Nairy Baghramian : deformation professionnelle / Nairy Baghramian.

by Baghramian, Nairy, 1971-Looking glass; Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst (Ghent, Belgium) [host institution.]Looking glass; Walker Art Center [host institution.]Looking glass.

Publisher: Munich : Prestel, [2018]Description: 205 pages (some folded) : illustrations (black and white, and colour) ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9783791356464.Other title: Nairy Baghramian; Deformation professionnelle.Subject(s): Baghramian, Nairy, 1971- -- Exhibitions | Women artists -- IranLooking glass | Sculpture, Modern -- 21st centuryLooking glassNote: Published to accompany the exhibition held at S.M.A.K., Ghent, 26th November 2016-19th February 2017, and at Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 8th September 2017-5th February 2018.Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
List(s) this item appears in: Women artists/designers
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This generously illustrated book is the first comprehensive monograph on the contemporary artist Nairy Baghramian. Born in Iran and based in Berlin, German artist Nairy Baghramian explores and reflects on formal languages of both modernism and post-minimalism. Over the past two decades, Baghramian has become known for her reflections on minimalism and her contextual approaches to exhibition via sculpture and site-responsive installations. Her work marks boundaries, transitions, and gaps in the museum space and the urban space, referencing interior and exterior, fashion and design, theater and dance, form and meaning, and context and discourse. This lavishly illustrated overview of the work of Nairy Baghramian includes illuminating texts that explore the sculptor's creative process. 300 colour illustrations

Published to accompany the exhibition held at S.M.A.K., Ghent, 26th November 2016-19th February 2017, and at Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 8th September 2017-5th February 2018.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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