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Fri Mar 21 17:13:43 2014 UTClccn-n842152600.39American prospects : photographs /0.640.88Song 1 /71524297n 842152601253254ブロウアー, ケリーlccn-n78083445Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Gardenedtnc-museum of contemporary art los angeles califMuseum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.)edtlccn-nr89004785Sugimoto, Hiroshi1948-illphtcrelccn-n50061668Museum of Modern Art (Oxford, England)lccn-n83206447Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.)edtlccn-no2005045618Mattis, Oliviaauiclblccn-n85091927Benezra, Neal David1953-lccn-n50022260Ruscha, Edwardillartlccn-n79078140Rosenzweig, Phyllis D.lccn-n90634067Crary, JonathanauiBrougher, KerryExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial worksHistoryCatalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial worksBiographyInterviewsArtPhotography, ArtisticWall, Jeff,Sugimoto, Hiroshi,United StatesSternfeld, JoelArt and motion picturesArt and musicAvant-garde (Aesthetics)Arts, ModernArtMusic--Instruction and studySynesthesiaRuscha, EdwardKlein, Yves,Street photographyCities and townsDocumentary photographyVideo artArchitectural photographyHopper, Dennis,Lere, Mark,Photography of waterWaterArt, ModernSaar, BetyeArt, Modern--Themes, motivesInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Motion pictures and the artsHitchcock, Alfred,Projection artAitken, Doug,Painting, AbstractPainting, ModernInstallations (Art)Landscapes in artLandscape architectureNature (Aesthetics)Bustamante, Jean-Marc,England--OxfordMetzger, GustavArt and scienceArt--Private collectionsGersh, PhilipGersh, BeatriceCalifornia--Los AngelesPhotographersCanadaPhotography of the grotesqueMusic in artJapan19521984198519871988198919911992199319961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020122013507175223770.92TR647ocn699735908ocn313789691ocn614464741ocn615458832ocn313212973ocn858871183ocn470344281ocn797396911ocn615403770ocn799903827ocn078085983ocn840074596ocn780938834ocn858871183ocn463940057ocn450401732ocn468039975ocn316028344ocn421830022ocn470524894ocn470273859ocn440255106ocn840074596ocn715257494ocn46393916063010ocn060839237book20050.50Mattis, OliviaVisual music : synaesthesia in art and music since 1900HistoryExhibition catalogs"This new book and the exhibition it accompanies trace the history of a revolutionary idea: that fine art should attain the abstract purity of music. Over the past one hundred years adventurous modern and contemporary artists have explored unorthodox means to invent a kinetic, nonrepresentational art modeled upon pure instrumental music." "Music has inspired some of the most progressive art of our time - from the abstract painting of Wassily Kandinsky and Frantisek Kupka to the mid-century experimental films of Oskar Fischinger and Harry Smith to the contemporary installations of Jennifer Steinkamp and Jim Hodges. While early abstract paintings tended to approach music metonymically, the color organs, films, light shows, and installations from the mid-twentieth century to the present day engage a range of perceptual faculties simultaneously to create a plethora of sensations in the viewer." "The most complete examination of this phenomenon to date, Visual Music features ninety major works of art plus related documentation, focusing on abstract and mixed-media art forms and their connections to musical forms as varied as classical, jazz, and electronica. The book includes an introduction by Jeremy Strick; three scholarly essays, each discussing a distinct art-historical period in depth; and an additional essay by Olivia Mattis that approaches the subject from a musicologist's perspective, as well as a chronology, artist biographies, and a selected bibliography."--BOOK JACKET+-+026760550561628ocn062559871book20050.66Brougher, KerryHiroshi SugimotoCatalogsPictorial worksExhibition catalogs"Hiroshi Sugimoto is celebrated for his multiple series of black-and-white photographs that explore the themes of time, memory, dreams, and the history of representation. The Hirshhorn and the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, have co-organized the first major survey of Sugimoto's work ... The exhibition features approximately 120 photographs from 1976 to the present, encompassing the entirety of this artist's thirty-year career. Six photographs by Sugimoto have entered the Hirshhorn's collection since 2003, including his powerful image of New York City's World Trade Center towers and works from the Theaters series."