Art

The Studio Reader : on the Space of Artists

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book, Jacob
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2010
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The studio as resource. Buzz Spector -- Rochelle Feinstein -- Shana Lutker, "Index: dream studio, 2003-2006" -- Michael Smith, "Recipe: perfect studio day" -- John Baldessari, "In conversation" -- The studio as set and setting. Howard Singerman, "A possible contradiction" -- Frances Stark -- Robert Storr, "A room of one's own, a mind of one's own" -- Bruce Nauman, "Setting a good corner" -- Michael Peppiatt and Alice Bellony-Rewald, "Studios of America" -- Annika Marie, "Action painting fourfold: Harold Rosenberg and an arena in which to act" -- Kimsooja -- Barry Schwabsky, "The symbolic studio" -- The studio as stage. David J. Getsy, "The reconstruction of the Francis Bacon Studio Dublin" -- Art & language, "Art & language paints a picture" -- David Reed -- Thomas Lawson -- Charline von Heyl -- Svetlana Alpers, "The view from the studio" -- Rodney Graham, "Studio" -- Joe Scanlan, "Post-post studio" -- Carolee Schneemann, "The studio, June 22, 2009" -- Daniel Buren, "The function of the studio" -- Daniel Buren, "The function of the studio revisited: Daniel Buren in conversation" -- Carrie Moyer -- Marjorie Welish -- Marjorie Welish, "The studio visit" -- Marjorie Welish, "The studio revisited" -- The studio as lived-in space. Mary Bergstein, "The artist in his studio: photography, art, and the masculine mystique" -- Rachel Harrison -- Lynn Lester Hershman, "The studio present" -- Brenda Schmahmann, "Cast in a different light: women and the 'artist's studio' theme in George Segal's sculpture" -- Karl Haendel -- Brian Winkenweder, "The kitchen as art studio: gender, performance, and domestic aesthetics" -- Glenn Adamson, "Analogue practice" -- Amy Granat, "1107" -- David Robbins -- James Welling, "Polaroids, 1976" -- The studio as space and non-space. Jon Wood, "Brancusi's 'white studio'" -- James Welling, "Paris, 2009" -- Caroline A. Jones, "Post-studio/postmodern/postmortem" -- Courtney J. Martin, "The studio and the city: S.P.A.C.E. Ltd. and Rasheed Araeen's Chakras" -- Katy Siegel, "Live/work" -- Suzanne Lacy, "Beyond necessity: the street as studio" -- Walead Beshty, "Studio narratives" -- Andrea Bowers -- Judith Rodenbeck, "Studio visit" -- Lane Relyea, "Studio unbound".
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English
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Mary Jane Jacob is professor of sculpture and executive director of exhibitions at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the coeditor of Buddha Mind in Contemporary Art and Learning Mind: Experience into Art.Michelle Grabner is professor in and chair of the Department of Painting and Drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the codirector of The Suburban, a gallery in Oak Park, Illinois.
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Chicago Interiors: Views of a Splendid World

Catalog Number: 
book, Lowe
Date: 
1979
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Hotel life. The great row ; Magnificence in the Loop ; Northern lights -- Player with railroads. Go Pullman ; One Grand Station -- On the town. Concert halls and theatres ; Dance halls ; Movies -- Many mansions. Lake Shore palaces ; Houses of talent -- Prairie pavilions and castles in the air. Villas ; Apartments -- Two streets. State: emporiums of delight ; La Salle: halls of commerce -- Clubland -- Public spaces. Where the people rule ; Vaults of civilization ; Where the people worship -- Rooms to remember.
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John Lavalie

Chicago Stained Glass

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book, Frueh
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1983
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HISTORICAL BACKGROUND. Ancient origins -- Romanesque churches -- Gothic cathedrals -- Medieval glass -- Decline and destruction -- Nineteenth century revival -- New directions in stained glass -- STAINED GLASS BY CHICAGO GLASSMEN. Beginnings and growth -- The glassmen -- The glass -- Styles of glass -- Stained glass for the wealthy -- The Pullman Palace car -- Stained glass in public buildings -- The strike and standardization -- Ecclesiastical stained glass. Victorian style windows ; Munich style art glass ; Sullivan's art glass at K.A.M. Temple ; Healy & Millet and McCully & Miles ; Flanagan & Biedenweg ; Frank Lloyd Wright's designs ; Thomas A. O'Shaughnessy's windows ; Giannini & Hilgart ; Drehobl Bros. Art Glass Company -- Years of decline and the art of Edgar Miller -- Adolfas Valeska's faceted glass -- Bob White's fused glass -- New directions -- ART GLASS FROM ELSEWHERE. Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris -- John La Farge and Louis Tiffany -- La Farge glass in Chicago -- Tiffany Glass in Chicago -- Edward Peck Sperry -- Mayer and Zettler Munich windows -- Willet Stained Glass Studios -- Charles J. Connick Associates -- Conrad Schmitt Studios -- Emil Frei Associates -- Conrad Pickel Studio -- Gabriel Loire Studio -- Abraham Rattner window -- Marc Chagall at the Art Institute.
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English
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082940435X
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John Lavalie

Translucent Transformation: Interviews and Stories of Bodily Experience

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Translucent transformation refers to the ability to see beyond the surface of a person and get a better understanding of the complexity within. The author and six teenage contributors interviewing rural Illinois community members, many of which were strangers on health, illness, and body image. The findings are also expressed in visually artistic representations.
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English
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Outer cover is loose (not attached to rest of zine).
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Buster Bear Go Hard

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Limited Edition
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Limited edition collection of artwork from Alex Cohen. Copy number 98 of 100. Abstract from author/artist webpage: "Art made under the influence of candy" (retrieved from: http://www.parkingblockpublishing.com/publications/#ac).
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