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John Baldessari

John Baldessari

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Published by New Museum in New York .
Written in English

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  • Baldessari, John.

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    Catalogue of an exhibition held at the New Museum, New York, and elsewhere, 1981-1982.

    Statementwith essays by Marcia Tucker and Robert Pincus-Witten ; and an interview by Nancy Drew.
    ContributionsTucker, marcia., Pincus-Witten, Robert., New Museum (New York)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19171848M

      The highly anticipated first volume of the complete catalogue of works by John Baldessari The pioneering conceptual artist John Baldessari (b. ) began his career as a painter in the s, but in the subsequent decades he expanded his practice in a new and groundbreaking direction by juxtaposing texts with found photography or appropriated images. John Baldessari was born in in National City, California and died in in Los Angeles, California. Initially trained as a painter, Baldessari began experimenting with text and photography and incorporating them into his work in the mids, evolving his practice through the s into printmaking, film, books, sculpture and installation.

    American conceptual artist, John Baldessari is popular for his photography based on particular ideas, hence the idea creates the art. He was born in June in California. He lives and works in California, Venice and Santa Monica. Baldessari taught in schools, colleges and universities for three decades since From the early text-and-image paintings to the more recent photocollages and installations, John Baldessari has continued to make art that addresses the social impact of mass culture, often playfully, and always astutely and incisively.

    Nose Peak, realized by John Baldessari and published by Three Star Books, recalls the smuggler’s bible or falsely boxed books previously used to store jewels or liquor, or worse. This hyperrealist nose, conceived in the manner of an erudite man wholly possessed by dedication, was sculpted based on various death masks of Gogol and is encased.   John Baldessari, the Californian conceptual artist known for his witty and provocative image-making, has died aged Baldessari was known for countering what he saw as a po-faced conceptual art Author: Tim Jonze.


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