7 edition of Catherine Opie found in the catalog.
September 1, 2006
by Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert Fitzpatrick (Foreword), Catherine Opie (Photographer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
About this Item: Walker Art Center January , Trade Paperback. Condition: Used - Good. Since the late s, Catherine Opie's interest in the motif of the visual road trip has resulted in photographs that sumultaneously document and question the self-constructed identities of the people and places that characterize America. Catherine Opie investigates the ways in which photographs both document and give voice to social phenomena in America today, registering people’s attitudes and relationships to themselves and others, and the ways in which they occupy the landscape. At the core of her investigations are perplexing questions about relationships to community, which she explores on multiple .
"Not long before she passed away in at Elizabeth [Taylor] opened up her surprisingly cozy six-bedroom, six-bath LA house to photographer Catherine Opie. The spectacular results can be found in the new book and exhibition named after the actress' Bel Air address, Nimes Road And while the space is every bit as stunning as Pages: Acclaimed artist Catherine Opie is at the top of her field, with numerous shows this winter and a recently published book, ‘ Nimes Road,’ featuring the gowns, shoes and jewelry that Opie.
Photographer Catherine Opie is a master of portraiture, but not for mastering traditional photography skills – for pushing them harder and further than many other photographers have done before. Beginning her career in the early 90s, Opie has shot everything from leather-clad lesbians in San Francisco’s underground fetish scene, to butch play, drag kings and queens, Author: Lexi Manatakis. Catherine Opie is a photographer and photography professor at UCLA. Her work includes portrait series and American urban landscapes that range in format from large-scale color works to smaller black-and-white prints. Moving from the territory of the body to the framework of the city, Opie’s various photographic series are linked together by a.
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If Ms. Catherine Opie worked for six months in Nimes Road and took around photographs, where are the good ones. Having the opportunity of inmortalize for the first time Ms. Taylor's interior mansion, Ms.
Opie missed a great chance to show a formidable book of art. I would not buy the book under no circumstances. Not even in Strand Books/5(70). The book is absolutely wonderful and I wish I could go to NY to see the show.
The book contains photos, however, that are not in the show and so that makes it special. Catherine Opie is a wonderful photographer with a unique eye. This thorough retrospective covers her Cited by: 2. Opie is best known for her subtle but potent portraits of people from the queer communities of Los Angeles and San Francisco.
In this This comprehensive new exhibition catalogue, published to accompany the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum's major mid-career survey of Catherine Opie's work, is the first to gather all of the artist's key projects to /5. Catherine Opie, All-American Subversive.
Opie’s parents bought her a starter camera when she was in fourth grade, after she did a book report on Lewis Hine, who took startling portraits of. Catherine Opie was born in Sandusky, Ohio.
At eight years old she wrote a school book-report on the photography of Lewis Hine and was moved by his appetite for social reform. "Hine was able to change the law through his images of child labour and I got very attached to the idea of what those pictures could do. Catherine Opie is an influential contemporary American photographer.
View Catherine Opie’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available photographs, prints and multiples, and sculpture for sale and learn about the ality: American.
Installation view of Catherine Opie: Keeping an Eye on the World Henie Onstad Art Center, Oslo, Norway October 6, – January 7, Catherine Opie was born in Sandusky, Ohio in Opie investigates the ways in which photographs both document and give voice to social phenomena in America today, registering people’s attitudes and relationships to themselves and others, and the ways in.
Catherine Opie raised eyebrows with her early s studio portraits of gay, lesbian, and transgendered men and women associated with California’s sadomasochist leather subculture. Most jarring were two self-portraits showing self-inflicted wounds, respectively forming a child-like image of a house and two women holding hands (Cutting, Nationality: American.
After the presidential election, the artist Catherine Opie began cutting up magazines and collecting images of political import: photographs of guns, senators, baby seals on shrinking ice caps.
In this monograph, Catherine Opie juxtaposes a new series of intimate and political photographs, In and Around Home, with images from her pre-millennial road trip, Both of these contrasting takes on iconic American subjects, through the landscape and snapshot forms, are political in nature, representing as they do the perspective of a gay artist, mother and activist/5(8).
Catherine Opie was born in Sandusky, Ohio. At eight years old she wrote a school book-report on the photography of Lewis Hine and was moved by his appetite for social reform.
"Hine was able to change the law through his images of child labour and I got very attached to the idea of what those pictures could ality: American. Catherine Opie was born in Sandusky, OH in and received her B.F.A. from San Francisco Art Institute and a M.F.A.
from California Institute of the Arts. Sinceshe has been a professor of photography at the University of California, Los Angeles.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held at the Museum, Oct. 5, Feb. 8, "Catherine Opie's urban landscape photographs--a series of forty views of Los Angeles-area freeways done in and a recently completed group of works chronicling strip mall buildings along the commercial streets of Los Angeles.
Catherine Opie Justin Bond Shown in 2 exhibitions Exhibition history Making sense: contemporary LA photo artists, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 11 Feb –13 May Hold still: the photographic performance, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 12 May –29 Jul Referenced in 1 publication.
Photographer Catherine Opie, artist A.L. Steiner, and MOCA Curator Lanka Tattersall discuss Opie’s career from her beginnings as a social documentary photographer to her most recent and most. Catherine Opie counts such documentary photographers as Eugene Atget, August Sander, Berenice Abbott, Walker Evans, Lewis Hine, and Dorothea Lange among her greatest historical influences.
In fact, she described herself in a Los Angeles Times article as a “kind of twisted social documentary photographer.” Long before earning her MFA at the California Institute of. FROM THE BOOK "Empty and Full combines two new major bodies of work by artist Catherine Opie.
The first is photographs of sunrises and sunsets taken aboard a Korean container ship on its transpacific journey from Korea to California--evocative, meditative images that capture the sense of time and space in the sky and sea. InMarcel Duchamp published Rotoreliefs, a manifestation of his interest in optical illusions and mechanical art.
Catherine Opie and Regen Projects, Los Angeles It is some measure of how widely difference has since soaked into the culture that the portraits have a milder effect today. To accomplish this, Opie ensures that the atmosphere in the studio is as calm and neutral as possible.
This is important not only in making her subjects feel at ease, but also to make sure that the resulting photographs (particularly her most recent series, shot over the last five years) do not aim to expose the essence of a person, but rather seek to create an intimate .Get this from a library!
Catherine Opie: American photographer. [Catherine Opie; Nat Trotman; Russell Ferguson; Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation.; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.] -- "This exhibition catalogue, published to accompany the Solomon R.
Guggenheim Museum's major mid-career survey of Catherine Opie's work, is the first to gather all of the artist's key projects to. Artist Catherine Opie says swamps are beautiful Artist Catherine Opie in her Los Angeles studio.
In a new series of works, the artist explores the nature of : Carolina A. Miranda.