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Item Number: 112953
Author: Montejo Navas, Adolfo (ed)
Price: Not Available
ISBN: 9788881587995
Description: Milano: Charta, 2011. 27cm., hardcover, 200pp., 126 illus., 114 in color. Spanish-English text. Summary: This volume on Regina Silveira maps the artist’s trajectory from 1996 until today, focusing on her interest in the relations between art, architecture, and urban space, as a sign of contemporaneity, through site-specific works, urban interventions, permanent installations, public works, and other registers, and is the first publication for international release that conveys Silveira’s oeuvre in a comprehensive and contemporary way. It consists of a central essay by the volume’s editor, Adolfo Montejo Navas, a text by Arlindo Machado about the relations between art and technology in the artist’s oeuvre, as well as a recent interview conducted by Dan Cameron, plus two artist statements about aspects of her poetics. To these ends, the book is organized as a visual essay, with more than 100 images and a complete, up-to-date chronology and bibliography.

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