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  • Author:
    Edward. (Art) Hopps Walter. (Curator) Kienholz
  • ISBN:
    0500237212
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    978-0500237212
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    WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART.; First Edition edition (1996)
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    300 pages
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The tableaux, environments, and conceptual pieces of Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz are direct, powerful, and uncompromising.

Published on the occasion of an important retrospective exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Kienholz: A Retrospective is the most fully illustrated book ever published on the Kienholz oeuvre. The tableaux, environments, and conceptual pieces of Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz are direct, powerful, and uncompromising.

Kienholz: A Retrospective by Walter Hopps; Rosetta Brooks; Et Al at AbeBooks. Starting in 1954, Edward Kienholz worked against the grain of formal abstract art, gradually forsaking painting in favour of assemblage techniques. uk - ISBN 10: 0500237212 - ISBN 13: 9780500237212 - Thames and Hudson Ltd - 1996 - Hardcover. In these works, Kienholz addressed issues of war, abortion, prostitution, government indifference and human cruelty.

Walter Hopps, Edward Kienholz. Sewn,PAPER over Boards. Whitney Museum of American Art. Date of Publication. Country of Publication.

Edward Kienholz was an American self-taught sculptor known for his elaborate found-object assemblages, which convey a harsh scrutiny of American society. In 1953 he settled in Los Angeles. Works Combine Visual and Verbal Puns Once in Los Angeles, Kienholz ran a succession of art galleries while embarking on his artistic career. His earliest works consisted of painted wood panels. Even in these early works we sense the bitterness and irony so characteristic of his later mature work. An early painting entitled George Warshington in Drag (1957) presents us with an image of our heroic first president in drag.

Walter Hopps, leading curator of 20th-century art and founding director of. .He organized a Kienholz retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1996; a second Rauschenberg retrospective (with Susan.

Walter Hopps, leading curator of 20th-century art and founding director of Menil Collection in Houston, dies at age 72; photo (M. In 1957, with Kienholz, he opened the Ferus Gallery, which became a crucial force in the Los Angeles art scene and showed the work of a new generation of artists, including Mr. Ruscha, Ken Price, Robert Irwin and Billy Al Bengston. He organized a Kienholz retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1996; a second Rauschenberg retrospective (with Susan Davidson) at the Guggenheim Museum and the Menil in 1997; and a James Rosenquist retrospective (with Sarah Bancroft) at the Guggenheim in 2003.

Art critic Brian Sewell called Edward Kienholz "the least known . Kienholz : a retrospective (2. print. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.

Art critic Brian Sewell called Edward Kienholz "the least known, most neglected and forgotten American artist of Jack Kerouac's Beat Generation of the 1950s, a contemporary of the writers Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs and Norman Mailer, his visual imagery at least as grim, gritty, sordid and depressing as their literary vocabulary". Kienholz, Edward; Kienholz, Nancy Reddin; Hopps, Walter ; Brooks, Rosetta (1996). ISBN 978-0-87427-099-0.

Founded by Walter Hopps and artist Edward Kienholz in 1957, Ferus brought some of the finest examples of Abstract Expressionism .

Founded by Walter Hopps and artist Edward Kienholz in 1957, Ferus brought some of the finest examples of Abstract Expressionism and Neo-Dada to California and, in the process, helped to shape the . The dual exhibition of Dada constructions by Edward Kienholz and fey collages by B. A. Bengston (Ferus Gallery) is one of those all too-rare occasions when wit commands the stage in an art event.

Kienholz: A Retrospective. Edward Kienholz, Nancy Reddin-Kienholz, Walter Hopps, Rosetta Brooks, Berlinische Galerie. Edward Kienholz, Nancy Reddin-Kienholz, Louver Gallery New York. Ed Kienholz, Nancy Reddin-Kienholz : the Kienholz women. Edward Kienholz, Nancy Reddin-Kienholz, Viviane Forrester, Galerie Maeght. Edward Kienholz, Karl Gunnar Pontus Hultén, Katja Waldén, Moderna museet.