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Dawson, Ian, Cornell, Joseph, Demand, Thomas, Ernt, Max, Friedman, Tom, Grosz, George, Hirschorn, Thomas, Marclay, Christian, Rauschenburg, Robert, Schwitters, Kurt, Stezaker, John and Sze, Sarah (2008) France 2007, Greece 2007, Calgary 2007 and National Geographic 2006 In, Craig, Blanche (eds.) Collage: Assembling Contemporary Art. London, UK, Black Dog pp. 84-85.

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Abstract

Collage: Assembling Contemporary Art is the first authoritative survey of the history of collage from its origins through to the latest work being produced by artists today. From the traditional ‘cut and paste’ method through to digital, three-dimensional and installation work, and in the incorporation of contemporary concerns such as environment and commercialism, collage is experiencing an exciting renaissance. Collage: Assembling Contemporary Art is the first authoritative survey of the history of collage from its origins through to the latest work being produced by artists today. From the traditional ‘cut and paste’ method through to digital, three-dimensional and installation work, and in the incorporation of contemporary concerns such as environment and commercialism, collage is experiencing an exciting renaissance.
Collage draws together the work of influential artists to contextualize the art being produced today. Collage features the art of such internationally acclaimed artists as Picasso, Schwitters and Ernst, Hannah Hoch, Marta Rosler, John Stezaker, Richard Hamilton, Layla Curtis, David Salle, Eduardo Poalozzi, Javier Rodriguez, Robert Rauschenberg, David Thorpe, Fred Tomaselli and many more.
In addition to using works by these artists to provide a comprehensive overview of this exciting art form, Collage also includes essays written by artist and critic, Sally O’Reilly, artist Ian Monroe, and an interview between critic and writer, David Lillington, and artist, John Stezaker, outlining the history of the medium and critically addressing how collage is being used throughout contemporary art today

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Published date: 12 September 2008

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Local EPrints ID: 69361
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/69361
ISBN: 9781906155391
PURE UUID: 8b2ef9bb-778a-4fbb-9b7a-8027edd83906

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Date deposited: 24 Mar 2010
Last modified: 19 Jul 2017 00:12

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Contributors

Author: Ian Dawson
Author: Joseph Cornell
Author: Thomas Demand
Author: Max Ernt
Author: Tom Friedman
Author: George Grosz
Author: Thomas Hirschorn
Author: Christian Marclay
Author: Robert Rauschenburg
Author: Kurt Schwitters
Author: John Stezaker
Author: Sarah Sze
Editor: Blanche Craig

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