Princeton University Library Catalog

Chromosome damage / Daniel Guzmán.

Artist:
Guzman, Daniel, 1964- [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
  • Spanish
  • English
Published/​Created:
Barcelona, España : RM Verlag, S.L. ; London, United Kingdom : Drawing Room, 2015.
Description:
220 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
Summary note:
Chromosome damage is an exhibition of 30 drawings by Daniel Guzmán, his first solo exhibition in a public gallery in the UK. Guzmán is among the generation of artists in Mexico City whose radical and conceptual approach to art first attracted the attention of the international art scene in the 1990s. Guzmán is mainly recognised for his stylised cartoon-like imagery and texts made in ink on paper and walls. These works contain multi layered references to lyrics and song titles from rock bands like Kiss, AC/DC, the writings of William Burroughs and Chilean writer Roberto Bolaäno, to satirical illustrations of Mexican politicians of the 1970s. The title for his exhibition is taken from, "Chromosome damage", a song by Chrome, an experimental rock band founded in San Francisco. Exhibition: Drawing Room, London, UK.
Notes:
  • Catalog of an exhibition held at the Drawing Room, London, England, Dec. 13, 2014-Feb. 21, 2015.
  • Daniel Guzmán (1965-), Mexican artist.
Language(s):
Text in Spanish and English.
Contents:
Chromosome damage / Mary Doyle -- Sonrisa con pelos y música de fondo / Gabriel Kuri -- Daniel Guzman : chromosome damage / Elizabeth Baquedano
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Form/​Genre:
Exhibition catalogs.
ISBN:
  • 9788416282173 (RM Verlag)
  • 841628217X (RM Verlag)
  • 9780955829994 (Drawing Room)
  • 0955829992 (Drawing Room)
LCCN:
2015482694
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