The Body in Contemporary Art presents an international survey of art made over the last two decades [1990-2010] in which the human form is central.
Featuring work across a range of media, from painting and sculpture to installation, video art and performance, the book examines the different roles played by the body in art, from being the subject of portraiture to becoming an active presence in live and participatory events. Including the work of both internationally renowned and up-and-coming artists from Francis Alys, Marlene Dumas and Matthew Barney to Oleg Kulik, Olafur Eliasson and Ernesto Neto, the book shows how the body continues to be pivotal to our understanding and expression of our place in the universe.
Over de auteur:
Sally O'Reilly (1971) is a writer, critic, teacher and editor. She publishes and distributes text in conventional and expanded forms, from art magazines to performance lectures to opera. She was Writer in Residence at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London in 2010/11, is a tutor at the Royal College of Art, London, and teaches at various other universities around the UK.
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