Object and display.

By: Steinbach, Haim.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Published on the occasion of the related exhibitions titled Once again the world is flat at the Center for Curatorial Studies and Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York (June 22-December 20, 2013); Serpentine Galleries, London (March 5-May 5, 2014); and Kunsthalle Zu¨rich (May 24-August 17, 2014). Description: 441 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), plans ; 29 cm.ISBN: 9781941366028.Subject(s): Art | Steinbach, Haim, 1944--Interviews | Steinbach, Haim, 1944--Exhibitions | Steinbach, Haim, 1944- | Conceptual art-21st century-Exhibitions | Conceptual art-20th century-Exhibitions | Conceptual artDDC classification: 709.2STE
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Primarily known for his paradigmatic "shelves" displaying everyday objects, Haim Steinbach (born 1944) has developed a practice that evolved from early minimalist painting with grids and monochromes to later large-scale installations that have seldom been seen in the US. Growing out of a traveling exhibition that features works drawn from throughout Steinbach's career, as well as archival materials and new site-specific installations, Object and Display urges readers to take a closer look at this seminal artist's works. Hundreds of full-color illustrations document the exhibition, which included photographs, models and recreations from past works, along with photography of the site-specific installations that appeared at each institution. New essays by writers Johanna Burton and Germano Celant explore the evolution of Steinbach's practice and his investigations into what constitutes an art object and how art and objects are displayed.