Ryan McGinness works: paintings, sculptures, sketches, drawings, installations, editions and other stuff

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Rizzoli, Feb 17, 2009 - Art - 295 pages
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Ryan McGinness is an internationally exhibited artist whose skate-punk aesthetic incorporates carefully rendered personal iconography, contemporary semiotics, and layered neo-baroque compositions. His works are in multiple mediums and his signature symbols and visual code have influenced an entire generation of graphic designers. Ryan McGinness Works. is a collection of the artist’s most recent pieces, including installations, prints, sculpture, and paintings. Each body of work is illustrated and discussed in lavish detail, and the process behind each project is told through the use of sketches, diagrams, details, and photographs.

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Ryan McGinness fuses art and design by incorporating historical, contemporary, and fantasy-inspired graphic vocabularies in his artworks. He currently lives and works in New York City, where he is represented by Deitch Projects. In 2005, Rizzoli published his Installationview. Artist and writer Peter Halley is currently director of graduate studies in painting and printmaking at the Yale University School of Art. David Byrne’s creative legacy spans music, performance, visual art, film, opera, books, and photography. Jonathan T.D. Neil is executive editor at The Drawing Center in New York. Tom Greenwood heads BaseWords, and contributes writings to various publications such as Tokion, Creator Studio, and Creativity. Greg Lindquist is a New York painter who also writes about art.

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