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Californian artist Ed Templeton (born 1972) delivers up his diagnosis of the contemporary human condition in a whirlwind of present-tense imagery, filtered through photographs, paintings and drawings. Over the past decade and a half, Templeton has built an oeuvre that closely tracks his day-to-day reality, recording life in the Southern Californian suburbs, his flawed family background, his life as a professional skateboarder, his milieu, the relationship between the artist and his muse (his wife Deanna) and much else. Templeton has also drawn deeply on artists such as Egon Schiele, Balthus, David Hockney, Larry Clark and Nan Goldin; as with their work, what begins as a very personal chronicle ultimately opens out onto grander horizons--in Templeton's case, a broad meditation on the chaos and the joy of being human. The Cemetery of Reason is the first large monographic museum publication devoted to Templeton's work. Presented as a mid-career retrospective accompanying a spring 2010 exhibition at the S.M.A.K. (Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst) in Ghent, Belgium, it combines and juxtaposes works in various media from the past 15 years with new works and series, all reproduced in 260 color images, thus providing the most comprehensive overview of Templeton's work available.
Born in 1972 and raised in the Orange County suburb of Los Angeles, Ed Templeton is a professional skateboarder, co-editor of the arts magazine ANP Quarterly, photographer and artist. His work was featured in the hugely successful traveling show Beautiful Losers.
Título: Ed Templeton - The Cemetery of Reason
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Descripción SMAK, 2010. Paperback. Condición: New. First Edition, First Printing. S.M.A.K., 2010. Softcover. First Editon, First Printing. 160 pages. BOOK CONDITION: New/Fine (shrinkwrapped). In a whirlwind of images, Ed Templeton (1972, Orange County, USA) gives his audience a personal perspective on the contemporary human condition. For over fifteen years, he has been building an oeuvre that captures his day-to-day reality through photographs, paintings and drawings. Templeton's work tells the story of the life of a pro skateboarder and his milieu, the relationship between the artist and his muse, his flawed family background, life in the Southern Californian suburbs, and more. His personal chronicle ultimately serves as a mirror for a broader reflection on what it means to be human. The Cemetery of Reason is the first large monographic museum exhibition devoted to the work of Ed Templeton. Set up as a mid-career retrospective, this exhibition combines and juxtaposes works from the last fifteen years of Templeton's artistic practice with various new works and series. This publication provides a comprehensive overview of Templeton's work. Nº de ref. del artículo: 904
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