More than twenty years after her first solo show at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, American artist Sarah Sze presents in 2021 two new sculptural installations in the exhibition spaces of Jean Nouvel’s iconic building.
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|Author||Bruno Latour, Jean Nouvel, Leanne Sacramone|
|Number of pages||208|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||340 x 235|
|Technique(s)||150 reproductions couleur|
|Museum||Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris|
Commissioned by the Fondation Cartier, these large-scale works explore how the proliferation of images—printed in magazines, gleaned from the Web, intercepted from outer space—fundamentally changes our relation to physical objects, memories, and time.
On the occasion of the exhibition, the Fondation Cartier conceived this richly illustrated catalog, designed in close collaboration with the artist, retracing the creation and the presentation of these two works. An essay by philosopher and sociologist Bruno Latour, a conversation between Sarah Sze and Jean Nouvel, and a text by Leanne Sacramone, curator of the exhibition, offer a deeper understanding of these two works, as well as of the creative process of the artist and of the references that are omnipresent in her work.
Born 1969 in Boston, Sarah Sze lives in New York. Internationally renowned for her work challenging the frontiers between painting, installation, and architecture, she assembles everyday objects, images, and videos to create delicate and complex sculptural installations.
Bilingual French/English version, 48 different covers, 150 color reproductions.
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