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Alakazam

Artist
Jonathan Monk
Date
2014
Format
Artists' Books
Genre
Contemporary Art,
Description

British-born artist Jonathan Monk lives and works in Berlin. Based in conceptualism, Monk’s body of work poses questions about the meaning of art from a formal standpoint, yet in such a way as to engage a certain curiosity and childlike playfulness. Published in conjunction with a solo exhibition at CAC Málaga, this catalogue opens with a reflective essay by Jesús Palomino that shows how the starting point for Monk’s work allows for an experience of communication and encounter, and how it searches for a human touch far from the formal rigidity and conceptual aridity often inherent to this approach. Numerous images of artworks and installation views complete the volume.

128 p, ills colour & bw, 22 × 25 cm, pb, Spanish/English

  1. Alakazam
 

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