and documents the
collaborative project Support Structure by Cline Condorelli and Gavin Wade. While registering
and collecting reference projects in a new archive of support structures alongside its ten-phase
project, different writers, thinkers, and practitioners were invited from various fields to elaborate
on frameworks and work on texts , which form the theoretical backbone of the publication. The
collection of contributions offers different possibilities for engaging in this unchartered territory,
from propositions to projects, existing systems to ones invented for specific creative processes.

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Gene Oishi - Fox Drum Bebop


Kaya Press 2014 ISBN 9781885030177 Acqn 23308
Pb 14x19cm 285pp 12.95
Hiroshi Kono is eight years old and only just beginning to question the racial and economic
inequities he sees around him, when he and his family--along with 120,000 other Japanese
Americans--are packed off to a concentration camp run by the US government. The harsh and
barren world of the Arizona desert where Hiroshi and his family find themselves sets sibling
against sibling, parent against child and neighbor against neighbor in a complex grappling with
duty and disappointment that will reverberate through the ensuing decades. Sexual initiation,
kabuki tales, jazz clubs and alcoholism form the backdrop against which Hiroshi, his siblings and
his parents struggle to define themselves. Whether describing Hiroshis tumultuous postwar
coming of age or excavating generational grievances exacerbated by internment, Gene Oishi
gives heartbreaking and at times humorous context to the life of a family set adrift by its wartime
experiences.

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Giving And Taking - Antidotes To A Culture Of Greed


nai010 publishers 2014 ISBN 9789462081420 Acqn 24031
Pb16x23cm 208pp 15
Giving and Taking is a collective effort to establish the significance of the so-called non-pecuniary
value of art and society. Markets and money are very crude measures when it comes to
establishing the value of art and feelings. What exactly is being valued in the financial approach
to culture, and what is being overlooked? Giving and Taking explores the layer of solidarity that
exists between those participants in our world economy that nobody seems to address anymore,
because we are blinded by the strict, formal axiomatics of money. With contributions by Peter
Sloterdijk, Marcel Hnaff, Zygmunt Bauman, Joris Luyendijk, and many others.
If we need an answer to what the real value is in society and in art and we need that answer
urgently why not ask philosophers, anthropologists, aestheticians, sociologists, and others who
have been addressing this issue for years This book presents an open-minded quest that refuses
to be lured into a single train of thought, but that instead traverses a network of discourses in
order to find the way out towards, or maybe back into, a society that is not predatory, parasitic, or
bluntly indifferent towards what it destroys.

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Not Now! Now! - Chronopolitics, Art & Research


Sternberg Press 2014 ISBN 9783956791086 Acqn 24667
Pb 17x22cm 188pp 70ills 54col 15.95
With contributions by Nana Adusei-Poku, Jamika Ajalon, Ingrid Cogne, Mathias Danbolt, Yasmine
Eid-Sabbagh, Elizabeth Freeman, Mara Lee Gerdn, Sharon Hayes, Ana Hoffner, Yva Jung,
Renate Lorenz, Suzana Milevska, Andrea Ray.
Not Now! Now! engages with the politics of time in art: historical narratives and memory, the
unforeseen rhythms of time, and the challenge of visualizing time. The book connects the
postcolonial and queer debate around chronopolitics with artistic strategies that introduce breaks,
stutter time, use citations and anachronisms, and introduce deferrals and collapses between time
and meaning.
They thus challenge orderly and rigid temporal concepts and their effects on bodies and the
social. Contributions by art theorists, artists, and artistic researchers highlight how temporal
norms organize our biographies and intimate relations, as well as the handling of capital or the
continuation of colonial relations. The book instead suggests we focus on a particular
non/moment in time: the not-now/now. It indicates a possible break in the temporal order, a
meaningful gap between not now! and now! Or: the past and the future (not now!) uncannily
but promisingly showing up now!

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Henry Taylor
MoMA PS1 2014 ISBN 9780984177646 Acqn 22091
Hb 27x24cm 224pp 92ills 78col 31
Los Angeles-based artist Henry Taylor (born 1958) applies his brush both to canvas and to
unconventional materials--suitcases, crates, cereal boxes, cigarette packs--using everyone and
everything around him as source material. While Taylor drew and painted in his youth, he studied
art formally only later in life, attending the California Institute of the Arts after working for ten years
as a psychiatric nurse at a state hospital. This experience sharpened his interest in, and
appreciation for, individuals from all economic and social backgrounds, and encouraged a
passion to create an intensely empathetic style of portraiture. Published on the occasion of
Taylors 2012 exhibition at MoMA PS1, where the artist established his New York studio for the
duration of the show, the publication explores Taylors ambitious and deeply humanistic project to
present a worldview defined by the people--extraordinary and ordinary--with whom we live.

