Tabaimo is one of the most successful and original figures on the Japanese art scene. This book, published to accompany the exhibition at the Fondation Cartier in Paris, invites readers to discover this artist's world through the exploration of three video installations: Japanese Commuter Train (2001), Haunted House (2003) and Midnight Sea (2006). These works reveal the violence of everyday situations in an apparently gentle manner, playing upon the transition between the normal and abnormal, imperceptibly shifting from commonplace scenes of everyday life to deeply enigmatic, fascinating and often disturbing situations.
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Katthy Cavaliere (1972–2012) had a lifelong project of packing, storing and transporting the wreckage of her personal possessions and transforming it into art. Exorcising the past as a waking dream,...
Stieg Persson: History Painting
Considers the moral dimension of painting. The works tackle some of the ethical conundrums of our time by communicating certain attitudes to contemporary events. These works eschew postmodernist irony, or...
Famed for his 24-Hour Psycho, Scottish-born, New York-based artist Douglas Gordon (born 1966) is one of the most influential video and film artists of his generation. Produced in close collaboration...