2 edition of Sociable art of Douglas Gordon. found in the catalog.
Sociable art of Douglas Gordon.
|Other titles||It doesn"t matter who I am. I just want to talk to you., Douglas Gordon.|
|Contributions||Tramway (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Biography and art, auction, artworks, interview, statement, website: Douglas Gordon. What Have I Done, the title of Douglas Gordon s Hayward Gallery show, was untroubled by punctuation. A question mark would have transformed it into a lunatic s lament, a lazy guy s sigh, a murderer s moment of clarity. In an expanded art-historical frame, this book recontextualizes avant-garde photomontage, the Duchampian readymade, and the Pop image among such alternative precursors as Francis Picabia, Bertolt Brecht, Guy Debord, Akasegawa Genpei, Dan Graham, Cildo Meireles, and Martha Rosler.
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Summary A survey of the work of the Scottish artist Douglas Gordon. This book examines the innovative work of thirty-four-year-old Scottish artist Douglas Gordon.
Gordon is perhaps best known for installations that feature classic films by directors such as Alfred Hitchcock, Otto Preminger, and Martin Scorsese. Douglas Gordon, which was organized by MoMA curator Klaus Biesenbach, collects images and texts from the past 40 years (a nod to Gordon's birth date of ), all of which deal with ideas of visual memory, shared visual knowledge, and the interwoven texture of imagined and remembered sounds and images.
It explores the relationship between film and psychoanalysis, and the way in which these. Moreover, at each level, textual works by Douglas Gordon will adorn the walls. ABOUT DOUGLAS GORDON Douglas Gordon was born in in Scotland, but he now lives and works in Berlin, Paris, and Glasgow.
Gordon graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in and the Slade School of Fine Art, London, in Douglas Gordon has 27 books on Goodreads with 68 ratings. Douglas Gordon’s most popular book is Douglas Gordon: Timeline.
This first monograph on British artist Douglas Gordon analyses all of the artist's video projection installations that are based on his appropriations of Hollywood film noir or Hitchcock films, examining Gordon's language works as well.
Douglas Gordon (born 20 September ) is a Scottish artist. He won the Turner Prize inthe Premio at the 47th Venice Biennale in and the. From Hollywood films to scientific footage to classical literature, Douglas Gordon takes the seemingly familiar and twists it. Having begun his career as a performance artist, Gordon has produced a diverse body of works, which has grown to include video, sound photographic objects, and texts, often plays with viewers’ perceptions, memories and expectations.
Douglas Gordon: I had nowhere to go. Featuring an extensive interview with Douglas Gordon on the process of making his film I had nowhere to go: Portrait of a displaced person, this video, produced by Berlin Art Link, includes clips of Jonas Mekas and revealing anecdotes about the creation of the film.
Get this from a library. Douglas Gordon. [Douglas Gordon; Russell Ferguson; Michael Darling; Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.); Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.; Public Art Fund (New York, N.Y.); Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.] -- Gordon uses film and video works to deal with themes of time, memory, perception and interpretation.
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Douglas Gordon's Hysterical There are few works of art that can be said to have changed the history of emotions. Albrecht Dürer's print Melencolia I.
It is also the title of a little book by Gordon, in which found and borrowed imagery, real and fictive autobiography share the uncut pages (slicing the pages apart, you too feel like a murderer).
This book will accompany the first major solo exhibition of Douglas Gordon's work in Scotland since he presented his now celebrated work, 24 Hour Psycho at Tramway in Glasgow in Gordon is one of a number of Glasgow-trained artists who came to prominence in the s.
The Douglas H. Gordon Collection of French Books In early winter of the Special Collections Department became the repository for one of the great American collections of French books dating from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, arguably the most important collection of its kind in private hands before it was bequeathed to the.
Douglas Gordon Named Commander of Order of Arts and Letters Grayson Perry and Anish Kapoor Among Artists to Sell Work From ‘Ashes’ of Glasgow School of Art Gagosian Gallery to Set Up Tattoo Stand at New York Art Book Fair.
24 Hour Psycho is the title of an art installation created by artist Douglas Gordon in The work consists entirely of an appropriation of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho slowed down to approximately two frames a second, rather than the usual As a result, it lasts for exactly 24 hours, rather than the original minutes.
The film was an important work in Gordon's early career, and is. First Open | Post-War and Contemporary Art | London. London, South Kensington | 29 September COVID IMPORTANT NOTICE. Browse Sale Previous Lot Search Next Lot Lot Douglas Gordon (B.
) Painting no. Carl Andre Price realised. Estimate. Follow lot. Douglas Gordon is a contemporary Scottish artist known for his ability to disrupt preconceived ideas about reality. View Douglas Gordon’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices.
See available photographs, paintings, and installation for sale and learn about the artist. Art world luminaries such as Matthew Barney, Gabriel Orozco, and Douglas Gordon are included, but the focus is on emerging artists from all over the globe.
This global perspective is discussed in the transcribed online conversations between the publisher and the curators, including Dan Cameron from the New Museum in New York and Hans Ulrich Reviews: 4.
An excerpt about Douglas Gordon's works from Eleanor Heartney's book 'Doomsday Dreams: The Apocalyptic Imagination in Contemporary Art.'.