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Florian Dombois - Struck Modernism


The Green Box 2014 ISBN 9783941644687 Acqn 24073
Hb 19x32cm 98pp 23ills 26.95
Struck Modernism is a project by the artist Florian Dombois, in which he strikes sculptures with a
hammer and records their distinctive sounds with a contact microphone. These sounds are then
combined to form a clock and re-used in a sound installation. The aural qualities of 23 sculptures
from the collection of the Museum Haus Konstruktiv in Zurich are presented in the publication. It
is supplemented with an essay by composer Isabel Mundry and an interview between Dombois
and Sabine Schaschl, director of the museum, as well as a 7" vinyl record of the sound
installation. Dombois focusses on models, landforms, seismic activity, tectonic activity, technical
and scientific fictions. He works with their various representational and media formats - especially
sound.

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Invalid Format 4
Triple Canopy 2015 ISBN 9780984734641 Acqn 24642
Pb 15x23cm 280pp ills 15.95
Edited by Triple Canopy. Contributions by David Auerbach, Claire Barliant, Zoe Beloff, Gabriella
Coleman, Dan Fox, Renee Gladman, Rachel Harrison, Karl Holmqvist, Aaron Kunin, David
Levine, Tan Lin, Nick Mauss, James McCourt, Stuart Sherman, Florine Stettheimer, David
Wojnarowicz, Bryan Zanisnik
Invalid Format is an archive of the publishing activities of Triple Canopy, the New Yorkbased
magazine. It explores how works that were originally presented online, on stage, or at symposia
might be transposed to the codex in a way that recalls those former contexts while also fully
inhabiting the page. "What is sacrificed in pixels and sound is made up for in a primitive portability
you'll recognize, and in an intimacy only the printed stack knows: all that information is destined
to bunk together forever," wrote The New Yorker's Sasha Frere-Jones of Invalid Format. This
fourth volume includes works published in the fifth and sixth years of Triple Canopy's existence,
when the magazine searched for a brick-and-mortar headquarters in Brooklyn; organized its
inaugural marathon reading of Gertrude Stein's The Making of Americans; chronicled the
perversity and heroics of 4chan and its anonymous spawn; published its first literary, or not not
literary issue; and launched Invalid.

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The House Of The Seven Gables


University Galleries Illinois 2014 ISBN 9780945558255 Acqn 23410
Hb 18x24cm 112pp 36col ills 31
The House of the Seven Gables is inspired by Nathaniel Hawthorne's 1851 novel. Serving as a
repository of memory and atonement, the titular mansion itself functions as a portrait of the
family's collective trauma. This publication features 27 works by 22 contemporary artists who
explore themes of haunting, portraiture and the architectural uncanny. In acknowledgement of its
direct relationship to an existing book, The House of the Seven Gables' design references the
layout of the first edition of Hawthorne's novel, and features essays by exhibition curator, Kendra
Paitz, as well as Justine S. Murison, Christopher Atkins and Corinne May Botz. Artists include:
Sue de Beer, Anne Collier, Dario Robleto, Anya Gallaccio, Katy Grannan, Rachel Khedoori,
Jacco Olivier, Robert Overby and Gregor Schneider.

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Richard Hamilton: In The Reflection Of Marcel Duchamp (DVD). A Film By Pascal Goblot
a.p.r.e.s 2014 ISBN 9791091490092 Acqn 24374
DVD 14x19cm 86pp 53mins 20.83 +VAT
Richard Hamilton, the father of Pop Art, devoted his life to the work of another major artist, Marcel
Duchamp, the inventor of ready-made. An enigmatic, strange work, possibly one of the most
complex works in the history of 20th century art, lies at the core of this unique dialogue: 'The
Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even' by Marcel Duchamp, also known as 'The Large
Glass'. Richard Hamilton looked into every detail of this work with no attempt to reduce
Duchamps universe to a single level of understanding. Based on unpublished interviews, this film
by Pascal Goblot explores the exceptional relationship between two influential figures of
contemporary art.

