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Featuring artists born after 1970 this book brings together the people who are creating the aesthetics of the next decade. These are artists who have passed the post-art school no man s land and are making waves in the contemporary art world. It includes an innovative new generation of artists who work on a global scale from Madrid to Athens, Los Angeles to Paris, Berlin to SAo Paulo. There are members of the Bowery school of New York s Lower East Side such as Agathe Snow, the new wave of underground Berlin artists that include Ozlem Altin and Sven Johne, and new installation artists to emerge post-Murakami in Tokyo, like Teppei Kaneuji. Including painting, sculpture, installation art, photography, performance work, collage, video and new technology, 100 New Artists brings together the new themes, media, imagery and ideas emerging in contemporary art practice. This is a vital new wave of art post conceptualism, post-minimalism, post pop. Not only a snapshot of art at this moment, 100 New Artists is a place to discover the people who will define our aesthetic future.
|Publisher:||King, Laurence Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 11.30(h) x 1.30(d)|
|Age Range:||3 Months to 18 Years|
About the Author
Francesca Gavin is a writer and curator based in London. She is Visual Arts Editor at Dazed & Confused and Twin magazine, as well as a contributing editor at AnOther magazine and nowness.com. She contributes to publications including Vogue, Wallpaper*, TimeOut, Sunday Times Style, and The Guardian online. She is the author of Street Renegades: New Underground Art (2007) and Creative Space: Urban Homes of Artists and Innovators (2009), published by Laurence King.