New York Abstraction : A Symposium

Moos, David and Dona, Lydia and Rubinstein, Raphael. New York Abstraction : A Symposium. Guelph, Ont.: Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, 1997.

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Abstract (English)

This publication contains papers presented at a symposium on contemporary abstract painting in New York. Moos describes the various styles of meaning within abstraction. Dona discusses how her paintings have been influenced by the New York School, Duchamp, Minimalism, and photography. Mark Cheetham examines the concept of iconicity as it relates to abstract painting. Rubinstein focuses on the plasticity of paint. Biographical notes. 21 bibl. ref.

Types: Conference, colloquium, symposium publications ; Proceedings, transcripts
All Contributors: Moos, David (Curator); Moos, David (Author); Dona, Lydia (Author); Rubinstein, Raphael (Author); Nasby, Judith (Prefacer)
Dossier: 351 - MacDONALD STEWART ART CENTRE (Guelph)
Collation: 36 p. : 12 ill. ; 15 x 18 cm
ISBN: 0920810594
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Guelph, Ont.: Macdonald Stewart Art Centre
Artists: Ellis, Stephen; Lasker, Jonathan; Marcaccio, Fabian; Reed, David; Taafe, Philip
Critics / Curators / Historians: Moos, David
Art Organizations: Macdonald Stewart Art Centre (Guelph)
Event Statement: Event dates : 24 Oct. - 17 Jan. 1997, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre (Guelph).
Keywords: ABSTRACTION; ICON; PAINTING; VOID; PLASTICITY; CHEETHAM, MARK; DONA, LYDIA; MOOS, DAVID; NORDEN, LINDA; RUBINSTEIN, RAPHAEL
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Date Deposited: 11 Oct 1997
Last Modified: 25 Oct 2012 13:56
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/11740
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