+-+35916202284519ocn043851561book20000.50Benezra, Neal DavidEd RuschaCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs+-+58829735483983ocn033947480book19960.59Brougher, KerryHall of mirrors : art and film since 1945Exhibition catalogsArt and Film Since 1945: Hall of Mirrors explores the complex and profound relationship between cinema and the visual arts in the postwar era. It examines how art has shifted toward film, how film has been influenced by art, and how the two have fused into new forms of artistic expression. Published in conjunction with a major exhibition organized by The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Art and Film features work by more than one hundred of the century's most remarkable filmmakers and artists, such as Joseph Cornell, Alfred Hitchcock, Akira Kurosawa, Jean-Luc Godard, Michelangelo Antonioni, Richard Hamilton, Diane Arbus, Andy Warhol, Raul Ruiz, John Baldessari, Cindy Sherman, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Stan Douglas. The book's seven essays range widely over themes including Hollywood glamour and stardom, the experimental cinema of the sixties, the influence of psychoanalytic and feminist film theory on art, nostalgia for cinema's golden age, and presentiments of its fragmentation and death. The dialogue between art and film returns frequently to cinema's origins, splintering and re-arranging into new, self-reflexive experiences that highlight and subvert film practice+-+567907033637410ocn035835762book19970.59Brougher, KerryJeff WallCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyExhibition catalogsJeff Wall is one of the leading international contemporary artists of the nineties. His work consists primarily of large photographic transparencies mounted in lightboxes, drawing on themes from art history, advertising, film, and documentary photography. These are constructed images, making use of sets and actors, which play on several layers of meaning. This book covers the full range of Wall's work and includes previously unseen photographs. Kerry Brougher's essay covers the entire period of development of Wall's work and discusses its relationship to historical and contemporary visual media+-+12920896453008ocn491902092book20100.73Klein, YvesYves Klein : with the void, full powersCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs+-+594591084529616ocn054849655book19870.39Sternfeld, JoelAmerican prospects : photographsPictorial worksExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works+-+42297564362777ocn048125916book20010.66Open city : street photographs since 1950HistoryArtExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works+-+81156202282516ocn181928083book20080.81The cinema effect : illusion, reality, and the moving imageExhibition catalogs+-+95078395461704ocn047150649book20010.86Dennis Hopper : a system of momentsExhibition catalogs+-+75856202281693ocn012653489book19850.84Lere, MarkMark Lere : new and selected workExhibition catalogs1496ocn039224332book19930.76Sugimoto, HiroshiSugimoto : architectureInterviewsPictorial worksExhibition catalogs1202ocn012236673book19840.76Clothier, PeterBetye SaarExhibition catalogs1057ocn042379729book19990.79Notorious : Alfred Hitchcock and contemporary artExhibition catalogs+-+6157086546324842ocn794364128book20120.88Aitken, DougSong 1835ocn841897471book20130.66Brougher, KerryDamage control : art and destruction since 1950Exhibition catalogsTimely and wide-ranging, this volume explores in-depth the theme of destruction in international contemporary art. While destruction as a theme can be traced throughout art history, from the early atomic age it has remained a pervasive and compelling element of contemporary visual culture. Damage Control features the work of more than 40 international artists working in a range of media--painting, sculpture, photography, film, installation, and performance--who have used destruction as a means of responding to their historical moment and as a strategy for inciting spectacle and catharsis, as a form of rebellion and protest, or as an essential part of re-creation and restoration. Including works by such diverse artists as Jean Tinguely, Andy Warhol, Bruce Conner, Yoko Ono, Gordon Matta-Clark, Pipilotti Rist, Yoshitomo Nara, and Laurel Nakadate, the book reaches beyond art to enable a broader understanding of culture and society in the aftermath of World War II, under the looming fear of annihilation in the atomic age, and in the age of terrorism and other disasters, real and imagined782ocn019536119book19880.86Brougher, KerryThe image of abstractionExhibition catalogs692ocn045069369book20000.76Enclosed & enchantedExhibition catalogs684ocn040690352book19980.76Metzger, GustavGustav MetzgerExhibition catalogs563ocn020991627book19890.76Brougher, KerrySelections from the Beatrice and Philip Gersh CollectionExhibition catalogs+-+0267605505+-+0267605505Fri Mar 21 15:23:57 EDT 2014batch20303