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Marco Breuer

Tremors, Ephemera

by James Elkins

  • 397 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Roth Horowitz, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Individual artists,
  • Photo Techniques,
  • Photography,
  • Art,
  • General,
  • Photography / Individual Photographer,
  • Individual Photographer

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMarco Breuer (Photographer)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8555660M
    ISBN 100967077435
    ISBN 109780967077437
    OCLC/WorldCa47668398

      The exhibition coincides with the publication of Marco Breuer: Col•or, a page clothbound book featuring never-before-seen color studies produced over the past twelve years, with essays by Mary-Kay Lombino, Jeffrey DeShell, and Isabelle Dervaux. Marco Breuer is one of the most innovative contemporary artists working in photography today.   Marco Breuer. Untitled (Alc.) Marco Breuer: Circa will present a solo exhibition of photographs made with non-photographic by this German-born artist who now resides in New York. Breuer subjects photographic papers to all kinds of abuse, attacking them with belt sanders, razor blades, red-hot heater coils, and mold.

    Marco Breuer is the recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship (), a Japan-US Friendship Commission/NEA Creative Artists Exchange Fellowship (), a Carriage House Residency at the Islip Art Museum (), a Peter S. Reed Foundation Grant () and three MacDowell Colony residencies (, , ).   Max Book, a Swedish multimedia and performance artist as well as a member of the electronic band ZëBB Academy in the late s, gained acclaim in the '80s with the experimental art collective.

    Over the course of his twenty-year career, Marco Breuer has made a name for himself as a camera-less photographer. Less concerned with how photography captures a subject and more with the uncharted territory in the very materiality of photography, the conceptually driven German artist uses coal, sandpaper, heat guns, burning swaths of cotton, electric frying pans, and . Marcel Lajos Breuer (/ ˈ b r ɔɪ. ər / BROY-ər; 21 May – 1 July ), was a Hungarian-born modernist architect, and furniture designer. At the Bauhaus he designed the Wassily Chair and the Cesca Chair which is “among the 10 most important chairs of the 20 th century.” Breuer extended the sculpture vocabulary he had developed in the carpentry shop at the Bauhaus Awards: AIA Gold Medal ().


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Marco Breuer: Early Recordings. Published by Aperture. Text by Mark Alice Durant. Early Recordings presents the first comprehensive look at the work of the respected, conceptually driven artist, Marco Breuer. Boldly experimental, Breuer uses an extensive and continually evolving range of processes to extract abstract and visually compelling images from.

"Early Recordings" presents the first comprehensive look at the work of the respected, conceptually driven artist, Marco Breuer. Boldly experimental, Breuer uses an extensive and continually evolving range of processes to extract abstract and visually compelling images from photographic paper.5/5(1).

From the Publisher: ABOUT THE BOOK. This exceptional book presents a series of never-before-seen images by artist Marco Breuer, collectively titled Col• small, yet dynamic Marco Breuer book are reproduced here at full scale, bringing the viewer close to the explosive marks and delicate lines that Breuer extracts from photographic colour Range: $ - $ A handful of Breuer’s hybrid photograms opens this book, and acts as a portal into his world of photographic phenomena.

Despite the technique’s apparent irreducibility, Breuer has found ways to re-imagine the basic Marco Breuer book of the photogram, even reviving the obscure subcategory Iuminogram – an image made with light only, Some are “stealth photograms”, that is, when.

This exceptional book presents a series of never-before-seen images by artist Marco Breuer. Collectively titled Col • or, these small, yet dynamic works are reproduced here at full scale, bringing the viewer close to the explosive marks and delicate lines that Breuer extracts from photographic colour material.

These intimate works, produced over the past 12 years, 5/5(1). Marco Breuer: Tremors, Ephemera documents two groundbreaking projects by Marco Breuer. Tremors consists of Îcamera-less pictures:' working in the darkroom, Breuer employs an assortment of household tools--a hot plate or an electric pan, for example--and moves them with varying degrees of pressure across photographic paper, registering their movement.

