Color illustrations. 79p. Measures 10×12 inches.
Text in English and French.
As guest artist at the Louvre, Belgian conceptual artist Wim Delvoye (b. 1965) created new, site-specific art for the museum that responded to the Louvre’s collections with subversive and ironic reinterpretations of older styles, including Baroque crucifixes and Gothic motifs.
Catalog for a traveling exhibition. Illustrated. 52p.
Foreword by Nicholas Baume and Ralph Rugoff. “The World as figure/ground and its disturbance” by Pamela Lee, “Utopia, Utopia = One World, One War, One Army, One Dress” by Thomas Hirschhorn, and “Wordplay” by Marcus Steinweg.
Hirschhorn (b. 1957) is a Swiss artist who lives and works in Paris. He received the (2000/2001) Marcel Duchamp Prize and the Joseph Beuys Prize in 2004. In June 2011, Hirschhorn represented Switzerland at the Venice Biennale.