Three volumes from Ediciones Poligrafa’s 20_21 collection

Vito Acconci: Writings, Works, Projects (M Accon .A4 2001)
Essays by Vito Acconci and Gloria Moure.

The work of Vito Acconci is among the most influential of the last 30 years. His adventures in performance, audio and video, sculpture, writing and architecture, from the late 1960s through the present have provided countless milestone works for younger artists.  This monograph  includes both extensive visual documentation from throughout his career and a wide selection of his writings.

An Art of Limina: Gary Hill’s Works and Writings ( M HillG .Q37 2009 ) 
Foreword by Lynne Cooke. Text by George Quasha, Charles Stein.

Gary Hill is one of the most influential contemporary artists to investigate the myriad relationships between words and electronic images.  Hill’s work in video is about, and is, a new form of writing. In this substantial volume, George Quasha and Charles Stein analyze the artist’s entire career, paying particular attention to the single-channel video works. Covering Hill’s oeuvre, this monograph features a comprehensive chronology of his work, including important production details. A careful selection of key writings by the artist is also included. With 640 pages and more than 900 illustrations, it is the most comprehensive and in-depth treatment of Gary Hill’s work to date, written in close connection with the artist.

Jeff Wall: Works and Collected Writings ( M Wall .J44 2007 )
Essay by Michael Newman. Writings by Jeff Wall.

For more than 20 years, Jeff Wall’s pioneering work has contributed significantly to placing the medium of photography in the midst of contemporary art.  His compositions in both color and black-and-white maintain a constant dialogue with nineteenth-century genre painting. This substantial monograph collects Wall’s works alongside his writings in 300 pages featuring almost 150 illustrations.


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