Marco Breuer makes photographs without using a camera. In a process similar to that used to make photograms, one of the oldest photographic forms, Breuer directly exposes photo-sensitive paper to light and heat and materials like spit, blood, nail clippings, Windex, jello, beer, mold, kitchen matches, bomb fuses and hot coals.

The result produces nearly pure. Marco Breuer (born ) is a German of his work is undertaken without the aid of a camera, aperture, or film, being instead produced through a combination of photogrammic, abrasive, and incisive techniques. Breuer works in and outside of the darkroom, exposing photographic material to heat, light, and physical abrasion.

This exceptional book presents a series of never-before-seen images by artist Marco Breuer. Collectively titled Col or, these small, yet dynamic works are reproduced here at full scale, bringing the viewer close to the explosive marks and delicate lines that Breuer extracts from photographic colour material.

For over two decades, Marco Breuer has been pushing, prodding, and expanding the fundamental characteristics of photography. In the s when big theatrical color photographs vied to compete with the physicality of monumental painting and the theatricality of cinema, Breuer was charting his own path with humble materials exploring photography not as a.

“The simplicity of them means you give up control, but the limitations are interesting,” said the German-born artist Marco Breuer, who lives in the upstate New York town of Oxford and who has Author: Ted Loos.

Established inYossi Milo Gallery is a contemporary art gallery focused on the representation of artists specializing in photo-based art, video and works on paper.

In JanuaryYossi Milo Gallery moved to its new, ground-floor space located at Tenth Avenue between 24th and 25th Streets in New York’s Chelsea district.

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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Book: Gottfried Jäger (ed.) “The Art of Abstract Photography,” Arnoldsche Art Publishers Book: “Marco Breuer – SMTWTFS,” texts by Lynne Tillman, Richard Howard, Adam Klein and others, Roth Horowitz, NY, NY, hardcover, distributed by D.A.P.

(ISBN )Nationality: German. By Vanessa Kauffman Artist Marco Breuer and Vanessa Kauffman, communications and outreach manager of Headlands Center for the Arts (Sausalito, California), discuss Breuer's experiences as an artist-in-residence at Headlands and other residencies, and the way that the flexibility and differences in the studio set-up at each residency creates.

Marco Breuer, Part _ of _ Parts @Von Lintel JTF (just the facts): A total of 21 works, framed in white and unmatted, hung in the single room gallery. The unique prints come in various sizes, from 5x4 to 38x28, and were all made in or A special edition of the book—slipcased, hand altered by the photographer, and limited to thirty copies—will also be produced.

MARCO BREUER was born in Landshut, Germany, in Exhibited widely, his work is in the collections of the Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Museum of Modern Art, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern. Late last year Black Dog Publishing in London published his most recent book, “Marco Breuer: Col * or.” Breuer is one of three artists in the exhibition who has previously been on The MAN Podcast: I first talked with Breuer three years ago on the second segment of Episode No.

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Buy Marco Breuer: S M T W T F S by Adam Klein (Contributions by), Lynne Tillman (Contributions by), Evan Hause online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at.

Shop now. This exceptional book presents a series of never-before-seen images by artist Marco Breuer, collectively titled Col• small, yet dynamic works are reproduced here at full scale, bringing the viewer close to the explosive marks and delicate lines that Breuer extracts from photographic colour material.

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Marco Breuer - Free Artist Talk and Book Signing: Comments. You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post. What MAO meant to say was "Marco Breuer. yet another exciting artist to PUSH!" Sure it's cool but how many artists do I have to collect?

Breuer has been making abstract photographs since the early s. However, in contrast to Aaron Siskind, whose black-and-white photographs of walls were linked to the gestural paintings of the Abstract Expressionists, particularly those of his friend Franz Kline, Breuer works with sheets of chromogenic paper, which, as the label for “Untitled (C)” () informs .