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#04122

cadeaugeschenkgift

Artist
Bernhard Cella
Price
$31.00
Date
2000
Publisher
Bernhard Cella
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Hardcover
ISBN
3-85266-129-3
Size
17 × 24 × 1 cm
Description

This artist book is filled with brightly coloured images of tapistries created from globalized cultural references such as airlines, tourist brochures and other logo’s. The book documents the project yet it becomes clear throughout the book that the project is part of larger process. The tapistries were donated to various international consulates. Images document the tapistries in hallways and board rooms of such government building. Cella refused any art openings or special treatment of the work, although there are several images of parties and gatherings at the consulates were the tapistries are shown in the background. This exalts an over-arching of meaning to art, and public space.

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