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Wolfgang Tillmans

Julie Ault, Daniel Birnbaum, Russell Ferguson, Dominic Molon, Lane Relyea, Mark Wigley - Photography - 2006 - 181 pages
Few artists have changed the manner in which photographic images are made, read, and received over the past two decades as dramatically as German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans ...
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Cerith Wyn Evans: visibleinvisible

Cerith Wyn Evans, Daniel Birnbaum, Octavio Zaya, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León - Art - 2008 - 173 pages
Foreword by Helmut Friedel, Susanne Page. Text by Molly Nesbitt, Susanne Gaensheimer.
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Essays on Kant

Marcel Quarfood - Philosophy - 2004 - 221 pages
This is a Ph.D. dissertation. The notion of the organism has a somewhat ambiguous status in Kant's philosophy. On the one hand it belongs to natural science, on the other hand ...
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Thinking Through Painting: Reflexivity and Agency Beyond the Canvas

Isabelle Graw, Daniel Birnbaum, Nikolaus Hirsch - Painting, Modern - 2012 - 66 pages
Painting has demonstrated remarkable perseverance in the expanding field of contemporary art and the surrounding ecology of media images. It appears, however, to have dispelled ...
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The best surprise is no surprise

Liz Linden, Daniel Birnbaum, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, E-flux (Artists' corporation) - Art - 2006 - 311 pages
Using an archive of electronic announcements distributed by e-flux, The Best Surprise is No Surprisedocuments significant recent developments in art-related media releases ...
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Fifty Moons of Saturn

Daniel Birnbaum - Art - 2008 - 478 pages
'50 Moons of Saturn' is the catalog of the exhibition curated by Daniel Birnbaum for T2 - the second Torino Triennale. It brings together works by 50 young international ...
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Sehen nach allen Seiten

Doug Aitken, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg - Art - 2001 - 120 pages
The installation "Electric Earth," debuted at the 1999 Venice Biennale, brought international recognition to the video and media artist Doug Aitkin. In the piece, a dancer ...
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