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Product Description: Between Nietzsche's "death of God" and the ascent of Buddhism in twentieth-century America and Europe, the idea of the "void" has permeated Western art and culture. The means by which artists and thinkers have dismantled conventions of reality and perception with acts of emptying, removing, destroying, or emphasizing nothingness, are numerous, as this massive survey testifies...read more
By John Armleder (editor), Matthieu Copeland (editor), Laurent Le Bon (editor), Gustav Metzger (editor) and Mai-thu Perret (editor)

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9783037640173 | Distributed Art Pub Inc, June 30, 2009, cover price $50.00 | About this edition: Between Nietzsche's "death of God" and the ascent of Buddhism in twentieth-century America and Europe, the idea of the "void" has permeated Western art and culture.

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Product Description: Between Nietzsche's "death of God" and the ascent of Buddhism in twentieth-century America and Europe, the idea of "void" has permeated Western art and culture, and the means by which artists and thinkers have dismantled conventions of reality and perception with acts of emptying, removing, destroying, or emphasizing nothingness, are numerous, as this massive survey testifies...read more
By John Armleder (editor), Matthieu Copeland (editor), Gustav Metzger (editor), Mai-thu Perret (editor) and Clive Phillpot (editor)

Hardcover:

9783037640364 | Distributed Art Pub Inc, June 30, 2009, cover price $80.00 | About this edition: Between Nietzsche's "death of God" and the ascent of Buddhism in twentieth-century America and Europe, the idea of "void" has permeated Western art and culture, and the means by which artists and thinkers have dismantled conventions of reality and perception with acts of emptying, removing, destroying, or emphasizing nothingness, are numerous, as this massive survey testifies.

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Product Description: In volume 16 of The Conversation Series, Hans Ulrich Obrist presents an in-depth exchange with the venerable German-born artist and activist Gustav Metzger, which illuminates the artist's fascinating life and 60-year career. In 1959, Metzger penned a manifesto of Auto-destructive art, which states in part, "Auto-destructive paintings, sculptures and constructions have a lifetime varying from a few moments to 20 years...read more

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9783865604989 | Walther Konig, March 1, 2009, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: In volume 16 of The Conversation Series, Hans Ulrich Obrist presents an in-depth exchange with the venerable German-born artist and activist Gustav Metzger, which illuminates the artist's fascinating life and 60-year career.

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Product Description: Eva Weinmayr works with leftovers, fragments of information. For years she has been collecting Evening Standard "teaser bills"--the abbreviated and exaggerated handwritten posters that hawk London's daily papers--and re-creating them as art...read more

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9783775717427 | Hatje Cantz Pub, August 15, 2006, cover price $30.00 | About this edition: Eva Weinmayr works with leftovers, fragments of information.

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Product Description: Notorious "guitar trasher" Pete Townshend (of the legendary rock band The Who) refers to Gustav Metzger as his teacher--due mainly to the artist/activist's continued reaction to the threat posed by the global nuclear arms race, which he has also opposed politically since 1956...read more

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9783775716505 | Cantz, November 30, 2005, cover price $55.00 | About this edition: Notorious "guitar trasher" Pete Townshend (of the legendary rock band The Who) refers to Gustav Metzger as his teacher--due mainly to the artist/activist's continued reaction to the threat posed by the global nuclear arms race, which he has also opposed politically since 1956.

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Product Description: Cultural Writing. Art. Gustav Metzger was born in Nuremberg in 1926 and came to Britain in 1939 as a Polish citizen, but since the late forties has been stateless. During his involvement with the anti-nuclear campaign, he continued to develop Auto-Destructive Art and its subsequent manifestations in the 60s and 70s...read more

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9780906630051 | Small Pr Distribution, January 1, 1996, cover price $12.00 | About this edition: Cultural Writing.

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