Hand:Work - Lenart, Branko
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This selection from Branko Lenart's wide-ranging oeuvre presents a collection of art work produced from 1975 to 2012. But even if much of this work is known from other compilations and different contexts, many items suddenly bear new titles, thus introducing current, topical dimensions of content. The "Hand:Works" are largely conceptual, but they project an additional meta-level of meaning through the portrayal of people, topographies, texts, as well as the memories of their original contexts, combining them to form a new whole. A striking feature of these pictures is the method of holding…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This selection from Branko Lenart's wide-ranging oeuvre presents a collection of art work produced from 1975 to 2012. But even if much of this work is known from other compilations and different contexts, many items suddenly bear new titles, thus introducing current, topical dimensions of content. The "Hand:Works" are largely conceptual, but they project an additional meta-level of meaning through the portrayal of people, topographies, texts, as well as the memories of their original contexts, combining them to form a new whole. A striking feature of these pictures is the method of holding something in view of the camera or of bringing something into the photograph which extends into the periphery, the off, as it were. This allows the photographer to stand behind the camera and, at the same time, become a visible part of the motif.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Edition Keiper
  • Seitenzahl: 120
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. Juni 2018
  • Deutsch, Englisch
  • Abmessung: 305mm x 248mm x 6mm
  • Gewicht: 1060g
  • ISBN-13: 9783903144545
  • ISBN-10: 3903144541
  • Artikelnr.: 51945431
Autorenporträt
Lenart, Branko
Geboren am 15. 6. 1948 in Ptuj, Slowenien. 1954 Emigration nach Österreich. 1968 Mitglied des Forum Stadtpark, Graz. 1972-1978 Lehramtsstudium in Graz. 1980 Artist-in-Residence am Apeiron Workshops, Millerton, N.Y. Studienaufenthalte in La Rochelle, Arles, Oxford, Rom, Paris, London, USA und Israel. Mitbegründer und Obmann (1994 - 2007) des Artikel-VII-Kulturvereines/Pavelhauses. 2001 Mitarbeit am Projekt Grenz.Räume/Last Journey mit Inge Morath, Wanderausstellung und Buch (Vorwort Arthur Miller), Prestel Verlag 2003. Lehrauftrag für Fotografie an der Höheren Bundeslehranstalt für Kunst und Design, Graz (1979-2007) sowie an der Fachhochschule Joanneum, Graz (1996-2003). Ausstellungsbeteiligungen in Europa und Nordamerika seit 1968, Einzelausstellungen seit 1970. Seit 2013 Verfasser von autobiografischen Textcollagen und Reiseberichten. Arbeitet und genießt das Leben als Grenzgänger zwischen Graz und Piran. Born June 15, 1948 in Ptuj, Slovenia. Emigrated with the family in 1954 to Graz, Austria. 1968: joined of the avantgarde art association Forum Stadtpark, Graz. 1972-1978: conducted teacher training in Graz. 1980: Artist-in-Residence at Apeiron Workshops, Millerton, N. Y. Study visits to La Rochelle, Arles, Oxford, Rome, Paris, London, USA and Israel. Founding member and chairman (1994-2007) of the Artikel-VII-Cultural Society/Pavel House. 2001: cooperated in the Last Journey, with Inge Morath, the creation of a travelling exhibition and a book (preface by Arthur Miller), Prestel Verlag 2003. Teaching assignments for Photography at the College of Art and Design (1979- 2007) and at the FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (1996-2003), both in Graz. Has taken part in group exhibitions since 1968 in Europe and North America. Individual exhibitions since 1970. Since 2013, the author of autobiographical text collages and travelogues. Works and lives in both Graz and Piran.

Holler-Schuster, Günther
Geboren 1963 in Altneudörfl/Steiermark.Studium der Kunstgeschichte und Volkskunde an der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz. Kurator für Moderne und Gegenwartskunst am Universalmuseum Joanneum (Neue Galerie) in Graz. Mitbegründer der Künstlergruppe G.R.A.M. Lebt meist in Graz. Born 1963 in Altneudörfl/Styria. Studies in Arthistory and European Ethnologie at the Karl-Franzens-University of Graz. Curator for Modern and Contemporary Art at the Universalmuseum Joanneum (Neue Galerie) in Graz. Co-Founder of the Artists Collective G.R.A.M. Lives most of the time in Graz.