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Who's That Guy: Tell Me More About Guy De Cointet (DVD). A Film By Marie De Brugerolle
Les Presses Du Reel 2014 ISBN 9782840667261 Acqn 24375
DVD 14x19cm 82pp 82mins 27 +VAT
A portrait of Guy de Cointet (1934-1983), a French-born artist based in California who created
text and sculptural works, often combining them as props and stage sets in theatrical
performance pieces. The film is composed of interviews and documents compiled by art critic
Marie de Brugerolle over a period of 10 years. Artists, including John Baldessari, Christophe
Bourseiller, Larry Bell and Paul McCarthy, talk about their contemporary Guy de Cointet and
unreleased documents provide insight into the singularity of his work.

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Les Fleurs Americaines - Cubisme Et Art Abstrait


FRAC Il-de-France 2014 ISBN 9782918138105 Acqn 24673
Hb 19x26cm 256pp 180ills 19col 27
Based on the collections of the Museum of American Art (MoAA), Berlin and the Salon de
Fleurus, New York, the exhibition Les fleurs amricaines, which took place at Frac le-de-France /
Le Plateau, recounted, through anonymous copies, the origins of the writing of the history known
as the history of modern art, to question the notions of originality, uniqueness and authenticity of
the work of art that still prevail today in the art world.
First publication in English and French dedicated to the MoAA and the Salon de Fleurus'
activities, this catalogue expands on the issues raised by the exhibition through a range of texts
and differently sourced images. Modelled on the catalogue that accompanied the 1936 exhibition
titled Cubism and Abstract Art that was organized by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. at the MoMA in New York,
this catalogue borrows some aspects of that original design to revisit the three moments of Les
fleurs amricaines : From the Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, Muse d'Art Moderne and 50 ans
d'art aux Etats-Unis, through an assortment of photographs, drawings and anonymously authored
texts entitled Tales of the Artisans. Also included are the transcription of and images that
accompanied a lecture given by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. at Le Plateau on December 17, 2012, retracing
some of the key episodes in the construction of the history and museography of modern art in
Europe and the USA. An interview with Walter Benjamin, the post-mortem spokesperson for the
MoAA, together with a text by the curators Elodie Royer and Yoann Gourmel regarding the
exhibition and the activities of the Salon de Fleurus in New York and the MoAA in Berlin complete
this publication.

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Pascal Pinaud - Serial Painter


Musee D'Art Moderne Geneve 2014 ISBN 9782940159550 Acqn 24674
Pb 22x24cm 288pp 185ills 160col 35

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Adrian Schiess - A Perfectly Normal, Traditional Discourse About Painting


FRAC Provence-Alpes-Cote Azur 2014 ISBN 9782358640602 Acqn 24675
Pb 19x26cm 208pp 200col ills 29.95
For Adrian Schiess, painting has never meant wanting to build an oeuvre. It is above all about
following through a vital questioning whose finality is revealed only as it progresses. For almost
thirty years, Adrian Schiess has been pursuing an artistic and spiritual adventure that has never
swerved from its original direction, so that we now have a powerful sense of the coherence of
both the man and his art. Artists have always taught us how to enter the real, to perceive the
world's density. The work enables us to refine our gaze, it stimulates the surprises of
contemplation, recreating the essential links between man and nature. The work as mirror of
nature, mediator in our relation to the world, stimulates multiple uses, like a critical mirror of
society, questioning the viewer about ideas of growth, death, chance, contingency and
transience. - Pascal Neveux

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Martin Beck - The Particular Way In Which Things Exist


Ellen Art Gallery 2014 ISBN 9782920394933 Acqn 24677
Pb 18x24cm 204pp 36col ills 27
Martin Beck, an artist whose interests lie at the intersection of art, design, architecture, and
historical inquiry, is concerned with shifts and changes of perspective that occurred in the period
of late modernism; how their material, formal, and social structure impacts contemporary culture.
An interrelated concern for Beck is what generates form making and what rules govern it, whether
it be forms of organization, display, communication, enunciation, knowledge, or research and how
it comes together, operates, and is perceived in the format of the exhibition. Conversely, in using
the exhibition as a medium, Beck asks how the exhibition and the artworks therein provide and
negotiate a space for this investigation. Published on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition at
Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Concordia University, Montreal.

