Rivane Neuenschwander: A Day Like Any Other

Rivane Neuenschwander: A Day Like Any Other
Library Shelf Location 18.NEUE
Publication Date 2010
Description Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander (born 1967) joyously embraces all genres from painting and sculpture to film and photography, installation and collaborative actions. Whether gathering anonymously created objects from bars and restaurants, or installing continually dripping buckets in a forest, her art is ultimately about being alive and responsive. Some of Neuenschwander's best-known works are collaborations with the public: "I Wish Your Wish" enables visitors to select from hundreds of wishes those they hope will come true, in exchange leaving new wishes behind; in "First Love," visitors are invited to describe the face of their first love to a forensic artist. A Day Like Any Otheris the artist's first full-length monograph. Catalogue of an exhibition held at New Museum (New York), 23 June - 23 Sept. 2010. Contents Seven digressions from an essay / Richard Flood -- The circle principle of Rivane Neuenschwander / Yasmil Raymond -- First love / Rachael Thomas -- Event, limit and line : concretism and epehmeral classicism in the work of Rivane Neuenschwander / Lars Bang Larsen -- Rivane Neuenschwander : things and words / Paulo Herkenhoff.
ISBN 9780915557936
Quantity 1
Pages 244
Author Richard Flood
Format Paperback
Publisher New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
Related Artist Rivane Neuenschwander
Category Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team)
Artist's Nationality Brazilian
Language English

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