2 edition of Carl Andre, Hollis Frampton found in the catalog.
Carl Andre, Hollis Frampton
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Carl Andre is the overall-clad sculptor whom many historians consider a defining figure in the development of Conceptual and Minimalist art. Legend claims that Andre began his current practice after his close friend Frank Stella called the wooden castoffs of a project sculptural objects as well; Andre has also said that Constantin Brancusi was an instrumental influence. 2 Dialogues (Nova Scotia Series: Source Materials of the Contemporary Arts) by Carl Andre, Hollis Frampton Pages, Published by Nova Scotia College Of Art And Design Pr ISBN , ISBN:
Hollis Frampton Timeline - Born Hollis William Frampton Jr. on March 11 (to Nellie Cross Frampton and Hollis William Frampton) in Wooster, Ohio, USA: "I was the first and only child of the marriage. At that time my father was working in a strip coal mine for a dollar and fifteen cents a day. It was one of the two bottom years of the. PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF HOLLIS FRAMPTON. This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist. From the Catalogue: It was in when Carl Andre made his foray onto the New York art scene by befriending some of the key members of the emerging Minimalist circle, such as Hollis Frampton and Read more.
As Hollis Frampton’s photographs and celebrated experimental films were testing the boundaries of “the camera arts” in the s and s, his provocative and highly literate writings were attempting to establish an intellectually resonant form of discourse for these critically underexplored fields. Carl Andre and Hollis Frampton, 12 Dialogues, –, ed. Benjamin H.D. Buchloh (Halifax: Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, ), p. foremost practitioners supplied him with firsthand experience of its technical.
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12 Dialogues: [Andre, Carl and Hollis Frampton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 12 Dialogues: 12 Dialogues: Andre, Carl and Hollis Frampton: : Books5/5(1). Andre's early wood sculptures show the influence of Brancusi, Carl Andre he had met through their mutual friend Hollis Frampton when a student in the early s.
Then towards the end of that decade he shared a studio with Frank Stella and their conversations led to rapid development in his work, when he began using a radial saw to shape his sculptures.
His most well known writings were published in in a book called 12 Dialogues, in which Andre and Frampton took turns responding to one another at a typewriter using mainly poetry and free-form essay-like texts.
Andre's Concrete Poetry has exhibited in the USA and Europe, a comprehensive collection of which is in the collection of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. search books. Advanced Search The 12 Dialogues signed first edition Paperback Halifax and New York.
by Art - Andre, Carl and Hollis Frampton. Halifax and New York: Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, This copy SIGNED by Carl Andre. Signed by Author. (Inventory #: ) $ 00 add to cart or. Author of Carl Andre, Cuts, and Carl Andre-Hollis Frampton, Twelve Dialogues, /5(2). Andre's early wood sculptures show the influence of Brancusi, who he had met through their mutual friend Hollis Frampton when a student in the early s.
Then towards the end of that decade he shared a studio with Frank Stella and their conversations led to rapid development in his work, when he began using a radial saw to shape his sculptures. Catalogue Essay It was in when Carl Andre made his foray onto the New York art scene by befriending some of the key members of the emerging Minimalist circle, such as Hollis Frampton and Frank Stella.
Carl Andre, Hollis Frampton: 12 Dialogues - Andre, Carl Artists' books. «Page. New York CARL ANDRE SCULPTUREWhitechapel Art Gallery, London Carl Andre WOOD, Van Abbe Museum Eindhoven CARL ANDRE HOLLIS FRAMPTON 12 DIALOGUESedited and annotated by Benjamin H.
Buchloh – The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and New York University Press – ISBN bd., ISBN 0. Hollis William Frampton, Jr. (Ma – Ma ) was an American avant-garde filmmaker, photographer, writer, theoretician, and pioneer of digital was best known for his innovative and non-linear structural films that defined the movement, including Lemon (), Zorns Lemma () and (), as well as his anthology book, Circles of Confusion: Film, Photography.
Andre, Carl. and Buchloh, B. and Frampton, Hollis. 12 dialogues, / Carl Andre, Hollis Frampton ; photographs by Hollis Frampton ; edited and annotated by Benjamin H.
Buchloh Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and New York University Press Halifax, N.S Australian/Harvard Citation. Andre, Carl. Living in Lower Manhattan, his circle of friends included Hollis Frampton and the painter Frank Stella, both of whom had also attended Phillips Academy.
Frampton introduced Andre to the poetry and essays of Ezra Pound, and it was through Pound that Andre became increasingly interested in the work of the sculptor Constantin Brâncuși.
Carl Andre; Hollis Frampton; B H D Buchloh Publisher: Halifax, N.S.: Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design ; New York: New York University Press, Excerpted from "Carl Andre Hollis Frampton 12 Dialogues ", published by the Press of Nova Scotia College of Art and Design & New York University Press with the assistance of Parasol Press in Carl Andre is featured in Edition: Guest Editor, Bryan Leitgeb.
Hollis Frampton, Carl Andre’s childhood friend, (he, along with Sol LeWitt, is acknowledged in a number of the poems), commented briefly on the artist’s writing in a catalogue essay: “That words have spatial and plastic qualities along with their sonorous and associative properties, was a discovery that exfoliated systematically in.
Author: Carl Andre; Hollis Frampton; B H D Buchloh: Publisher: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design ; New York, New York:. On the Camera Arts and Consecutive Matters. The Writings of Hollis Frampton. Hollis Frampton.
On the Camera Arts and Consecutive Matters: The Writings of Hollis Frampton by Frampton, Hollis and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at g: Carl Andre. Carl Andre, Hollis Frampton. 12 Dialogues Andre, Carl Artists' books.
«Page. Hollis Frampton (American, ). Untitled (Portrait of Carl Andre), Gelatin silver print, sheet: 7 3/8 x 7 3/8 inches ( x cm). Untitled (Portrait of Carl Andre), gelatin silver print. sheet: 7 3/8 x 7 3/8 inches ( x cm) Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. Gift of Marion Faller, View Ileana Sonnabend; D.; Carl Andre; and Hollis Frampton, from Purple Series by Frank Stella sold at Editions & Works on Paper on New York Auction 25 October Learn more about the piece and artist, and its final selling price.
Lot | The following work comes from the estate of Hollis Frampton, the noted filmmaker and photographer, who was a good friend of some of the most important artists of the 's, including Frank Stella and Carl Andre. Throughout the 's, Frampton photographed Andre's work extensively, maintaining a photographic archive, and a voluminous correspondence.