Sue De Beer
Sue De Beer, David Frankel, Simon WatsonISBN: 0976704005;
Artist Sue de Beer has cited Proust's influence on her oeuvre, particularly the great author's work "The Captive," which in achingly beautiful prose recounts a young man's encounter with human limitation in the quest to truly know his girlfriend--the object of his obsession. This premiere edition in the Emerging Artists Book Series, by New York's Downtown Arts Projects, is an enlightening monograph that captures the heart of de Beer's work. Photographs, video stills, and installation shots convey expressions of time and memory. They aim to move us with their confluence of hope, desire, and shifting identity. Extensive full-color as well as black-and-white illustrations are paired with thematic essays by contemporary writers and curators, in addition to early critical writings. Sue de Beer is an exciting debut in a series that promises to champion the finest emerging visual artists appearing in the United States today. Essay by Shamim Momin. Texts by Trinie Dalton, Jens...
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