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eBook Tauba Auerbach: How To Spell the Alphabet ePub

by Tauba Auerbach

  • ISBN: 0977868605
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Tauba Auerbach
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Deitch Projects; n Second printing edition (March 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1293 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1727 kb
  • Other: lrf doc mbr rtf
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 413

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Tauba Auerbach (born 1981 in San Francisco, California) is a visual artist working across many disciplines including painting, artists' books, photography, and sculpture.

Tauba Auerbach (born 1981 in San Francisco, California) is a visual artist working across many disciplines including painting, artists' books, photography, and sculpture. Her work "operat in the gap between conceptual art, abstraction and graphic art". She lives and works in New York. Auerbach was born and grew up in San Francisco, California as the daughter of theater designers and graduated from Stanford University with a . in Visual Art in 2003.

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In her first solo exhibition, How To Spell The Alphabet, at New Image Art, Los Angeles, CA (2005), Auerbach showed a series of text-based drawings that explored various linguistic systems including calligraphy, Morse code, semaphore signals, the Ugaritic alphabet and Alexander Melville Bell's visible speech. During the course of her time working as a sign painter, her focus.

Tauba Auerbach is a visual artist working across many disciplines including painting, artists' books, photography .

Tauba Auerbach is a visual artist working across many disciplines including painting, artists' books, photography, an. .Engaging a variety of media, ranging from painting and photography to book design and musical performance, Auerbach explores the limits of our structures and systems of logic (linguistic, mathematical, spatial) and the points at which they break down and open up onto new visual and poetic possibilities". lt;/p

At 31, the American artist Tauba Auerbach has carved out an intriguing niche for herself in the art world, one . And just underneath it is Tauba Auerbach’s.

At 31, the American artist Tauba Auerbach has carved out an intriguing niche for herself in the art world, one that sits somewhere between the fields of science, craft, maths and aesthetics. Her ingeniously analytical work has a manic precision that’s the perfect foil for the languid beauty of Tauba herself. Andre, known for minimalist floor arrangements of bricks and metal plates that confounded and enraged the general public in the 1960s, was born in 1935. Auerbach was born in 1981.

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2018 INDUCTION: Tauba Auerbach and Eliane Radigue, MOCA . 2005 How to Spell the Alphabet, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles, California.

2017 Hard to Define: Artists’ Books from the Collection, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, . 2005 4 Squared, Motel, Portland, Oregon.

How arbitrary are the marks, analog and digital, used to express language, and where do they begin to muck it all up? This first book from Tauba Auerbach, Yes and Not Yes features over 20 new paintings and drawings that spring from those questions. They offer an excellent if roundabout answer: while letters are largely arbitrary, they are rich with abstract beauty and conceptual depth. In razor-sharp execution--which reveals her training as a sign painter--Auerbach's works on panel and paper update the abstract conceptual tradition, while retaining its intellectual rigor. Uppercase Insides and Numeral Insides recall Russian Suprematism, and, upon further contemplation, turn out to be just what their titles call them. Works based on signal flags and the Ugaritic Alphabet--an extinct language from Syria, 1300 B.C.--confirm that puzzlement is part of the desired effect here. Where direct exchange between sign and meaning is impossible, the beauty of the symbol comes to the fore.