This title offers an insightful overview of the work of American artist Margaret Evangeline. American artist Margaret Evangeline uses radically different yet complementary media such as painting, video, and performance to make artworks that are as tactilely seductive as they are conceptually unsettling. In one body of work, Evangeline introduced bullet holes into otherwise pristine stainless steel surfaces, in an act of aesthetic contemplation that she describes as 'the sensation of painting without the paint.' Evangeline's subject matter comes from a wide range of sources: marginalized women, art history, American gun culture, the artist's heritage, and her complex relationship to the various geographic sites of her unusual practice. This superbly illustrated volume is the first comprehensive study of Evangeline's artistic output, providing readers with an unparalleled insight into her work, her influences and creative processes.
Publisher: Edizioni Charta Srl
Weight: 2132 g
Dimensions: 240 x 170 x 15 mm
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