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People in Trouble Laughing Pushed to the Ground

@ Broomberg & Chanarin

9781907946042

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Broomberg & Chanarin

Adam Broomberg (born 1970, Johannesburg) and Oliver Chanarin (born 1971, London) are artists living and working in London and Berlin. Together, they explore the concepts of violence, authority and politics, sometimes through the prism of religion as in Holy Bible . Photo: © ICP
  • Publisher's presentation: "Dodo is the catalogue of an exhibition of the same name by artists Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin. The exhibition originated with the discovery of unreleased material from the motion picture Catch-22 (1970) in the storerooms of Paramount Picture. Filmed on a coastline in Mexico, which more closely resembled the Sicily of...

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  • .One copy available.Holy Bible, by Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin was one of the sensations of 2013, one of the most discussed books of that year, and selected in many "best of" lists.This book was for instance shortlisted for the "Book of the Year" award in the "Paris Photo / Aperture Foundation Awards".The books looks like a real Bible, and...

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  • .One copy available.Publisher's presentation: "Scarti di avviamento is the technical term for the paper that is fed through the printing press to clean the drums of ink between print runs. This by-product is usually destroyed once the book is printed. But in this case the 'scarti' – Italian for scraps - were saved and safely stored away by publisher Gigi...

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  • Publisher's presentation : "Collier Schorr’s latest book 8 Women presents work which spans from the mid-nineties to the present. Schorr’s earliest works utilised appropriated adverts from fashion magazines to address issues of authorship and desire; the works introduced a female gaze into the debate about female representation. Appropriation was Schorr’s...

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  • Publisher's presentation: "An Archeology of Fear and Desire is an attempt to recontextualise Israel as place and metaphor, exploring longing, belonging and exclusion. Frédéric Brenner follows up his opus Diaspora with a visual essay about Israel, a land of devouring myths in which constructs-- social and religious--perpetuate a tyranny of roles, which...

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