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Over the past ten years, the New York-based artist Josephine Meckseper has developed a practice that melds the aesthetic language of modernism with a profound critique of consumerism. Meckseper employs window displays, vitrines, installations, photographs, films and magazines to explore how consumer culture defines subjectivity. In this volume, published for her solo exhibition at the. Josephine Meckseper is a German-born, New York-based artist. She uses commercial forms of presentation to demonstrate inextricable influences of consumer culture on society. Meckseper melds the aesthetic language of modernism with the formal language of commercial display, combining them with images and artifacts of historical undercurrents and.
Josephine Meckseper takes life-size oil pumpjacks out of their original context Untitled (Oil Rig n ° 2). She pits these icons of industrial power against the replica of a World War II bunker, Untitled (Bunker), reminiscent of the bunkers photographed and described by Paul Virilio in his book . "The Josephine Meckseper Catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition IG Metall and the Artificial Paradises of Politics, Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, April June 5, "--Colophon.
Psalms and hymns, and spiritual songs
Safety, security and accessible justice
Employment in chartered banks, 1969-1975
The vision of Isaac Child
Tales of the five towns
Towards a United Nations world.
Eastern European business directory
Office of Chamberlain
Reducing HIV infection among youth
Johnsons New illustrated Family atlas of the world
The Josephine Meckseper Catalogue No. 2 Paperback – September 1, by Josephine Meckseper (Author)Author: Josephine Meckseper. Only appearances remain: why not raise them to the level of a style?—E. CioranThis fully illustrated, artist-designed catalogue features the most recent work of New York-based Josephine Meckseper, including her work for the Whitney Biennial.
The artist suggests that our desire for luxury goods and fashion is induced by media-driven ruling regimes, and comes to the conclusion that. Josephine Meckseper Catalogue No. 2 by Josephine Meckseper () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The Josephine Meckseper Catalogue No. 1 This book constitutes the first monograph on New York-based artist Josephine Meckseper, with essays by writer/filmmaker John Kelsey and Andrew Ross, Professor in the American Studies program at New York University.
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In her shop window installations, large-scale display sculptures and films, Meckseper exposes the paradoxes of consumer culture through the combination of mass-produced objects with images and artefacts of historical and political events. The work of the New York-based German conceptualist, Josephine Meckseper, deals with themes of consumerism and commodity fetishism in modern society.
For example, her shop window installations, Shelves, juxtapose fashion accessories with regalia, such as Palesetinian kaffiyeh, taken from left wing protest movements. The connection between consumerism and politics was initially sparked by the. Josephine Meckseper (b. ) Pyromaniac 2 signed and numbered 'J.
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Josephine Meckseper, migros museum für gegenwartskunst, Zurich (catalogue) New Photography Josephine Meckseper and Mikhael Subotzky, Museum of Modern Art, New York Josephine Meckseper, Arndt & Partner, Berlin Josephine Meckseper, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York Josephine Meckseper, Colette, Paris.
The Josephine Meckseper Catalogue No. New York and Berlin: Sternberg Press. Expérience de la durée (Biennale d’art contemporain de Lyon ). Paris: Paris Musées, The Future Has a Silver Lining: Genealogies of Glamour (Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich).
Kelsey, John, and Andrew Ross. The Josephine Meckseper : Lilienthal, Germany. In her photography, videos, and installations Josephine Meckseper (born in Lilienthal,lives and works in New York) engages with the interaction between politics and glamour.
Thus, in her works, images of political activism—whether photographs of demonstrations or newspaper cuttings—are set against sparkling consumer goods and advertising motifs, evoking a paradoxical effect.The Josephine Meckseper Catalogue No.
2. by Sylvère Lotringer. Paperback: 48 pages Publisher: Sternberg Press (September 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Josephine Meckseper book signing at Printed Matter May 5, The Josephine Meckseper Catalogue No. 2 (Updated Edition) by Josephine Meckseper, Keonaona Peterson, Galerie Reinhard Hauff Paperback, 48 Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Sylvere LotringerThis fully illustrated, artist-designed catalogue features the most recent work of Book Edition: Updated Edition.