Exhibition Publications

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Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place,1958-2010

  • Yasmil Raymond and Philippe Vergne

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780300191714

  • hardcover

  • 400 pages, fully illustrated

  • 2014

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Texts by Christophe Cherix, Manuel Cirauqui, Brooke Holmes, Vincent Katz, Marjorie Perloff, Arnauld Pierre, Yasmil Raymond, Alistair Rider, Anne Rorimer, Phyllis Tuchman, Philippe Vergne, and Mika Yoshitake. Published by Dia Art Foundation in association with Yale University Press. Edited by Michelle Piranio and Jeremy Sigler.

 

Jean-Luc Moulène : Opus + One

An extensive publication accompanies Jean-Luc Moulène’s exhibition, Opus + One with contributions by exhibition curator Yasmil Raymond and Dia director Philippe Vergne, art historians Corinne Diserens, Briony Fer and Thomas McDonough, poet Manuel Joseph, and artist Jalal Toufic.

 

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster: Chronotopes & Dioramas

  • Text by Lynne Cooke, Enrique Vila-Matas

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521571

  • softcover

  • 128 pages

  • June 30, 2010

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Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster's project offered an annex to the world renowned research library at the Hispanic Society of America.

 

Francis Alÿs: Fabiola: An Investigation

  • Bann, Morgan, Cooke, etc.

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780300139167

  • softcover

  • 289 pages

  • 2008

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Alÿs's collection of Fabiola portraits, numbering in the hundreds and painted by amateurs and professionals alike, is the focus of this intriguing book. Not only does it examine the artist's exploration of collecting practices, but the publication also offers an unusual window into aesthetic, sociological, and anthropological values of the past century.

 

Joan Jonas: The Shape, the Scent, the Feel of Things

  • Karen Kelly & Lynne Cooke

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521540

  • softcover

  • 70 pages

  • 2006

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This catalogue documents the Joan Jonas performance—The Shape, the Scent, the Feel of Things—which responds to German art historian Aby Warburg's essay about his visit to the American Southwest. It includes Jonas's artist statement, scene by scene descriptions with photos, a conversation between Joan Jonas and Jason Moran (who had composed music for the performance), and an essay by Lynne Cooke, curator of the Dia Art Foundation.

 

Dia's Andy: May 2005–April 2006

  • Text by Michael Govan, Lynne Cooke and Liz Kotz

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521526

  • softcover

  • 103 pages

  • 2005

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Publication accompanying Dia:Beacon's special exhibition,Dia's Andy: Through the Lens of Patronage, on view from May 2005 to April 2006. Dia's Andy, a magazine inspired in part by the design of Interview includes texts by and interviews with Warhol, facsimiles of early reviews of Warhol's works and exhibitions, texts focusing on the work included in the exhibition, and a new essay by art historian Liz Kotz on Warhol's A: A Novel.

 

Alfred Jensen: Concordance

  • Edited by Karen Kelly

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521434

  • hardcover

  • 110 pages

  • 2003

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"Alfred Jensen's art is significant, not because it is a representative signpost of art historical progression, but because it is almost uncategorizable in its uniqueness." Preface by Michael Govan, with essays by Lynne Cooke, David Anfam, Michael Newman, and Maria Reidelbach.

 

Robert Whitman: Playback

  • Text by David Joselit, George Baker, Ben Portis and Lynne Cooke

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521465

  • hardcover

  • 206 pages

  • 2003

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"Due to the unusual ephemeral nature of most of Whitman's oeuvre, relatively little of it is easily accessible to us today; Playback has therefore involved the artist extensively in restoring and reconstructing works. The exhibition and the book are the product of a six-year effort, some of it nearly archaeological, to rehabilitate aged film and outdated equipment into an exhibitable form as the artist intended it." This book comes with a DVD including The American Moon, Flower, Prune Flat, and an interview with the artist as well as commentary on the films.

 

Diana Thater: Knots + Surfaces

  • Edited by Karen Kelly with essays by Lynne Cooke and Akira Lippit

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521427

  • hardcover

  • 48 pages

  • 2002

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This publication focuses on Thater's multiprojection video installation in Dia's third-floor gallery. Includes texts by Lynne Cooke, Akira Mizuta Lippit, Italo Calvino, Umberto Eco, and Adam Frank.

 

Thomas Schütte: Scenewright, Gloria in Memoria

  • Essays by Lynne Cooke, Michael Govan, Getrud Sandqvist and Susan Stewart

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521403

  • hardcover

  • 144 pages

  • 2002

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Curator Lynne Cooke designed the exhibition in three parts over eighteen months, ranging from some of the artist's earlier projects to a group of new sculptures created especially for the Dia show. In the same way, this book has been conceived with multiple critical perspectives focused on each of the three chapters of the exhibition. Contains essays by Lynne Cooke, Alexander Kluge, Jan Avgikos, Susan Stewart, Gertrud Sandqvist, and Thomas Schütte.

 

Double Vision: Stan Douglas and Douglas Gordon

  • Text by Lynne Cooke, Neville Wakefield

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521373

  • hardcover

  • 128 pages

  • 2000

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With essays by Lynne Cooke, Sianne Ngai, and Nancy Shaw, and Neville Wakefield. This book focuses on two works, Stan Douglas's Win, Place, or Show and Douglas Gordon's left is right and right is wrong and left is wrong and right is right, which comprised the exhibition.

 

Juan Muñoz

  • Text by Lynne Cooke and Michael Govan

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521397

  • hardcover

  • 64 pages

  • 1999

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Exhibition catalogue to Muñoz's 1996–97 installation A Place Called Abroad.

