5 edition of Deborah Kass found in the catalog.
by Newcomb Art Gallery
Written in English
|Contributions||Deborah Kass (Editor), Michael Plante (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
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The artist shows paintings that explore the intersection of pop culture and art history. Includes exhibitions listing. Walking the line between respectful homage and brazen appropriation, Deborah Kass mimics and reworks the signature styles of some of the 20th century’s most iconic male artists—including Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, and Ed Ruscha—in her bold, meticulous paintings.
“They’re my daddies,” she has said, in witty acknowledgment of her indebtedness to her male Nationality: American. Deborah Kass is a contemporary American artist. View Deborah Kass’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices.
See available prints and multiples, paintings, and sculpture for sale and learn about the ality: American. Painter Deborah Kass (b. ) recycles the Deborah Kass book and appearance of Andy Warhol's silk-screened portraits, creating a series of homages to strong women she admires like Barbara Streisand and Gertrude Stein.
Art historian Linda Nochlin, in an essay in Deborah Kass: Warhol Project, writes, "Gender is an act, Kass seems to be saying, but it is an 4/5(1). Get this from a library.
Deborah Kass: before and happily ever after. [Deborah Kass; Lisa Liebmann; Andy Warhol Museum.] -- "The first comprehensive book accompanying a major touring exhibition by the painter Deborah Kass.
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Kass went on from Warhol and Streisand to appropriate the styles of Stella, Kelly and other artists she admired and to introduce texts sampled from popular culture, like Sondheim’s lyrics.
But above all, Kass’s canvases are an homage to the art of painting. (Irving Sandler and Deborah Kass at her studio in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn.).
Robert Storr worked closely with Louise Bourgeois on the book for over twenty years. In a career spanning nearly 75 years, Louise Bourgeois created a vast body of work that enriched the formal language of modern art while it expressed her intense inner struggles with unprecedented candor and unpredictable invention.
Deborah Kass's first monumental sculpture presents her recurring OY/YO motif as a brash statement at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Walking the line between respectful homage and brazen appropriation, Brooklyn-based artist Deborah Kass mimics and reworks the signature styles of iconic 20th century male artists—including Frank Stella, Andy.
Deborah Kass: portrait of an artist as an appropriator / Linda Nochlin --Cards of identity / Robert Rosenblum --Seeing myself seeing myself / Maurice Berger --First person plural: the paintings of Deborah Kass / Mary Anne Staniszewski --Screened identities, multiple repetitions and missed kisses: Deborah Kass's Warhol project / Michael Plante.
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Deborah Kass, bornis an American artist who currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. Deborah Kass (American, born ). Double Red Yentl, Split (My Elvis), Walking the line between respectful homage and brazen appropriation, Deborah Kass mimics and reworks the signature styles of some of the 20th century’s most iconic male artists—including Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, and Ed Ruscha—in her bold, meticulous paintings.
“They’re my daddies,” she has said, in witty acknowledgment of her indebtedness to her male Brand: Deborah Kass. The OY/YO Keychain is based on Deborah Kass's vibrant yellow OY/YO sculpture which seeks to evoke joy and unity in its playful monumentalizing of classic New York slang. The work uses the city's culturally specific, yet universal lingo to communicate the collective pride and exasperation of living here with the twinned words oy (aYiddish exclamation of alarm or bother) and yo (an.
Deborah Kass on Athenian vases "I think I'm looking at cartoons of another time that I can't decipher anymore." The Artist Project is an online series in which artists respond to works of art in.
Deborah Kass: Appropriation was the language of my generation in many ways. It came out of Duchamp, Warhol, Johns, Lichtenstein.
My work since the late '80s specifically questioned what was presented as the "natural" order of Author: Hallie Sekoff. InKass embarked on The Warhol Project, a multiyear series responding to the celebrity portraits of Pop artist Andy Jewish Jackie, Kass takes Warhol’s paintings that repeat an image of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in profile and replaces her with actress and singer Barbra Streisand.
While growing up as a Jewish American girl, Kass noticed that. The first comprehensive book accompanying a major touring exhibition by the painter Deborah Kass. More than any artist of the last thirty years, New York Citybased painter Deborah Kass has made it her lifes work to position women artists on.
View Deborah Kass’ professional profile on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the world's largest business network, helping professionals like Deborah Kass discover inside Connections: In celebration of the unprecedented publication of Intimate Geometries: The Art and Life of Louise Bourgeois, Robert Storr, author, art historian, curator, painter and critic; and special guest experts converse about the book and the artist's oeuvre and life.
The discussion is moderated by Christopher Lyon, editor and Bookforum columnist. Deborah Kass’s first retrospective opens this weekend at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and features three decades’ worth of highly personal samplings from postwar painting and culture.