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by Lawrence Chua,Octavio Zaya

eBook PAUL PFEIFFER: MONOLOGUE download ISBN: 8496954595
Author: Lawrence Chua,Octavio Zaya
Publisher: ACTAR, Musac; 1st edition (June 15, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 288
ePub: 1991 kb
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: History and Criticism

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The book also examines his creative process with original essays by Lawrence Chua (critic, Cornell University, New York), Jessica Hagedorn (writer, Philippines), Niklas Maak (critic, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung) and Katy Siegel (critic, Artforum), and other writings selected by the artist, including works by Don Delillo, Ellias Canetti, Gary Indiana and Roger Caillois.

Octavio Zaya; Lawrence Chua; Jessica Hagedorn. The book also examines his creative process with original essays by Lawrence Chua (critic, Cornell University, New York), Jessica Hagedorn (writer, Philippines), Niklas Maak (critic, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung) and Katy Siegel (critic, Artforum), and other writings selected by the artist, including works by Don Delillo, Ellias Canetti, Gary Indiana and Roger Caillois. Born in 1966 in Honolulu, Hawaii, Paul Pfeiffer spent most of his childhood in the Philippines, until he settled in New York in 1990

Paul Pfeiffer is among the most recognized and influential American artists today

Paul Pfeiffer is among the most recognized and influential American artists. Paul Pfeiffer is among the most recognized and influential American artists today. In his most widely recognized work, the artist digitally alters old film foo Paul Pfeiffer is among the most recognized and influential American artists today.

For his most widely recognized work, the artist digitally alters old film footage or TV sports events to erase the main characters of the scenes, dissecting the role played by the mass media in the contemporary cult of celebrity.

Discover Paul Pfeiffer at Perrotin. Image/text collaboration with Lawrence Chua for The Passionate Camera: Photography and Bodies of Desire. New York: Routledge, 1998. Works by Paul Pfeiffer and James Naismith’s Original Rules of Basketball, Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX, USA 2011 - Sammlung Goetz, Munich, Germany 2010 - Paul Pfeiffer: In the Zone, Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, NY 2009 - Perspective Machine, BAIBAKOV art projects, Moscow, Russia - The Saints, Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany 2008 - Monologue, MUSAC. 1997 Artist portfolio, MUAE II: Collapsing New Buildings.

Paul Pfeiffer's work examines contemporary notions of race and sexual identity and . An Un-home at the End of the World by Lawrence Chua.

Paul Pfeiffer's work examines contemporary notions of race and sexual identity and how we respond to the human body when it is placed in extreme situations such as ecstasy and pain. 54. Biography and Exhibition History.

Paul Pfeiffer (born 1966 in Honolulu, Hawaii) is an American sculptor, photographer and video artist

Paul Pfeiffer (born 1966 in Honolulu, Hawaii) is an American sculptor, photographer and video artist. Described by peer artist Gregory Volk as a clever manipulator of popular media, images and video technology, Pfeiffer is stated (by Volk) as one 'who excels at recasting well-known athletic and entertainment events with surprising open-ended nuances. Pfeiffer was born in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1966. At the age of ten, he moved to Philippines with his parents who were classically trained musicians

Paul Pfeiffer is among the most recognized and influential American artists today. This is a select overview of his work over the last decade, including his most recently produced projects, as well as his fundamental works on new technologies through video, installation, sculpture and photography. In his most widely recognized work, the artist digitally alters old film footage and TV sports events to erase the main characters of the scenes, dissecting the role of mass media and the cult of celebrity. The book also examines his creative process with original essays by Lawrence Chua (critic, Cornell University, New York), Jessica Hagedorn (writer, Philippines), Niklas Maak (critic, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung) and Katy Siegel (critic, Artforum), and other writings selected by the artist, including works by Don Delillo, Ellias Canetti, Gary Indiana and Roger Caillois. Born in 1966 in Honolulu, Hawaii, Paul Pfeiffer spent most of his childhood in the Philippines, until he settled in New York in 1990. Pfeiffer was selected for the 49th Venice Biennial and most recently for the Sydney Biennial 2008.