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Product Description: Why I Never Became a Dancer looks at works by 15 video artists who have addressed themes of adolescence and social adaptation: Tobias Zielony, Martin Brand, Paul Pfieffer, Doug Aitken, Rosemarie Trockel, Rineke Dijkstra, Ryan Trecartin, Andrea Bowers, Cao Fei, Beat Streuli, Gillian Wearing, Nina Könnemann, Mark Leckey and Tracey Emin...read more

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9783775731546 | Bilingual edition (Hatje Cantz Pub, February 29, 2012), cover price $30.00 | About this edition: Why I Never Became a Dancer looks at works by 15 video artists who have addressed themes of adolescence and social adaptation: Tobias Zielony, Martin Brand, Paul Pfieffer, Doug Aitken, Rosemarie Trockel, Rineke Dijkstra, Ryan Trecartin, Andrea Bowers, Cao Fei, Beat Streuli, Gillian Wearing, Nina Könnemann, Mark Leckey and Tracey Emin.

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Product Description: Aschemünder marks the beginning of a collaboration between the Goetz Collection and the Haus der Kunst in Munich. Staged in an old bunker, the first exhibition naturally enough explores themes of war and violence, in video works by 14 international artists including Juan Manuel Echavarría, Marcel Odenbach and Tracey Moffatt...read more

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9783775729741 | Bilingual edition (Hatje Cantz Pub, August 31, 2011), cover price $30.00 | About this edition: Aschemünder marks the beginning of a collaboration between the Goetz Collection and the Haus der Kunst in Munich.

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Product Description: Swiss duo Fischli & Weiss have been collaborating since 1979 on clever, charming works that turn everyday detritus--from stuffed animals and beer bottles to sausages and magazine advertisements--into witty scenarios of balance, collapse and blissful silliness...read more

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9783775727358 | Bilingual edition (Hatje Cantz Pub, April 30, 2011), cover price $55.00 | About this edition: Swiss duo Fischli & Weiss have been collaborating since 1979 on clever, charming works that turn everyday detritus--from stuffed animals and beer bottles to sausages and magazine advertisements--into witty scenarios of balance, collapse and blissful silliness.

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Product Description: Over the last 40 years, Ingvild Goetz has assembled one of the world's most important and adventurous collections of media art. Following the acclaimed Fast Forward compilation of 2004, Fast Forward 2 features recent film and video by artists including Francis Alÿs, Matthew Barney, Keren Cytter, Nathalie Djurberg, Omer Fast, Mona Hatoum, Raymond Pettibon, Pipilotti Rist and Ryan Trecartin...read more

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9783775726047 | Bilingual edition (Hatje Cantz Pub, November 30, 2010), cover price $75.00 | About this edition: Over the last 40 years, Ingvild Goetz has assembled one of the world's most important and adventurous collections of media art.

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Product Description: German artist Andreas Slominski (born 1959) explores the still fertile realm of the readymade, appropriating such functional objects as bicycles, windmills and other found materials which he then reproposes as freestanding sculptures, or which he incorporates, with the use of spray paint, into polystyrene wall reliefs...read more
By Ingvild Goetz (editor), Karsten Lockemann (editor), Andreas Slominski (other contributor), Birgit Sonna (editor) and Stephan Urbaschek (editor)

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9783775726030 | Bilingual edition (Hatje Cantz Pub, November 30, 2010), cover price $55.00 | About this edition: German artist Andreas Slominski (born 1959) explores the still fertile realm of the readymade, appropriating such functional objects as bicycles, windmills and other found materials which he then reproposes as freestanding sculptures, or which he incorporates, with the use of spray paint, into polystyrene wall reliefs.

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Product Description: Lucy McKenzie works in her native Glasgow, but also shows regularly in London, where she lured the artist Paulina Olowska from Poland for a collaborative performance called Hold the Color. The film of their performance, Oblique Composition, was later shown at the Tate Modern...read more
By Ingvild Goetz (introduced by), Lucy Mckenzie (illustrator), Paulina Olowska (illustrator) and Stephan Urbaschek (contributor)

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9783939894001 | Bilingual edition (Distributed Art Pub Inc, September 30, 2007), cover price $40.00 | About this edition: Lucy McKenzie works in her native Glasgow, but also shows regularly in London, where she lured the artist Paulina Olowska from Poland for a collaborative performance called Hold the Color.

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Product Description: This fifth installation from the world-renowned Goetz Collection showcases eight artists born between 1949 and 1976, including James Casebere, Barnaby Hosking, Zilla Leutenegger, Magnus Plessen, Wilhelm Sasnal, Dana Schutz, Laurie Simmons and Matthias Weischer...read more

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9783939894025 | Bilingual edition (Distributed Art Pub Inc, July 30, 2008), cover price $40.00 | About this edition: This fifth installation from the world-renowned Goetz Collection showcases eight artists born between 1949 and 1976, including James Casebere, Barnaby Hosking, Zilla Leutenegger, Magnus Plessen, Wilhelm Sasnal, Dana Schutz, Laurie Simmons and Matthias Weischer.

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Product Description: In our accelerated era of "faster," "better," "farther," "higher," this comprehensive catalogue of the media art of the world-renowned Goetz Collection in Munich offers not only a survey of much of the most important film and video work to have been made over the last 15 years, but also a vision of how our habit of seeing and experiencing the world--in perpetual fast forward mode--has come out of our own cultural acceleration...read more
By Ingvild Goetz (editor), Sammlung Goetz (editor) and Stephan Urbaschek (editor)

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9783775718653 | Bilingual edition (Hatje Cantz Pub, December 1, 2006), cover price $60.00 | About this edition: In our accelerated era of "faster," "better," "farther," "higher," this comprehensive catalogue of the media art of the world-renowned Goetz Collection in Munich offers not only a survey of much of the most important film and video work to have been made over the last 15 years, but also a vision of how our habit of seeing and experiencing the world--in perpetual fast forward mode--has come out of our own cultural acceleration.

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Product Description: Since 1989, van Warmerdam has created photo works well summed-up by the phrase "It is what it is, but yet not"--the title of one essay in this retrospective catalogue. Whether she depicts a craggy mountain top, a tree in bloom, a well-endowed woman, or cows in a field, van Warmerdam takes a conceptually Surrealist twist on representation...read more

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9783883757681 | Walther Konig, April 29, 2004, cover price $35.00 | About this edition: Since 1989, van Warmerdam has created photo works well summed-up by the phrase "It is what it is, but yet not"--the title of one essay in this retrospective catalogue.

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Product Description: At this point in art time, new media work needs no longer be prefixed by "new." With a firm place in institutional and private collections, with an ever-burgeoning range of practitioners, media art can safely be considered a part of the contemporary canon...read more

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9783980806398 | Ingvild Goetz, March 1, 2004, cover price $75.00 | About this edition: At this point in art time, new media work needs no longer be prefixed by "new.

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