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Roy Mcmakin

Darling, Michael

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ISBN 10: 0914357840 / ISBN 13: 9780914357841
Editorial: U.S.A.: The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 2003
Usado Condición: Fine Hardcover
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Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 2003. Hardcover boards with printed image no jacket as issued. 80 pp, 96 color & 15 b/w illustrations. This first monograph on the artist, published on the occasion of the first museum exhibition of his work, traces how his creations have evolved over the years, from the nonfunctional yet allusive sculptural works of the early 1980s; moving through the production furniture made for his Los Angeles-based company, Domestic Furniture Co.; and culminating in the "hillbilly modernist" sensibility of his present pieces. It considers his approach to materials, which ranges from the art-like, constructivist plywood furniture of his "classic" Domestic period to the exotic hardwoods he currently employs. An interesting hybrid of artist and designer, McMakin makes magic, and it's all there behind A Door Meant as Adornment. Essay by Michael Darling. 1lb 4oz 10 x 7. 5 inches. An excellent copy have a look at our photos of the actual item available for purchase. N° de ref. de la librería UBU_2015_028_Sc

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Título: Roy Mcmakin

Editorial: U.S.A.: The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Año de publicación: 2003

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Fine

Edición: 1st Edition

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A crafty master craftsman with the heart of a conceptualist, Roy McMakin makes furniture that pokes fun at itself and renovates historic houses to challenge archetypes. A sculptor, conceptual artist, and furniture maker, his clients have ranged from Lisa Eisner and Tommy Lee Jones to the Getty Museum's Los Angeles offices. This first monograph on the artist, published on the occasion of the first museum exhibition of his work, traces how his creations have evolved over the years, from the nonfunctional yet allusive sculptural works of the early 1980s; moving through the production furniture made for his Los Angeles-based company, Domestic Furniture Co.; and culminating in the "hillbilly modernist" sensibility of his present pieces. It considers his approach to materials, which ranges from the art-like, constructivist plywood furniture of his "classic" Domestic period to the exotic hardwoods he currently employs. An interesting hybrid of artist and designer, McMakin makes magic, and it's all there behind A Door Meant as Adornment.

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Roy McMakin was born in 1956 in Lander, Wyoming. His work has been shown in solo exhibitions at galleries in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Seattle, and in group shows at such institutions as The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art; the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum; and the Cincinnati Art Museum. He lives and works in Seattle.

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