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Bruce Conner: It's All True

by Rudolf Frieling

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Bruce Conner : fifty years in show business : a narrative chronology / Rachel Federman --
Contributions / Carol Bove ; Dara Birnbaum ; Greil Marcus ; Kevin Beasley ; Stan Brakhage ; Michael McClure ; Henry S. Rosenthal ; David Byrne ; Christian Marclay ; Dean Smith --
Beyond compare : Bruce Conner's assemblage moment, 1958-64 / Laura Hoptman --
Local/tour : some thoughts on assemblage / Kellie Jones --
Altered process / Michelle Barger --
The life, death, and resurrection of Bruce Conner's Child / Roger Griffith and Megan Randall --
Twenty-four-hour art : Bruce Conner's environments / Rachel Federman --
Bruce Conner's eyes / Kristine Stiles --
Bruce Conner's ch-ch-ch-changes / Rudolf Frieling --
Soul stirrer : visions and realities of Bruce Conner / Gary Garrels --
Psychedelic/realist : Bruce Conner and music / Diedrich Diederichsen --
Surface tension : Bruce Conner in the digital age / Stuart Comer --
Easter morning : Bruce Conner's second coming / Johanna Gosse.
  rfeldstein | Dec 19, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0520290569, Hardcover)

Artist Bruce Conner (1933–2008) moved to San Francisco in 1957 and quickly enmeshed himself in the Bay Area’s distinctive cultural milieu, combining a vision and a multifaceted body of work that went beyond the limitations of any genre. From early assemblages of the 1950s and 1960s to iconic and pioneering works in film, from photography and photograms to prints, drawings, and paintings, Conner’s oeuvre continues to exert tremendous influence on artists working today. This historic retrospective catalogue will be the definitive resource on this important artist for decades to come. Offering a highly anticipated contemporary perspective on Conner, it will prove revelatory in assessing his output and place in postwar art. Illustrated in full color throughout, this comprehensive volume provides access to a range of material that has never been published, including early paintings from the 1950s and works from the last decade of Conner’s life, along with a trove of fascinating ephemeral materials. The publication features original scholarship by a range of luminaries, including essays by Frieling, Garrels, Stuart Comer, Diedrich Diederichsen, Rachel Federman, and Laura Hoptman as well as contributions from Michelle Barger, Kevin Beasley, Dara Birnbaum, Carol Bove, Stan Brakhage, Will Brown, David Byrne, Johanna Gosse, Roger Griffith, Kellie Jones, Christian Marclay, Greil Marcus, Michael McClure, Megan Randall, Henry S. Rosenthal, Dean Smith, and Kristine Stiles.
 
Published in association with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
 
Exhibition dates:
Museum of Modern Art, New York: July 3–October 2, 2016
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: October 29, 2016–January 29, 2017
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain: February 21–May 22, 2017
 

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