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May 13
May 2014 ISBN 9791093123127 Acqn 24678
Pb 18x24cm 160pp 70ills 16.50
Conceived as a collective space in which to develop thoughts and confront positions on artistic
production, May magazine examines, quarterly, contemporary art practice and theory in direct
engagement with the issues, contexts and strategies that construct these two fields. An approach
that could be summed up as critique at work or as critique actively performed in text and art
forms alike.
Featuring essays, interviews, art works and reviews by artists, writers and diverse practitioners of
the arts, the magazine also intends to address the economy of the production of knowledge the
starting point of this reflection being the space of indistinction between information and
advertisement typical of our time. This implies a dialogue with forms of critique produced in other
fields.
Dborah Danowski, : the End and the Beginning / Stephanie Wakefield, Man in the
Anthropocene (as portrayed by the film Gravity) / Politics in the Anthropocene (a conversation
between Stephanie Wakefield and Antek Walczak) / Jenna Bliss, Elise Duryee-Browner, Damon
Sfetsios, DIY or DIE: A Pastoral Selfie / Two Tales / Valentin Bour & Mlanie Matranga, insert:
Dustin / Daniel Horn on Stewart Uoo / John Beeson on Tetsumi Kudo / Karl Holmqvist on Lili
Reynaud-Dewar / douard Montassut on Camille Blatrix / Kerstin Stakemeier on Anne Imhof /
Karl Holmqvist on Dorothy Iannone / Mica Gherghescu on Dubuffet typograph by Pierre Leguillon
/ Jason Simon on Charles James / Limited Edition: Neil Beloufa.

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Herman De Vries - In Memory Of Scottish Forests


Les Presses Du Reel 2014 ISBN 9782951263871 Acqn 24679
Pb 21x30cm 408pp 2col ills 42.95

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Outside The Lines


Contemporary Art Museum Houston 2014 ISBN 9781933619460 Acqn 23385
Pb 16x24cm 288pp 136col ills 27.50
Published on the occasion of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houstons 65th anniversary,
Outside the Lines documents the conceptual framework of the institutions ability to act and think
outside the norm. This publication, originally conceived as an ongoing curatorial dialogue,
features six exhibitions on abstract painting, focusing on the legacies and contemporary
manifestations of the genre. With text and analysis by museum director Bill Arning, curator Dean
Daderko and senior curator Valerie Cassel Oliver, Outside the Lines details, in three sections,
Arnings UIA (Unlikely Iterations of the Abstract) and Painting: A Love Story; Daderkos Outside
the Lines and Rites of Spring; as well as Cassel Olivers Black in the Abstract: Epistrophy and
Black in the Abstract: Hard Edges/Soft Curves. Each section includes texts and images for the
exhibitions featured, as well as information on over 90 artists whose works are highlighted.
Edited by Valerie Cassel Oliver, Nancy O'Connor. Text by Bill Arning, Valerie Cassel Oliver, Dean
Daderko.

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Towards A New Cultural Cartography. Sharjah Biennial 11


Sharjah Art Foundation 2014 ISBN 9789948207825 Acqn 23964
Pb 13x20cm 276pp 150col ills 21
In this volume, curators, theorists, artists and writers argue for methods of map-making that go
beyond geographic representation. The artist emerges as a new cartographer, who intervenes in
existing maps to reveal the knowledge and memories that lie beneath the geo-political realities of
the present.
Edited by Karen Marta. Text by Hoor Al-Qasimi, Camp and Edward Simpson, Patrick D. Flores,
Franoise Verges, et al.

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Thread Lines
The Drawing Center 2014 ISBN 9780942324884 Acqn 24631
Pb 15x23cm 86pp 49col ills 15.95
Thread Lines departs from the typical assumption that drawing means putting pen to paper,
framing it instead as an open-ended act in which lines can be woven, stitched, knit, even
embodied. Featuring 16 artists who use textile in a variety of formats (embroidery, weaving,
collage, performance), the expressive and conceptual possibilities of line are highlighted, with an
emphasis on its making. For some artists the line functions as a direct extension of the bodya
performative act or participatory event. Others work in abstraction; still others use the line as a
means of addressing gender, personal narrative and politics. Thread Lines includes works by
Mnica Bengoa, Louise Bourgeois, Sheila Hicks, Ellen Lesperance, Kimsooja, Beryl Korot, Maria
Lai, Sam Moyer, William J. O'Brien, Robert Otto Epstein, Jessica Rankin, Elaine Reichek, Drew
Shiflett, Alan Shields, Lenore Tawney and Anne Wilson.

