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Lawrence Weiner: AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE 1960-2007 (Whitney Museum of American Art) Hardcover – December 28, 2007
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About the Author
Ann Goldstein is senior curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Donna De Salvo is chief curator and associate director of programs at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Kathryn Chiong is an art history doctoral candidate at Columbia University. Liam Gillick is an artist based in London and New York. Edward Leffingwell is a New Yorkbased curator and writer. Dieter Schwarz is director of the Kunstmuseum Winterthur, Switzerland. Gregor Stemmrich is professor of art history, School of Fine Art, Dresden.
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This volume is extremely well organized and illustrated. The 11"x11" format lends itself nicely to present illustrations. The catalog articles are written on 8.5"x11" page format leaving ample margins for references which are occur next to the primary text making them extremely convenient to follow.
I would like to note especially the Kathryn Chiong's paper: "SYMPATHY FOR LAWRENCE WEINER (ONE PLUS ONE)". This is fine piece of art criticism not to be missed. This makes the work of Lawrence Weiner much more palatable, beautifies it and makes it relatively acceptable for me. Just mere fact that Weiner's work could motivate Ms. Chiong to produce such splendid work of art criticism shows to me Weiner's work value.
I am glad to own this catalog as an example of a publication as an art form, standing on its own and, sometimes, surpassing the work of the artist it intended to document.