Art:21 - Art in the Twenty First Century 5

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Title: Art:21 - Art in the Twenty First Century 5
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ISBN10: 0615308368
ISBN13: 978-0615308364
Publisher: Art 21, Inc. New York; 1st edition (October 1, 2009)
Language: English
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Size PDF: 1535 kb
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Rating: 4.2/5
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Pages: 224 pages
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Mirroring the unique strengths of the Peabody Award winning television series broadcast on PBS, Art:21 Art in the Twenty-First Century 5 presents 14 contemporary artists speaking directly and in their own words. The artists' reflections on their processes and inspirations are juxtaposed dynamically with lush, full-color images of their work. The book also includes an introductory essay by Susan Sollins as well as artist biographies and production stills from the series. The artists featured, include Cao Fei, Mary Heilmann, Jeff Koons, Florian Maier-Aichen, William Kentridge, Doris Salcedo, Carrie Mae Weems, John Baldessari, Kimsooja, Allan McCollum, Julie Mehretu, Paul McCarthy, Cindy Sherman, and Yinka Shonibare MBE. All 14 artists demonstrate the breadth of artistic practice across the country and around the world, revealing a wealth of multicultural talent. Art:21 Art in the Twenty-First Century 5 is a 4-part hour long series airing this fall on over 300 PBS channels throughout the U.S.Season Five of Art:21 Art in the Twenty-First Century will premiere on Wednesday, October 7 at 10:00 p.m. on PBS, with three additional one-hour episodes airing over the next three consecutive Wednesdays: October 14, 21 and 28 (check local listings). Through in-depth profiles and dynamic behind-the-scenes footage featuring artists speaking directly about their inspirations and ideas, Season Five shows a broad range of artistic practice, technical innovation, and experimentation, from artists tackling large-scale collaborative projects in hangar-like studios, to those working in the quiet of more intimate studio settings.