- By Uta Grosenick Burkhard Riemschneider

Art Now:Artists at the Rise of the New Millennium

  • Title: Art Now:Artists at the Rise of the New Millennium
  • Author: Uta Grosenick Burkhard Riemschneider
  • ISBN: 9783822840931
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Art Now Artists at the Rise of the New Millennium Contemporary art in a nutshell TASCHEN s th anniversary special edition This Art Now th anniversary special edition brings together recent work and biographical information for over of today s

    Contemporary art in a nutshell TASCHEN s 25th anniversary special edition This Art Now 25th anniversary special edition brings together recent work and biographical information for over 80 of today s most influential artists, forming a broad and vibrant spectrum of the work that has shaped the art world in recent years Featured artists include Matthew Barney, MaurizioContemporary art in a nutshell TASCHEN s 25th anniversary special edition This Art Now 25th anniversary special edition brings together recent work and biographical information for over 80 of today s most influential artists, forming a broad and vibrant spectrum of the work that has shaped the art world in recent years Featured artists include Matthew Barney, Maurizio Cattelan, John Currin, Tacita Dean, Thomas Demand, Rineke Dijkstra, Douglas Gordon, Andreas Gursky, Thomas Hirschhorn, Damien Hirst, Mike Kelley, Martin Kippenberger, Jeff Koons, Sharon Lockhart, Won Ju Lim, Paul McCarthy, Mariko Mori, Sarah Morris, Vik Muniz, Takashi Murakami, Shirin Neshat, Albert Oehlen, Chris Ofili, Gabriel Orozco, Jorge Pardo, Elizabeth Peyton, Thomas Ruff, Cindy Sherman, Thomas Struth, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Luc Tuymans, Jeff Wall, and Andrea Zittel.

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    1. This is my second try at a review - I pressed the wrong button and lost what I was typing. Come to think of it, maybe I should leave it there. My rating says what I think.

    2. I LOVE the Taschen Now series.Expected highpoints: the humanity of John Currin and the brilliance of Takashi Murakami.Surprising highpoints: the modern surreal interpretations of Glenn Brown, the perceptions of reality and our culture from the uncommon viewpoint of Andreas Gursky, and what I call the aboriginally-influenced work of Chris Ofili.I could eat up these books all day.

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