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Maurizio Cattelan

Condition: BRAND NEW
ISBN: 9780714843063
Author(s): Nancy Spector
Format: Paperback
Year: 2003
Edition: Revised edition
Publisher: Phaidon Press
Dimensions: 139 x 160 x 18 (w x l x h)
Pages: 212
Pages: 13-22
Series: Contemporary Artists Series

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Maurizio Cattelan is the best-known Italian artist to have emerged internationally in the 1990s, and his reputation continues to grow. This mini second edition, updated to include all of the artist's work to the present, represents a unique collaboration between Phaidon and this important artist. In fact, Cattelan, who often works with shifts in scale in his sculpture, conceived of this mini edition almost as a work of sculpture itself, creating a highly desirable and collectable object/catalogue. The artist's uncompromising, often dangerous will to provoke his audience is exemplified in the notorious Frankie and Jamie (2002), an image of two wax-figure policemen leaning upside-down against a wall - the artist's own ambiguous commemoration of 9/11. The Update essay is by Massimiliano Gioni, noted critic and curator as well as Cattelan's closest collaborator. Survey author Francesco Bonami, who has long followed Cattelan's work and is Artistic Director of the 2003 Venice Biennale, presents a work-by-work overview of Cattelan's art and ideas. The artist's 'slippery' personality shines through in the Interview with critic and Guggenheim Museum curator Nancy Spector. Curator Barbara Vanderlinden offers a first-hand response to an untitled work from 1998 consisting of a living uprooted tree. The two Artist's Choice selections combine issues dear to the artist's he
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