Walk Ways

Horodner, Stuart. Walk Ways. New York, NY: Independent Curators International (ICI), 2002.

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Abstract (English)

Connected by the theme of walking, 19 artists have created works in a variety of mediums that deal with politics, geography, history, and the architecture of the body. Horodner describes each work in relation to the theme: a seemingly unremarkable activity that is, in fact, fundamental, and thus has a long and distinguished history of artistic exploration. A collage/montage of material on walking is reproduced from the curator’s notebooks. Biographical notes. List of works. Bibl. 1 p.

Types: Catalogues > Exhibition catalogues
All Contributors: Horodner, Stuart (Curator); Horodner, Stuart (Author); Richards, Judith Olch (Prefacer)
Dossier: 390 - INDEPENDENT CURATORS INTERNATIONAL (New York, NY)
Collation: 56 p. : 45 ill. (28 col.) ; 26 x 19 cm
ISBN: 0916365654
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: New York, NY: Independent Curators International (ICI)
Artists: Alÿs, Francis; Antin, Eleanor; Antoni, Janine; Baden, Mowry; Campbell, Jim; Cardiff, Janet; Fulton, Hamish; Harper, Sharon; Kersels, Martin; Marioni, Tom; Mccaslin, Matthew; Miller, George Bures; Mitchell, Curtis; Morelli, François; Ramirez-Jonas, Paul; Ross, Douglas; Spero, Nancy; Stingel, Rudolf; Wentworth, Richard; Acconci, Vito; Giacometti, Alberto; Hammons, David
Critics / Curators / Historians: Horodner, Stuart
Art Organizations: Independent Curators International (New York, NY)
Event Statement: Exhibition organized by Independent Curators International. Itinerary: Sept. - Nov. 2002, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art ; Jan. - Mar. 2003, Western Gallery (Bellingham, WA) ; Mar. - May 2003, Dalhousie Art Gallery (Halifax) ; June - Aug. 2003, Oakville Galleries ; Feb. - Mar. 2004, Freedman Gallery (Reading, PA).
Keywords: EVERYDAY LIFE; WALKING; TECHNOLOGY; PHOTOGRAPHY; PRINTMAKING; PERFORMANCE; SCULPTURE; VIDEO; INSTALLATION; CURATORIAL PRACTICE; COLLECTING
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Date Deposited: 26 May 2003
Last Modified: 30 May 2012 16:48
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/15626
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