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|Statement||Daina Augaitis ; with essays by Cuauhtémoc Medina ... [et al.] ; and the artist in dialogue with Simon Starling.|
|Contributions||Jungen, Brian., New Museum of Contemporary Art (New York, N.Y.), Vancouver Art Gallery., Musée d"art contemporain de Montréal.|
|LC Classifications||N6549.J86 A4 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005048443|
Brian Jungen was born in Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada in He draws from his family’s ranching and hunting background, as well as his Dane-zaa heritage, when disassembling and recombining consumer goods into whimsical sculptures. Jungen transforms plastic chairs into whale skeletons, garbage bins into a giant turtle carapace. At Catriona Jeffries Gallery until May A new face on totems of leisure and prestige. Fifteen months ago, at the time of his acclaimed solo show at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Brian Jungen.
Accompanying the texts are spectacular reproductions of Jungen's most acclaimed works, including many new works created in and Brian Jungen is an authoritative volume on one of Canada's most fascinating new artists."--Pub. description. "In full-colour images, this book is the first to chronicle the oeuvre of one of North America's most compelling young artists. To complement the art there are essays from five internationally respected curators plus an interview with the artist himself. Daina Augaitis offers an introduction and overview of Brian Jungen's diverse works.
Brian Jungen (Book): Winner of the inaugural Sobey Art Award in , Canada's largest prize given to an artist under the age of 40, Brian Jungen has been acclaimed for producing evocative work that transforms ubiquitous consumer items into inventive sculptural forms, often linking his First Nations heritage to issues of cultural identity and the global economy. This visually stunning book . What do deep freezers, auto parts and animal hides have in common? According to artist Brian Jungen, these items are used extensively in Indigenous communities across Northern Canada. He recognizes these materials as being “part of the vocabulary of the community” and are therefore fitting source materials for his sculpture, Moon, on view now as part of Brian Jungen .
The Papers of Michael Tuomey
Washing, cleaning, and polishing materials
wealth of Britain, 1085-1966
Searching land titles in South Carolina
Irish house prices: will the roof cave in?.
The Mermaids of Chenonceaux
Kenneth Noland, recent paintings
Bridge across the Hudson River at Stillwater, N. Y.
National Drinking Water Advisory Council
bloody buoy, thrown out as a warning to the political pilots of America, or, A faithful relation of a multitude of acts of horrid barbarity, such as the eye never witnessed ... until the French Revolution
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Born in the remote northern. Brian Jungen book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Winner of the inaugural Sobey Art Award inCanada's largest prize 4/5(2). Ebook Design by ARTBOOK | DIGITAL Brian Jungen is perhaps best known for his Prototypes for New Understanding (), a series of reproduction Northwest Coast Aboriginal masks made from disassembled athletic shoes.
The book provides an overview of the career of the artist Brian Jungen, consisting of essays by Daina Augaitis and four other notable curators — Cuauhtémoc Medina, Ralph Rugoff, Kitty Scott, and Trevor Smith.
The text also includes a transcript recording a series of discussions in between Brian Jungen and British artist Simon Starling, [ ]. Brian Jungen transforms the familiar and banal into exquisite objects that engage themes of globalization, pop culture, museums, and the commodification of Indian imagery.
Brian Jungen by Brian Jungen. Publication initially published Brian Jungen book print on the occasion of the exhibition Brian Jungen at Witte de With, 2 Dec to 11 Feb Toggle navigation. Browse Gift Certificates DRM-Free Books Newsletters Feedback.
Brian Jungen (born Ap in Fort St. John, British Columbia) is an artist of Dane-Zaa and Swiss ancestry living and working in the North Okanagan of British Columbia. Working in a diverse range of two and three dimensional materials "Jungen is widely regarded as a leading member of a new generation of Vancouver artists".
While Indigeneity and identity politics have Education: Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. Brian Jungen, artist (born 29 April in Fort St.
John, BC). One of the most highly regarded Canadian artists of his generation; Brian Jungen has received international attention for his elaborate assemblages and installations that draw inspiration from his experience of post-industrial consumerism and his own First Nations heritage.
Biography Best known for depicting traditional First Nation objects—like totems and masks—using ordinary objects such as golf bags and Nike Air Jordan sneakers, Brian Jungen fuses his interest in contemporary issues like consumerism with his Dane-zaa ality: Canadian.
Brian Jungen Friendship Centre is an in-depth exploration of this internationally acclaimed artist’s approach to sculpture and the largest exhibition of his work to date. He has repeatedly worked with existing consumer products, reassembling them to make potent new forms.
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Born in the remote northern community of Fort St. John, British Columbia to an Indigenous mother and a Swiss-Canadian father, Brian Jungen’s dual heritage often provides the themes and.
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Thank you for your patience. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Brian Jungen was educated at the Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design, Concordia University and the Banff Centre for the Arts.
He lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia, and exhibits internationally. This book was published in partnership with the Vancouver Art Gallery. Brian Jungen, Arts and Crafts Book Depository / Capp Street Project, architectural model (scale of Greene and Greene's Gamble House) made of plywood sectioned into 4 quadrants, locking castors, bookshelves, 2 framed glass cabinets with electrical source and lighting unit, hand-made fabric pillows for seating benches, video monitor, ongoing.
One Man’s Trash is Brian Jungen’s Treasure Transforming everyday items into Native American artwork, Jungen bridges the gap between indigenous and mass cultures Brian Jungen. Brian Jungen is an authoritative volume on one of Canada’s most fascinating new artists.
Brian Jungen was educated at the Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design, Concordia University and the Banff Centre for the Arts. He lives and works in Vancouver. This visually stunning book —a limited-run edition signed by the artist—showcases the achievements of this compelling artist.
With more than full-color images, including many of the installations in Strange Comfort, the book is a sumptuous celebration of one of North America’s most innovative artists.
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Artist Brian Jungen is seen in the midst of Friendship Centre, an installation of his sculptures assembled as a basketball court, at the Art Gallery of .