Paul Chan, Martha Rosler Paul Chan / Martha Rosler
New York, NY: A.R.T. Press. 2006
Synopsis: This book documents the inter-generational thoughts of two politically active artists whose paths have crisscrossed major currents in the artworld and the political sphere. The duo expand their conversation beyond the intersection of art making and socio-political involvement to share thoughts on boredom, bodily suffering, Bertolt Brecht, Chris Marker, and The Passion of The Christ.
A.R.T. Press' Between Artists series pairs established artists with developing artists whose work shares similar formal and conceptual concerns. The resulting conversations comprise books that offer straightforward, intimate investigations of artwork and related sources of interest.
Pages: 72 p.
Dimensions (Height x Width x Depth): 19 x 13 cm.
Binding: glue bound
Signed: Unsigned and Unnumbered
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