 

Tracey Moffatt: Free-Falling

  • Text by Lynne Cooke

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521366

  • hardcover

  • 80 pages

  • 1998

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Documenting an exhibition at Dia by Tracey Moffatt, Free-Falling, October 9, 1997–June 14, 1998. Contents: Preface by Michael Govan; "Only Angels Have Wings" by Isaac Julien with Mark Nash; "A Photo-Filmic Odyssey" by Lynne Cooke; and "Dust" by Sam Shepard.

 

Richard Serra: Torqued Ellipses

  • Text by Lynne Cooke, Michael Govan and Mark Taylor

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521359

  • softcover

  • 80 pages

  • 1997

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The extraordinary installation of the Torqued Ellipses by Richard Serra at Dia from September 25, 1997–June 14, 1998, is captured in this exhibition catalogue. Black and white photos document the ellipses as they are created at a steel mill in Baltimore and transported to and installed at Dia in New York. Photos of the models used for the finished pieces and reproductions of Serra's drawings give insight into the initial conception of the pieces. The interview with the artist by Lynne Cooke and Michael Govan concerns the concept and production of the Torqued Ellipses. Mark Taylor's essay documents Serra's development as a sculptor.

 

James Coleman: Projected Images 1972–94

  • Coleman, Fisher & Buchloh

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521311

  • softcover

  • 112 pages

  • 1995

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This is a catalogue of the exhibition James Coleman: Projected Images: 1972–1994. Essays by Lynne Cooke, Jean Fisher and Benjamin H.D. Buchloh. Texts in English and German.

 

Jessica Stockholder: Your Skin in This Weather Bourne-Eye Threads

  • Stockholder, Cooke, etc.

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521335

  • hardcover

  • 64 pages

  • 1995

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Documenting an installation by Jessica Stockholder with essays by Lynne Cooke, Michael Govan, Ann Lauterbach, Jessica Stockholder, and Lynne Tillman. Richly illustrated, including a pop-up collage by Stockholder.

 

Worlds Envisioned: Alighiero E Boetti & Frederic Bruly Bouabre

  • Edited by Bice Curiger. Contributions by Ramon Alejandro. Text by Lynne Cooke

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521328

  • hardcover

  • 104 pages

  • 1995

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This book is the catalogue for the exhibition Worlds Envisioned by Alighiero e Boetti and Frederic Bruly Bouabre, on view at Dia, 548 West 22nd Street, New York, October 6, 1994–June 25, 1995.

 

Robert Gober

Edited by Karen Marta. With 18 color plates and an essay by Dave Hickey, this book documents the site-specific project by Robert Gober at Dia, 548 West 22nd Street, September 24, 1992–June 20, 1993.

 

Ann Hamilton: Tropos

  • Cooke, Hamilton & Warner

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521274

  • hardcover

  • 150 pages

  • 1993

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Edited by Lynne Cooke and Karen Kelly. Documenting an installation by Ann Hamilton at Dia, this richly illustrated book includes essays by Lynne Cooke, Dave Hickey, Bruce Ferguson, and Marina Warner.

 

Brice Marden: Cold Mountain

  • Brenda Richardson

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • hardcover

  • 154 pages

  • 1993

  • Out of Print

This volume presents the complete series of works by Brice Marden, created between 1988 and 1992, in the context of its development through a series of sketchbook pages, drawings, etchings, and paintings.

 

Katherina Fritsch: Rat King

  • Cooke, DeChirico & Fritsch

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521267

  • softcover

  • 34 pages

  • 1993

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An essay by Lynne Cooke, documents Katharina Fritsch's exhibition at Dia, 548 West 22nd Street, April 15, 1993–June 19, 1994.

 

Bernd & Hilla Becher : Pennsylvania Coal Mine Tipples

  • Bernd & Hilla Becher

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521236

  • hardcover

  • 136 pages

  • 1991

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This book is devoted to the wooden mineheads of the eastern regions of Pennsylvania, which were photographed by Bernd and Hilla Becher in 1974-1975 and 1977-78.

 

John Chamberlain: Gondolas and Dooms Day Flotilla

  • Cooke, DeChirico & Fritsch

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • softcover

  • 47 pages

  • 1991

  • Out of Print

Exhibition of sculptures at Dia, 548 West 22nd Street, New York, April 5, 1990–March 3, 1991. Interviews with John Chamberlain by Julie Sylvester and Lawrence Weiner.

 

Lawrence Weiner: Displacement

  • Weiner & Garrels

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521229

  • hardcover

  • 112 pages

  • 1991

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Catalogue/artist book, from the exhibition Displacement at Dia, 548 West 22nd Street, New York, April 4, 1991–February 2, 1992.

 

Funerary Painting

  • Francesco Clemente

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • ISBN: 9780944521168

  • softcover

  • 14 pages

  • 1988

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Pencil and watercolor drawings after the Funerary Paintings, exhibited at Dia, 548 West 22nd Street, New York, October 7, 1988–June 18, 1989.

 

Andy Warhol: Memorial

  • Henry Geldzahler

  • Dia Art Foundation

  • softcover

  • 12 pages

  • 1987

  • Out of Print

This catalogue for a memorial exhibition in 1987 includes two brief essays from curator Henry Geldzahler.

 

Jenny Holzer: Laments

The texts printed in this book are reproductions of the original drawings for the inscriptions on thirteen stone sarcophagi installed at Dia, March 1, 1989–February 18, 1990.

 
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