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Mark Lewis

Mark Lewis
Library Shelf Location 18.LEWI
Publication Date 2001
Description The work of the Canadian-born, British-based artist Mark Lewis examines the place of cinematic representation when situated in the gallery. Drawing on a range of references from film history and using the highly polished technical resources of professional film-making, Lewis has produced a distinctive body of film-installations since the mid-1990 s. This publication follows on from an earlier monograph, "Mark Lewis: Films 1995-2000", and is designed to document the new series of film works that Lewis has made since 2000. Extensively illustrated in colour and black-and-white, this publication has been produced to accompany two large-scale exhibitions of Lewis's work that took place at MOMA, Oxford between March and April 2001 and at Villa Arson in Nice between October 2001 and January 2002. It features newly commissioned essays (published in English and French) by Steven Bode, David Turnbull and Jean-Pierre Rehm.
ISBN 190427000X
Quantity 1
Pages 72
Editor Steven Bode
Authors David Turnbull, Jean-Pierre Rehm
Format Paperback
Publisher Film and Video Umbrella, London
Related Artist Mark Lewis
Categories Film/Video/Projections etc, Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team)
Related Gallery Modern Art Oxford
Artist's Nationality Canadian
Languages English, French

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