Inside the studio : two decades of talks with artists in New York / edited by Judith Olch Richards.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Independent Curators International (ICI) : Distributed by D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers, c2004.
Description
296 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.

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Summary note
Excerpts from transcriptions of audio recordings made from Mar. 11, 1985 to Apr. 15, 2003 during ICI's annual "New York Studio Events," in which artists talk about their work to audiences gathered at the artists' studios.
Contents
  • Judy Pfaff
  • Leon Golub
  • Robert Mapplethorpe
  • Jenny Holzer
  • Peter Halley
  • Chuck Close
  • R.M. Fischer
  • Sean Scully
  • Ross Bleckner
  • Gregory Amenoff
  • Susan Rothenberg
  • Robert Kushner
  • Vito Acconci
  • Duane Michals
  • Haim Steinbach
  • Louise Bourgeois
  • Jim Dine
  • Joel Shapiro
  • Carroll Dunham
  • Mary Lucier
  • Allan McCollum
  • Sandy Skoglund
  • Dotty Attie
  • William Wegman
  • Judith Shea
  • Jane Hammond
  • Donald Judd
  • Terry Winters
  • Tina Barney
  • Magdalena Abakanowicz
  • Ilya Kabakov
  • Laurie Simmons
  • Petah Coyne
  • John Duff
  • Lesley Dill --Dorothea Rockburne
  • Sarah Charlesworth
  • Rona Pondick
  • Jessica Stockholder
  • David Reed
  • Philip Taaffe
  • Richard Deacon
  • David Levinthal
  • Elaine Reichek
  • Richard Tuttle
  • Polly Apfelbaum
  • Fred Wilson
  • Oliver Herring
  • Tony Cragg
  • Dan Graham
  • Anish Kapoor
  • Andrea Zittel
  • Douglas Gordon
  • Janine Antoni
  • Vik Muniz
  • Kiki Smith
  • Matthew McCaslin
  • Mark Dion
  • Amy Sillman
  • Robert Mangold
  • Charles Long
  • Jim Hodges
  • Maya Lin
  • John Currin
  • Fred Tomaselli
  • Michael Craig-Martin
  • Gregory Crewdson
  • Elizabeth Murray
  • Tom Sachs
  • Index of artists
  • ICI "New York Studio Events" participants, 1981-2003.
Other title(s)
Two decades of talks with artists in New York
ISBN
0916365700
LCCN
^^2004105137
OCLC
55742142
RCP
H - S
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