By Uta Grosenick
Modern artwork in a nutshell (TASCHENs twenty fifth anniversary unique version) This paintings Now twenty fifth anniversary distinct version brings jointly contemporary paintings and biographical info for over eighty of todays so much influential artists, forming a vast and colourful spectrum of the paintings that has formed the paintings global in recent times. Featured artists contain: Matthew Barney, Maurizio Cattelan, John Currin, Tacita Dean, Thomas call for, Rineke Dijkstra, Douglas Gordon, Andreas Gursky, Thomas Hirschhorn, Damien Hirst, Mike Kelley, Martin Kippenberger, Jeff Koons, Sharon Lockhart, received Ju Lim, Paul McCarthy, Mariko Mori, Sarah Morris, Vik Muniz, Takashi Murakami, Shirin Neshat, Albert Oehlen, Chris Ofili, Gabriel Orozco, Jorge Pardo, Elizabeth Peyton, Thomas Ruff, Cindy Sherman, Thomas Struth, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Luc Tuymans, Jeff Wall.
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Due de Trevise,] "Le Pelerinage letter I," (September 1979): 109-125; Kirk Varnedoe, "In Monet's Gardens," (1903-9)," in Jacqueline Guillaud and Maurice Guillaud, Claude 2. a Giverny," as translated in Charles F. , 1985), 320. (November the State, (January-February 1979): 102-117; Charles Stuckey, "Blossoms and Blunders: Monet Years at Giverny, exh. cat. de on the The Changing Gordon and Charles Miller Dunbar, 1975); Michel that (hereafter cited as Centre Culturel du Marais, 1983), 152-158; Claire Joyes Editions de in of Art; Nagoya City Art York Times Magazine, 2 April 1978, 30-41; John House, "Monet: Le Jardin d'eau et Nympheas (Paris: 1 at Museum La Bibliotheque des vols.
For not opposite: 29 Detail from Water Lilies, cat. no. 7 I only did Monet create a The full length of the water-lily pond, ca. 1933 site that today is one of the most visited in France, he also pleted over 250 paintings that depict various aspects of this garden paradise. com- Some of Photograph the Country Life Picture Library, London of most breathtaking canvases this of this immensely varied group happily form the basis marvelous exhibition. Monet's keen interest in constructing his water-lily pond was only tious manifestation of a long-standing passion for gardening.
So big are they are obliged to scan like the strokes his Other that them from hard to believe Monet we cannot even side to side see them and from top to of paint themselves, moving with independence and calculation back and forth across the surface and line. it is and eighties when he completed them. Some measure more than nineteen feet long by six feet high color and in and out of its multiple skeins of pictures, such as those that depict the rose-trellised path that led to house or the Japanese bridge over the water garden across the street (fig.
Art Now Artist at the Rise of the New Millennium by Uta Grosenick