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The age of collage. Vol. 2 : Contemporary collage in modern art / [edited by Dennis H. Busch and Robert Klanten ; preface and artist profiles by Noelia Hobeika ; artist features by Anna Sinofzik].

Contributor(s): Busch, Dennis H [editor.] | Klanten, Robert [editor.] | Hobeika, Noelia [writer of added text.] | Sinofzik, Anna [writer of added text.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: The age of collage: 02.Publisher: Berlin : Die Gestalten Verlag, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Description: 320 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 31 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9783899555837 (hardback); 389955583X (hardback).Other title: Contemporary collage in modern art.Subject(s): Collage | Art, Modern -- 21st century | Art, Modern -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 702/.8/12 Summary: Bringing disparate images and items together, collage transcends the boundaries between artistic disciplines. The traditionally analog technique has its roots in surrealism and Dada. Having effortlessly evolved to embrace digital tools and the combinatory freedom that they offer, collage is now making a promising comeback.0'The Age of Collage Vol. 2' presents the work of more than 80 collage artists - from established names including John Baldessari and Richard Prince to up-and-coming talents such as Lola Dupré. A follow-up to 'The Age of Collage', the book is a comprehensive showcase of the surprising diversity of this genre today.
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Collage is as topical as ever. The Age of Collage Vol. 2 is a striking collection of work that ranges from subversive to museum-worthy. While some examples make explicit statements, others are gloriously Dada.Bringing disparate images and items together, collage transcends the boundaries between artistic disciplines. The traditionally analog technique has its roots in surrealism and Dada. Having effortlessly evolved to embrace digital tools and the combinatory freedom that they offer, collage is now making a promising comeback. The Age of Collage Vol.2 presents the work of more than 80 collage artists -- from established names including John Baldessari and Richard Prince to up-andcoming talents such as Lola Dupré. A follow- up to The Age of Collage, the book is a comprehensive showcase of the surprising diversity of this genre today.

Bringing disparate images and items together, collage transcends the boundaries between artistic disciplines. The traditionally analog technique has its roots in surrealism and Dada. Having effortlessly evolved to embrace digital tools and the combinatory freedom that they offer, collage is now making a promising comeback.0'The Age of Collage Vol. 2' presents the work of more than 80 collage artists - from established names including John Baldessari and Richard Prince to up-and-coming talents such as Lola Dupré. A follow-up to 'The Age of Collage', the book is a comprehensive showcase of the surprising diversity of this genre today.

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