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Valerie Favre : Visions

[Texte von Beatrice von Bismarck ... [et al.]].
  • Ostfildern : Hatje Cantz, 2009.
  • 205 pages : illustrations(chiefly colored) ; 28 cm.
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    N6888 .F86 A4 2009 QUARTO c. 1
Also known as
  • Visions
  • "Following a career in theater and film in Paris, the French-Swiss artist Valerie Favre (1959) discovered her true passion: painting. She relocated to Berlin in 1998 after having advanced to one of France's most prominent artists. In her oeuvre, Favre has assembled a bizarre troupe of she-bunnies, so-called idiots, centaurs, and cockroaches, developing enigmatic stories that take place between parking lots and fairy-tale forests; her more recent work draws increasingly from mythology, art, and literary sources." "This publication embarks on a quest through the richly allusive work of Valerie Favre, who has been teaching at the University of the Arts in Berlin since 2006. Essays by Beatrice von Bismarck, Claire Brunet, Jurgen Harten, and Jacqueline Lichtenstein shed light on selected groups of recent works and comment on her most recent artistic productions, her central themes, and her working methods against the backdrop of this broad overview."--BOOK JACKET.
  • History of a Contemporary Spirit / Francoise Cohen and Peter Fischer
  • Fictions I
  • Valorie Favor's Pictorial Choreographies / Jacqueline Lichtenstein
  • Interieurs
  • Kinetization and Norm Violation - Spatiality in Valerie Favre's Works / Beatrice von Bismarck
  • Autos in Der Nacht & La Pouliniere
  • Suicides, Prayers, Forest ... "Like a Petrified Primal Forest" / Claire Bruent
  • Balls and Tunnels
  • First Papers of Balls and Tunnels / Jurgen Harten
  • Fictions II.
Other information
  • Published in conjunction with the exhibition in Carré d'Art-Musée d'Art contemporain, Nimes, May 27-Sep. 20, 2009 and Kunstmuseum Luzern, Oct. 24, 2009-Feb. 7, 2010.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
  • Language: German and English.
  • Eisenhower copy: Purchased with funds from the Robert and Brenda Edelson Endowed Book Fund; FY2010.
  • 9783775724432 (German-English)
  • 3775724435 (German-English)
Identifying numbers
  • OCLC: 326586690
  • OCLC: 326586690