| Won Ju Lim. Da2 Domus Artium, 2013. ISBN: 8493434485. Factory sealed. Like New. Paperback. (#29394) $20.00
Text in English and Spanish. Catalog of an exhibition held at Domus Artium 2002, Salamanca, Spain, April 14 to June 12, 2005.
Includes essays and an interview with the artist by Astrid Mania.
Won Ju Lim is a Korean-American artist. Her work examines the dialogue between real and imaginary space as they relate to fantasy, memory, and longing.
| Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot. Asia Society Museum, 2014. ISBN: 9780300209211. Factory sealed. Very Good. Hardcover. (#28391)
Color and black/white illustrations. 189p. Measures 10.75-9.25 inches.
A fully illustrated catalog on the celebrated progenitor of video art, Nam June Paik (1932–2006). Brings together a host of scholars, artists, and Paik’s own collaborators to illuminate the work of this innovative artist. Features never-before-published primary sources that highlight Paik’s prescient attitude towards the integration of increasingly indispensable technologies into modern life.
Korean-born, Paik was a major influence on late twentieth-century art and continues to inspire a new generation of artists. Paik is credited with an early usage (1974) of the term “electronic super highway.”
| Nam June Paik: Video Art Pioneer (Press Kit, Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA), June 10-October 8, 2000) Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 2000. Unmarked. Very Good. Spiral Bound. (#27107)
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Media materials for Nam June Paik: Video Art Pioneer exhibition at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA), June 10-October 8, 2000 featuring video sculptures and installations form the 1960s through the 1990.
Includes a press release, artist biography, overview of accompanying program, Photograph of the artist and 6 color plates. Guide to the pieces on display. 18p.
Korean-born artist Nam June Paik (1932–2006) was a major influence on late twentieth-century art and continues to inspire a new generation of artists. Paik is credited with an early usage (1974) of the term “electronic super highway.”
Loose letter about the materials on the museum’s stationary.