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    Format: 319 Seiten , 31 x 22 cm
    ISBN: 1942185812 , 9781942185819
    Content: A comprehensive monograph spanning the forty-year career of Palm Springs-based, queer artist Jim Isermann (born 1955), this title shows the artist's first twenty years of extensive, chronological research of postwar art and design filtered through popular culture and consumerism, followed by twenty years of site-specific public projects and a studio practice of labor-intensive painting, sculpture, and the occasional product design project. In 1980, there were no guidebooks to California design or what we now call Midcentury Modern. Isermann constructed his own timeline, object by object, from thrift stores, flea markets and swap meets, making bodies of work that included latch hook rugs paired with painting, stained glass window panels, and handsewn fabric wall hangings. By 1999, Isermann had his first computer, and so began the second twenty years of his career, with complex digitally designed patterns that found their form in commercially manufactured modules
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-291)
    Language: English
    Subjects: Art History
    Keywords: Isermann, Jim 1955- ; Installation ; Malerei ; Plastik ; Bildband
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