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アメリカ人アーティスト、アンディ・ウォーホル(Andy Warhol)の作品集。2020年に「テート・モダン(Tate Modern)」で開催された大回顧展に伴い刊行された。本展覧会図録は、作者の芸術活動の幅の広さをより感じさせ、その人生と作品を当時の文脈を追いながら紹介し、今日のデジタル時代においてもいかに重要な人物であり続けているかを新たな解釈をもとに強く印象づける一冊である。作品とともにキャリアのうちよく知られている部分と共にあまり知られていない側面を描きながら、作者のスタジオ兼芸術家たちのサロンであった「Factory」の元メンバーであるボブ・コラセロ(Bob Colacello)へのインタビュー、アーカイブ資料、新たな研究によって見出された解釈などを記したテキストなどで構成されている。移民としての背景や、死と宗教の観念、クィアとしての作者の視点に着目しながら、絵画、彫刻、映画、音楽が持っていた古典的な境界線を自らの作品で押し広げようとするその無限の野心を探った一冊。

 

This stunning hardback exhibition catalogue offers up new insight into Andy Warhol’s expanded art practice, presenting his life and work within the context of his time, in a way that connects to contemporary concerns. With illustrations of familiar and lesser-known aspects of Warhol’s career, an interview with former Factory insider, Bob Colacello, and new research, archival materials and creative writing, it accompanies Tate Modern’s 2020 major retrospective of the artist’s career.

Looking at his background as an immigrant, ideas of death and religion, and his queer perspective, it explores his limitless ambition to push the traditional boundaries of painting, sculpture, film and music, and reveals Warhol as an artist who both succeeded and failed in equal measure – an artist who embraced the establishment while cavorting with the underground. It highlights Warhol’s knowing flirtation with the world of celebrity alongside his socially engaged collaborations and advocacy of alternative lifestyles.

As an underground art star, Andy Warhol (1928–1987) emerged as the antidote to the prevalent abstract expressionist style of ‘50s America. He introduced popular everyday subjects into his practice and openly acknowledged the wide-ranging influences on his work. Throughout his career, his forays into advertising, fashion, film, TV and music videos marked a fascination with mainstream popular culture.

 

softcover
224 pages
219 x 290 mm
color, black and white
2020

published by TATE PUBLISHING

Andy Warhol|TATE PUBLISHING

¥6,600価格
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