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Maurizio Cattelan

Maurizio Cattelan

Maurizio Cattelan

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Published by Guggenheim Museum Publications, Distributed by ARTBOOK / D.A.P. in New York, NY .
Written in English

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    StatementNancy Spector
    ContributionsSpector, Nancy, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN6923.C3744 A4 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination255 p.
    Number of Pages255
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27133983M
    ISBN 100892074167
    ISBN 109780892074167
    OCLC/WorldCa727701749

    Summary of Maurizio Cattelan. In the grand kingdom of the art world, Maurizio Cattelan has established himself as its court jester. With a fool's irreverence and the freedom of a Conceptual artist unbound to singular voice or traditional medium, he seeks to jostle the status quo. Whether he guides us toward interrogating socially ingrained norms, or pinpoints our darker human struggles and Nationality: Italian. Maurizio Cattelan is the contemporary art world’s court jester. While his art-historical predecessor may be the Dadaist punster Marcel Duchamp, Cattelan is heir to a much broader tradition—that of the clown, a tragicomic figure with a particular resonance in the artist’s native Italy, birthplace of commedia dell’arte and the films of Federico Fellini and Roberto.

      The Maurizio Cattelan retrospective at the Guggenheim contains an eye-catching arrangement of : Roberta Smith. Interview: Nancy Spector in conversation with Maurizio Cattelan --Survey: Static on the line: the impossible works of Maurizio Cattelan / Francesco Bonami --Focus: Untitled, Manifesta 2 / Barbara Vanderlinden --Artist's choice: Portnoy's complaint (extract), / Philip.

    Book Signing; Cultural Event; Music; Left image – photographer: Harmony Korine. Courtesy of Iggy Pop. Join Perrotin on Saturday March 7th, for the release of Iggy Pop’s limited, numbered vinyl release of FREE, featuring cover art and creative collaboration with Maurizio Cattelan. In celebration, Iggy Pop and Maurizio Cattelan will sign. The "Drummer Doll" playing a drum, a sculpture by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, sits on the roof of the Museum of Modern Art Ludwig in Cologne, Germany on


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