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Christopher Wool

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Museum of Contemporary Art , Los Angeles
Wool, Christopher, --
Statementorganized by Ann Goldstein ; with essays by Thomas Crow ... [et al.].
ContributionsGoldstein, Ann., Crow, Thomas E., 1948-, Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.), Carnegie Museum of Art.
The Physical Object
Pagination295p. :
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Open LibraryOL22434419M
ISBN 10091435762X

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Eleven paintings and large-format silkscreens from that were exhibited together at Galerie Max Hetzler in Berlin are presented on beautiful tip-in color plates that reveal all the richness of nuances in an oeuvre which has become ever more. Christopher Wool (born ) is an American artist. Since the s, Wool's art has incorporated issues surrounding post-conceptual ideas.

He lives and works in New York City and Marfa, Texas, together with his wife and fellow painter Charline von Heyl. Wikidata Q Christopher Wool’s work evolved into exploring the use of type and stencils, bold black text on white backgrounds, playing with the imagery of street signage.

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Christopher Wool – Page From Black Book The Selection of Media. The artist usually expresses his ideas through several mediums such as paper, photography, and painting.

As a matter of fact, Christopher Wool began developing his style during the mid’s, when he started creating abstract paintings that included multiple mark ality: United States. Wool transforms the written word into painterly method with a brashness that remains resonant today.

Words and phrases are fractured and abstracted through a grid-like arrangement - "Black Book" collates this renowned format into a 17 piece collection. Each page contains a single word, inscribed like a large scale code. Courtesy of Contemporary Editions. An in-depth installation featuring 16 works by Christopher Wool (13 of which are on view for the first time at The Broad) kicks off The Broad's 5th Anniversary Year on February 8.

The works on view in this expansive presentation spans from toincluding iconic works that use text, roller paintings, and recent works using digital. Christopher Wool (, Boston, MA) is primarily known as a painter; however his photographs, artist books, prints, and sculptures are also integral to his practice.

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Black Book. Hardcover book, with 17 text images, on smooth wove paper, the full sheets, bound (as issued). x 41 cm (23 1/8 x 16 1/8 in.) Signed, numbered / and inscribed 'For Caroline/Christopher June ' in black ink on the final page (there were also 8 artist's proofs), co-published by Gisela Capitain, Cologne and Thea Westreich, New York.

In-your-face, achingly simple, deceptively frank, the work of Christopher Wool is so very New York. Christopher Wool became known in the mids through allover paintings produced with rubber rollers commonly used to simulate decorative wallpaper patterns on walls.

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Guggenheim Museum, New York, this catalogue presents a rich selection of paintings. Christopher Wool (American, b) is an influential post-Conceptual artist, best known for his graphic, black and white word paintings. Wool grew up in Chicago, and relocated to New York City in the s, where he enrolled in the Studio School with Abstract Expressionist painters Jack Tworkov and Harry eventually dropped out of school, and began Nationality: American.

Black Book by Christopher Wool Black Book exemplifies Christopher Wool’s use of the typographical word as a pictorial image. It is an oversized object, roughly twenty-three inches tall, and contains forty pages bearing seventeen reproductions of enamel drawings.

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Christopher Wool Years. Back to top. Back to top. Christopher Wool was born in Boston in to Glorye and Ira Wool, a psychiatrist and a molecular biologist. That same year the family moved to the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, where Wool was brought up alongside his younger brother Jonathon.

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