This catalogue features the works of 37 artists from around the globe represented in the 54th Carnegie International, including Tomma Abts, John Bock, Kathy Butterly, Paul Chan, Anne Chu, Rachel Harrison, Jim Lambie, Julie Mehretu, Ugo Rondinone, and Eva Rothschild. The featured artists employ a diverse range of media, from painting, sculpture, installation, and performance to film, video, animation, and ceramics. The book includes an introduction by curator Laura Hoptman and essays by Gary Garrels, Midori Matsui, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Francesco Bonami, Elizabeth Smith, Jean-Pierre Mercier, Branka Stipancic, and Elizabeth Thomas.
Accompanied exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art, October 9, 2004 to March 20, 2005.
Hardcover; 241 pages; 135 color and 40 duotone illustrations; ISBN 0-88039-044-1
Widely considered one of the most innovative experimental architects working today, Lebbeus Woods combines an extraordinary mastery of drawing with an analysis of architectural and urban form and social and political conditions. In this book, Woods narrates a sequence of projects he completed between 1990 and 2004, through which he investigated a consistent, if evolving, set of ideas and challenges. Karsten Harries places Woods’s work within a long tradition of resistance to architectural convention, while curator Tracy Myers analyzes the complex ideas in Woods’s oeuvre, weaving into the text a conversation with Woods that reveals the interplay of passion and intellect that informs and drives his work.
Accompanied exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art’s Heinz Architectural Center, July 31, 2004 to January 16, 2005.
Softcover; 56 pages; 17 color and 19 black-and-white illustrations; ISBN 0-88039-043-3