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Published by Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Kilimnik, Karen, -- 1949- -- Exhibitions

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Edition Notes

Statementcurated by Ingrid Schaffner ; with contributions by Joel Lobenthal, Dominic Molon, Scott Rothkopf.
GenreExhibitions
ContributionsSchaffner, Ingrid., Rothkopf, Scott, 1976-, Lobenthal, Joel., Molon, Dominic., University of Pennsylvania. Institute of Contemporary Art., Museum of Contemporary Art (North Miami, Fla.), Aspen Art Museum (Aspen, Colo.), Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.)
The Physical Object
Pagination207 p. :
Number of Pages207
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23241751M
ISBN 10088454110X
ISBN 109780884541103

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  After celebrating the desire for fame, the hunger for sex and drugs, the adoration of models, designer clothes, thoroughbred horses and dogs in her delirious and fast-paced large-format book Drawings, Karen Kilimnik explores a new approach, both glamorous and subversive, to her signature motifs in Paintings, her second book published by Edition Patrick Frey: It presents 70 3/5(2). Orchestrating a correspondence between the Romantic tradition and consumer culture, Kilimnik creates wildly imaginative paintings, drawings, assemblage sculptures, installations, photographs, and videos with an uncanny, nostalgic sense of beauty. First noted for her installations of pop cultural detritus (as part of the "scatter art" movement of the s) that recalled the work of feminist Nationality: American. Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs Exhibitions: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kilimnik, Karen, Karen Kilimnik. Philadelphia, Pa.: Institute of. After Drawings (), Paintings () and Kirschgarten (), Photographs is the fourth artist’s book by the Philadelphiaborn and based Karen Kilimnik (b) to be published by Edition Patrick Frey. It brings together the sporadically exhibited and by and large unknown photographic works of the artist, who gained fame in the s with her “scatter art” installations and later with.

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