1 edition of Gillian Wearing found in the catalog.
|Statement||[text by Doris Krystof ... et al.].|
|Contributions||Krystof, Doris, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (Germany), Pinakothek der Moderne (Munich, Germany)|
|LC Classifications||N6797.W39 A4 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||2012427076|
Gillian Wearing is an internationally acclaimed artist who won the Turner Prize in her work has been seen at many museums including Museum Modern of Art New York, Tate Modern, Pompidou and also at film festivals including SXSW in Austin Texas, London Film Festival, LA Film Festival. Gillian Wearing’s studio, a former warehouse in east London, is dominated by an enormous bouquet. All around it, stems lie discarded like pickup sticks, while further blooms burst from a .
This beautifully illustrated book draws together for the first time the work of French artist Claude Cahun (–) and British contemporary artist Gillian Wearing (b. ). Although they were born almost a century apart, their work shares similar themes—gender, identity, masquerade, and performance. Gillian Wearing. SOURCE, Winter , pp50 – Gillian Wearing. We look back at the work of Gillian Wearing with an interview by Catherine Grant. The artist talks about the development of her work since and the feature concludes with two new photographs from her current series, published for the first time. In. Me: Me. from.
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Gillian Wearing’s work explores the connections between public and private, fiction and reality, and the relationship between artist and viewer. This monograph provides an overview of the artist’s work from the early, iconic photographs of people holding up signs with written personal confessions or thoughts – entitled Signs That Say What 5/5(1).
Gillian Wearing, Film and Video Umbrella (Firm), Maureen Paley (Firm) Published by Film and Video UmbrellaLondon () ISBN ISBN Book: Gillian Wearing -- Signs that say what you want them to say. Gillian Wearing -- Give people houses there is plenty of empty one’s OK!, from Signs that say what you want them to say and not Signs that say what someone else wants you to say, London, UK, Interim Art,96 pages, 23 x cm., softcover edition of Gillian Wearing CBE, RA (born ) is an English conceptual artist, one of the Young British Artists, and winner of the Turner Wearing was elected as lifetime member of the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
Her statue of the suffragist Millicent Fawcett stands in London's Parliament ion: Goldsmiths. Gillian Wearing CBE, RA (born ) is an English conceptual artist, one of the Young British Artists, and winner of the Turner Prize.
In Wearing was elected as lifetime member of the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Her statue of the suffragist Millicent Fawcett stands in London's Parliament Square. Turner Prize-winner Gillian Wearing produces candid videos and photographs revealing the disconnect between our inner lives and public personas, the individual and society, and truth and fiction.
Inspired by documentaries, reality television, and the artifice of theater, Wearing describes her Nationality: British. Gillian Wearing book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. British artist Gillian Wearing, winner of the Turner Prize, uses phot /5(16).
Get this from a library. Gillian Wearing. [Russell Ferguson; Donna M De Salvo; John Slyce; Gillian Wearing] -- The most comprehensive book on the British artist's frank, affecting work.
British artist Gillian Wearing, winner of the Turner Prize, uses photography and video to produce an honest portrait. Turner Prize-winner Gillian Wearing produces candid videos and photographs revealing the disconnect between our inner lives and public personas, the individual and society, and truth and fiction.
Inspired by documentaries, reality television, and the artifice of theater, Wearing describes her. About Gillian Wearing Since the beginning of her career, Gillian Wearing has drawn from techniques of theatre, reality television, and fly-on-the-wall documentary-making to construct narratives that explore personal fantasies and confessions, individual traumas, cultural histories, and the role of the media.
Gillian Wearing is a contemporary British artist whose conceptually driven photographs and videos investigate power dynamics and voyeurism in everyday life. Focused more on capturing the self-awareness of her subjects than on issues of aesthetics, Wearing employs prosthetic masks, voice dubbing, altered photographs, in her portraits of herself, individuals, and ality: British.
Gillian Wearing We ask the artist about her favourite book, writer and work of art as well her thoughts on the most underrated— and overrated—cultural figures Interview by. Get this from a library. Gillian Wearing. [Gillian Wearing; Whitechapel Art Gallery.; Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (Germany); Pinakothek der Moderne (Munich, Germany)] -- "British conceptual artist Gillian Wearing won the Turner Prize in while still in her mid This comprehensive, copiously illustrated exhibition catalog documents the first major retrospective.
The short video projection 2 into 1 () features a mother and her two sons, one generation lip-synching the dubbed words of the other. It is hypnotically disturbing to. Artwork page for ‘‘Everything is connected in life ’’, Gillian Wearing CBE, –3 Wearing’s photographs explore how the public and private identities of ordinary people are self-fashioned and documented.
For this series, Wearing stood on a busy street and asked passers-by to write down what was on their mind. She then photographed them holding their statements. Gillian Wearing has emerged as one of the foremost British artists of her generation, creating video installations and photographic works that document the shocking, amusing, and tragic stories and behavior of the ordinary people of Britain.
Winner of the prestigious Turner Prize inWearing has exhibited extensively around the by: 1. Gillian Wearing: I see the window a bit like the viewfinder in a camera—it gives you a specific locked off view of the world outside. A lot of these /5. Gillian Wearing doesn't conform to the usual YBA stereotypes - she's shy, reluctant to talk about herself and loves a mug of hot Ribena.
But when Miranda Sawyer took the. Gillian Wearing The most comprehensive book on the British artist's frank, affecting work. Survey by Russell Ferguson, Interview by Donna De Salvo, Focus by John Slyce, Artist's Choice text by Michael Apted, Writings by Gillian Wearing.
The Cincinnati Art Museum presents a major exhibition featuring the British conceptual artist Gillian Wearing, whose work is regarded as being among the most significant artistic statements of our time.
Since her emergence in the London art scene of the s, Wearing has taken as her subject nothing less than the experience of being human. A ghost in kiss curls: how Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun share a mask Read more InGillian Wearing realised her own version of Cahun’s photograph, adopting the Author: Adrian Searle.Wearing Gillian Gillian Wearing in collaboration with Wieden + Kennedy HD film for projection with sound 5 minutes exhibition view: Gillian Wearing & Claude Cahun: Behind the mask another mask, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK exhibition view.
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