Clouds are pleased to announce the release of a new book:
This book functions both as a theoretical study of painting practice – essays by Jan Bryant and Leonhard Emmerling disagreeing about the supposed purpose or operation of contemporary painting – and an exhibition catalogue, illustrating in full the wide variety of practices that made up a show of the work of painters (in the widest sense) from New Zealand, Europe and the US.
PX: Thoughts on Painting was published following the two-part PX exhibition at St Paul Street Gallery, AUT University, Auckland – A Purposeless Production: A Necessary Praxis, curated by Leonhard Emmerling, and Snow Falls on Mountains Without Wind, curated by Jan Bryant – featuring the work of the following artists:
Whitney Bedford, Richard Bryant, Amelia Harris, Dil Hildebrand, Colin Lawson, Saskia Leek, Patrick Lundberg, Michel Majerus, Fiona Macdonald, Isobel Thom, Barbara Tuck, Genevieve Allison, Guy Benfield, James Cousins, Simon Glaister, Kerstin Gottschalk, Katharina Grosse, Simon Ingram, Imi Knoebel, Tumi Magnusson, Paul McCarthy, Judy Millar, Ben Morieson, Gerhard Richter, Nedko Solakov.
Texts by Jan Bryant and Leonhard Emmerling
Designed by Tana Mitchell
Full colour and b/w reproductions
Edition: 750 - NZD$29.95
Dimensions: 210 x 145 x 10mm
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Available from selected bookshops and www.clouds.co.nz