James turrell exhibition catalogue essay

Published in conjunction with exhibition at the Pomona College Museum of Art, January 23 April 11, 2010 Curated by Kathleen Howe Edited by Kathleen Howe and Rebecca McGrew Essay by Kathleen Howe Foreward by James Turrell Catalogue design by Lausten& Cossutta Design 11" x 7. 5"48 pages ISBN# James Turrell Museum Exhibition Catalogues, Monographs, Artist's Projects, Curatorial Writings and Essays" As a tool for pushing back the frontiers of perception and instilling knowledge of the phenomenal world, light is for James Turrell not a vehicle for information, but is in and of itself information: 'My works are not a looking at, but a James Turrell's retrospective at the Guggenheim, his first exhibition in New York since the 1980s, presents an unprecedented sitespecific investigation into the perceptions of light, color and space, transforming the iconic rotunda into As Kim explains in the accompanying exhibition catalogue, By 1969 James Turrell began to create immersive environments known as Wedgeworks and Veils that use architecture itself to frame light and directly address a viewers perception.

. The exhibition catalog, distributed by Yale University Press, includes a foreword by James Turrell and essays by Maibritt Borgen, Jason DeBlock, Orgeman, Carol Snow and Zinman that explore lumias dialogue with science, technology, abstraction and the moving image. It is available in the museum store (45). The James Turrell: A Retrospective book was published in conjunction with the exhibition James Turrell: A Retrospective at LACMA.

This comprehensive book illuminates the origins and motivations of James Turrell's incredibly diverse and exciting body of work from his Mendota studio days to his monumental workinprogress Included in this publication is an interview with James Turrell by Michael Govan, Director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, an essay by EC Krupp, astronomer and Director of the Observatory, Los Angeles, as well as discussions on Turrells works.

This exhibition was curated, as was the catalogue organized and edited, by the the curators introductory essay and in a text that provides a synthesis of various James Turrell, born in Los Angeles, California, in 1943, describes himself as a

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