Oscar Tuazon

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OSCAR TUAZON
I can't see


The first comprehensive monograph on the work of American artist Oscar Tuazon, covering the first decade of his career.
I Can’t See was published in an edition of 2000 copies and is now long out-of-print.
Co-published by DoPe Press and Paraguay Press and features over 250 pages of images of works, documents, and archives articulating three solo exhibitions organized in 2009 and 2010 at the Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière (France); the Kunsthalle Bern (Switzerland) and the Parc Saint Léger – Centre d’art contemporain (France).

It also features a series of texts by Ariana Reines, Matthew Stadler, Cedar Sigo, Karl Holmqvist, Thomas Boutoux, Carissa Rodriguez, Eileen Myles and David Lewis as well as a long interview with the artist conducted by Chiara Parisi, Philippe Pirotte, and Sandra Patron, the respective curators of the solo exhibitions.

Edited by Oscar Tuazon, with Thomas Boutoux, Pierre-François Letué
and Dorothée Perret
Design by Pierre-François Letué, Paris
Covers are silk-screened.

* Condition: Fine (light crease to silk-screened cover at bottom of cover, otherwise a new copy)  – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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Oscar Tuazon
Live

Huge double volume box edition on the work of artist Oscar Tuazon and published by Museum Ludwig, Cologne.

Oscar Tuazon’s work comprises large scale installations and sculptures, usually combines natural and industrial materials. Tinted by do-it-yourself, minimalist aesthetic, and vernacular architecture, his art maintains a precarious quality that questions the limits of objects and architecture, to redefine the physical experience of a building or a space.

Volume 1 concentrates on a major exhibition of new works at Museum Ludwig (February – July 2014). A full-scale reproduction of fragments of the artist’s house in Los Angeles grafted onto the architecture of the Ludwig museum, the exhibition collapses two spaces together, producing a strange third space. This first volume includes extensive documentation of this particular exhibition from the artist’s preliminary sketches through installation.

Volume 2 comprises a photographic monograph of selected works covering the artist’s unconventional production over the past five years. Combining documentation of significant individual works, exhibitions, and large-scale installations with the artist’s own production documentation of works in the studio.

English and German text.

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Sculpture on the Move: 1946-2016
Kunstmuseum Basel


What new paths have sculptors opened up since the end of World War II? Based on late works by Constantin Brancusi and Alberto Giacometti, this comprehensive volume illustrates the exciting and multifaceted developments in this dynamic art form. The long list of the first-class artists presented ranges from Pablo Picasso, Henry Moore, and Jean Tinguely to Franz West, Damien Hirst and Monika Sosnowska. Sculpture on the Move demonstrates how the classic notion of form and sculpture was set in motion, became more abstract, came closer to the ordinary everyday object, dissolved spatial or conceptual boundaries, and even reconstituted itself, returning to figurative traditions. On the basis of selected works from the Kunstmuseum Basel and from international museums and private collections, the book opens up a dense, extremely rich world of contrasts. Featured artists include Absalon, Carl Andre, Jean Arp, Max Bill, Louise Bourgeois, Constantin Brancusi, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Eduardo Chillida, Peter Fischli und David Weiss, Katharina Fritsch, Alberto Giacometti, Robert Gober, Duane Hanson, Eva Hesse, Damien Hirst, Donald Judd, Mike Kelley, Jeff Koons, Mario Merz, Henry Moore, Bruce Nauman, Claes Oldenburg, Gabriel Orozco, Pablo Picasso, Charles Ray, Richard Serra, Monika Sosnowska, David Smith, Jean Tinguely, Oscar Tuazon, Danh Vo and Franz West.

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Sculptures Also Die
Lorenzo Benedetti (Ed.)

Artists: Francesco Arena (Italy), Nina Beier (Denmark), Katinka Bock (Germany), Giorgio Calò Andreotta (Italy), Dario D’Aronco (Italy), N.Dash (USA), Michael Dean (UK), Oliver Laric (Austria), Mark Manders (Netherlands), Michael E. Smith (USA), Fernando Sánchez Castillo (Spain) and Francisco Tropa (Portugal), Oscar Tuazon (USA)

Edition of 1,000 copies

Produced by Palazzo Strozzi Foundation

Sculptures Also Die offers a reflection on contemporary sculpture curated by Lorenzo Benedetti through new and existing work by twelve Italian and international artists who will be forging a reflection on the meaning, the potential and the New Experimental Approaches in sculpture today. Contemporary artists tend to use new forms and materials to address a broader timeSpan in on ongoing dialogue between the past and the future;yet at the sametime, the exhibition reflects on the way in Which today’s artists are so Rediscovering examined material as bronze, stone or ceramic, That Appeared to have been relegated to the Purely academic sphere.These materials are rediscovered and used in a conceptual manner to reflect on themes examined: such as the monument, the fragment, the way material wear over time, and the recovery of the recent modernist past.

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