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Saul Steinberg - Anniversary Exhibition


Pace Gallery NY 2014 ISBN 9781935410614 Acqn 24314
Hb 25x25cm 84pp 58col ills 34
Widely celebrated for his contributions to The New Yorker, Steinberg was a nimble artist who
adapted to whatever medium fit his exploration of the world. The exhibition catalogue
encompasses five decades of work and covers the breadth of his artistic practice. Steinbergs
varied output reflects the defiant curiosity and fiercely modernist attitude of an artist trying to
make sense of the chaotic postwar period. An immigrant to the United States, Steinberg crafted
his visual outlook to explore the radical upheaval of the world and examine American values.
Unlike his peers who receded into pure abstraction, Steinberg pursued a pictorial agenda,
projecting his anxieties and uncertainties outward, into both the world of fine art and the homes of
Americans through popular magazines. His influences spanned Dada, Surrealism, Cubism and
Pop, but Steinberg was never content to just produce works of aesthetic interest. Instead, he
sought to confront the world, creating what he called puzzles that elicited critical contemplation,
raising questions without providing answers.

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Fred Wilson - Sculptures, Paintings And Installations 2004-2014


Pace Gallery NY 2014 ISBN 9781935410607 Acqn 24315
Pb 24x30cm 88pp 47col ills 34
Since the beginning of his career, Wilson has created a diverse range of work that challenges
assumptions of history, culture and race. As Doro Globus writes in the exhibition catalogue,
Wilsons appropriation is wide reaching. Simultaneously working with decorative art and national
symbols, he breaks down the supposed structures in place and offers up an alternative view of
nearly everything he touches. He treats even the seemingly simplest of forms, a mirror or a flag,
in the same manner as an entire museum collection; clearly showing the relevance and import of
his work outside such institutions.

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David Hockney - The Arrival Of Spring


Pace Gallery NY 2014 ISBN 9781935410591 Acqn 24313
Pb 24x30cm 72pp 77ills 22col 34
The Arrival of Spring includes iPad prints, charcoal drawings, and a video installation depicting
the gradual change from winter to spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire. Born and raised nearby,
Hockney first became acquainted with Woldgate around the age of fifteen, while working on a
farm during the summers of 1952 and 1953. After spending decades living and working in Los
Angeles, the artist settled in Yorkshire once more in 1999, rekindling his interest in its landscape.

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David Hockney - Some New Painting (and Photography)


Pace Gallery NY 2014 ISBN 9781935410638 Acqn 24685
Pb 25x29cm 54pp 23col ills 31
Some New Painting (and Photography) is Hockneys first exhibition of works completed since his
return to Los Angeles from England, where he spent a decade pictorially exploring the East
Yorkshire landscape of his youth.
The works in the exhibition demonstrate Hockneys longstanding dedication to painting and to
depicting the human figure. Hockney made all of these works in his Los Angeles studio using live
modelsfriends, colleagues and dancers. The exhibition includes seated portraits of individuals,
a series of paintings that recalls Matisses masterpiece Dance and paintings of figures posing in
his studio. Hockney moved his figures and objects around the studio. Playing with time and
space, some figures appear more than once in the same painting.
The paintings highlight enduring interests and motifs in Hockneys work: art history, pictorial
space and portraiture. Martin Gayford wrote these paintings create a new kind of pictorial space:
Each figure contains within it multiple points of view, and so does the picture as a whole.
Consequently, the viewer in turn feels in a different relation to every person in the picture, and the
whole painting feels very different to one that contains just one angle of vision.

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Picasso & Jacqueline - The Evolution Of Style


Pace Gallery NY 2014 ISBN 9781935410621 Acqn 24680
Hb 24x27cm 256pp 202ills 152col 69
Picasso & Jacqueline: The Evolution of Style, features works by Pablo Picasso created in the last
two decades of his life while living with his muse, and later, wife, Jacqueline Roque. With many
works from the Picasso family and Jacqueline Roques estate on view to the public for the first
time, plus loans from private collections and major museums including The Metropolitan Museum
of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Centre Pompidou, Paris, this exhibition is
the first to examine Picassos late transformation in style, as seen exclusively through the
portraits of Jacqueline, his last and perhaps greatest love. Picasso & Jacqueline features
painting, sculpture, works on paper, and ceramics, all depicting Jacqueline in a myriad of ways
from odalisque to bridethat would immortalize her arresting beauty.
Fully illustrated catalogue with essays by Professor Fineberg, on the evolution of Picassos style
from 1954 to 1973; art historian and critic Barbara Rose, on Jacqueline as Picassos muse; and
independent curator Daniel Leers, who writes a biographical history of Jacqueline and Picassos
relationship.

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