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by Gilles Godmer,John W. Locke

Download Jana Sterbak: From Here to There, Venice Biennial 2003 ePub
  • ISBN 2551217555
  • ISBN13 978-2551217557
  • Language English
  • Author Gilles Godmer,John W. Locke
  • Publisher Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal (August 2003)
  • Pages 196
  • Formats azw rtf lit lrf
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Other Media
  • Size ePub 1498 kb
  • Size Fb2 1583 kb
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A major figure in contemporary art for the past 20 years, Jana Sterbak has developed a complex corpus of work which, while intellectual in inspiration, has emerged from the usual confines of artistic interest to provoke large-scale public debate. Since the creation of her controversial Vanitas: Flesh Dress for an Albino Anorexic, Sterbak has always touched a nerve.

Sterbak’s video installation, "From Here to There" is comprised of a micro-camera, wireless image/sound transmission, multiple screens and a terrier named Stanley. A dog’s eye view of the City of the Doges is ample evidence of the artist’s sardonic wit, but as always with Sterbak, the real purpose lies elsewhere. In English, French and Italian.


A major figure in contemporary art for the past 20 years, Jana Sterbak has developed a complex corpus of work which, while intellectual in inspiration, has emerged.

A major figure in contemporary art for the past 20 years, Jana Sterbak has developed a complex corpus of work which, while intellectual in inspiration, has emerged. ISBN13:9782551217557. Release Date:June 2003.

A dog's eye view of the City of the Doges is ample evidence of the artist's sardonic wit, but as always with Sterbak, the real purpose lies elsewhere.

Varying Form of Title: From here to there. Publication, Distribution, et. Montréal Sterbak, Jana. Personal Name: Locke, John W. Montréal. Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, (c)2003. Physical Description: 189 p. : ill. (some co. ;, 25 cm. General Note: Catalogue of an exhibition organised by the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal and held at the Canadian Pavillion as part of the 50th Venice Biennale, Italy, June 15-Nov. Corporate Name: Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal.

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2003 From here to there, Biennale di Venezia, Venezia. 2003 La Biennale di Venezia : 50th International Art Exhibition, Dreams & Conflicts - The Viewer's Dictatorship. 2002 Jana Sterbak, Malmö Konsthall, Mälmo; Haus der Kunst, München. 2002 Jana Sterbak, Barbara Gross Galerie, München. 2002 Jana Sterbak: Photopractice, Art Gallery of Subdury, Subdury. 2002 La lune à l’école, École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris.

The 51st Venice Biennale, held in 2005, was an exhibition of international contemporary art. The Venice Biennale takes place biennially in Venice, Italy. Prizewinners included Barbara Kruger (lifetime achievement), the French pavilion with Annette Messager (best national representation), Thomas Schütte (best in International Exhibition), and Regina José Galindo (best young artist).

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Gilles Godmer, John W. Locke.

A major figure in contemporary art for the past 20 years, Jana Sterbak has developed a complex corpus of work which, while intellectual in inspiration, has emerged from the usual confines of artistic interest to provoke large-scale public debate. A dog’s eye view of the City of the Doges is ample evidence of the artist’s sardonic wit, but as always with Sterbak, the real purpose lies elsewhere. Gilles Godmer, John W.