Allan Chasanoff ceramic collection

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Mint Museum of Craft + Design , Charlotte, N.C
Chasanoff, Allan -- Art collections -- Exhibitions, Art pottery -- 20th century -- Exhibi
StatementMary F. Douglas, curator and general editor ; with contributions by Garth Clark ... [et al.].
ContributionsDouglas, Mary F., Clark, Garth, 1947-, Mint Museum of Craft + Design.
LC ClassificationsNK3712.N6 A4 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination224 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22981591M

"Published in conjunction with the exhibition, 'Selections from the Allan Chasanoff ceramic collection, ' held November 4, at the Mint Museum of Craft + Design in Charlotte, North Carolina.". Allan Chasanoff Ceramic Collection Douglas, Mary F. (ed.), with contributions by Garth Clark, Carol E.

Mayer, Barbara Perry, Todd D. Smith Allan Chasanoff ceramic collection book E. Michael Whittington Published by Mint Museum of Craft+Design (). Drawn from a major collection given to the Gallery by Allan Chasanoff, B.A.Odd Volumes showcases a selection of experimental and innovative works of book art from the s to the present.

This student-curated exhibition considers the transformation of books into sculptural objects from multiple perspectives: the history of book art, the relationship between form and content, and the interaction.

Allan continues to collect. Most important is the book art collection which comprises of over pieces of mainly sculptural pieces which utilize the book itself as raw material to investigate the nature of the codex book under pressure by the computer age.

Allan Chasanoff began collecting book art in the early s, with the guidance of artist and collection curator Doug Beube. Chasanoff’s interest in this area derives from a broader preoccupation with media, and specifically with the book as a form of media that is “under pressure.” “The main reason for the book art collection was the loss of power—the singular power—of the book,” he.

--First card. Accompanying booklet contains essays by Charles H. Traub, Vince Aletti and Anne W. Tucker. Accompanying book entitled: The Allan Chasanoff photographic collection / compiled and researched by Maggie Olvey and Suzanne Williamson contains reproductions of each of the 1, photographs in the Chasanoff collection.

Yu Chen Cheng '17 created this video after visiting Yale Art Museum's exhibit "Odd Volumes: Book Art from the Allan Chasanoff Collection. The text in the video is. Lee’s Volumes is simultaneously bold and subtle and endlessly fascinating.

She has taken familiar objects and used them in a new way to create something totally unique. By doing this, Lee beckons viewers to revisit the familiar and reacquaint themselves with it. press & publications. featured. artwork feature in marie-claire maison. odd volumes: book art from the allan chasanoff collection.

book art: iconic sculptures and installations made from books. the art of the book open book: an international survey of experimental books. - Explore donrkelly's board "clay artist: Victor Spinski", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Clay, Ceramics and Artist pins.

What makes the objects in “Odd Volumes: Book Art From the Allan Chasanoff Collection” at the Yale University Art Gallery interesting is the contemporary approach to. Catalogue published in conjunction with the exhibition "Selections from the Allan Chasanoff Collection" at the Mint Museum of Craft and Design, North Carolina.

Contains colour illustrations of work and contributions from Garth Clark, Carol E. Mayer, Barbara Perry, Todd D. Smith and E. Michael : Mary F. Douglas. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for A Tradition and the Unpredictable: The Allan Chasanoff Collection at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

Interview with Allan Chasanoff by Vince Aletti and Anne W. Tucker. black-and-white and four-color plates.

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/8 x /8 x /8 inches. Condition. New in publisher's shrink-wrap. Description. A uniquely designed, extraordinary publication of an eclectic collection of unusual works by many of photography's most influential artists.

A Tradition and the Unpredictable book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A Tradition and the Unpredictable book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A Tradition and the Unpredictable book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

From Booklist Allan Chasanoff, on whose collection this absorbing album draws, is particularly fond of unaltered photographs that resist immediate recognition.

Such images, because photography is a two-dimensional medium, confuse the eye’s three-dimensional perception. At least initially, one doesn’t know precisely what one is looking at/5(3).

Allan Chasanoff Photographic Collection () Photographs by Latin American Artists () Helen Williams Drutt Collection of Contemporary Studio Jewelry (). Douglas, Mary. Allan Chasanoff Ceramic tte, NC: Mint Museum of Craft+Design, Jerome, Sara.

"Thanks for the Memories.” American Style, August. The Chasanoff/Elozua "Amazing Grace" Collection at the Library of Congress comprises over 3, published recorded performances of the hymn "Amazing Grace" by different individual musicians or musical ensembles.

The collection was compiled by Allan Chasanoff. The Allan Chasanoff Photographic Collection InNew York–based collector Allan Chasanoff donated to the Museum nearly 1, 20th-century photographs by Ansel Adams, Richard Avedon, Bill Brandt, Brassaï, Lee Friedlander, Jan Groover, André Kertész, William Klein, Aaron Siskind, Josef Sudek, Garry Winogrand, Joel-Peter Witkin, and many other well- and lesser-known artists.

Upon graduating she established and operated a studio in Alfred, NY. During that period her work was selected and purchased for Permanent Collections by the Smithsonian American Art Museum/Luce Foundation, D.C.

and the Mint Museum’s Allan Chasanoff Ceramic Collection of Charlotte, NC. Chasanoff’s copy of the book is part of a collection of “book art” he began aggregating in that has grown to works.

The theme of his collection is “the artist and the new ‘disrespect’ he had in opposition to the older cultural devotion to the integrity of the book” (email from Chasanoff to Alan Liu, 5 December ). Interview with Allan Chasanoff by Vince Aletti and Anne W.

Tucker. black-and-white and four-color plates. See details - Tradition and the Unpredictable: The Allan Chasanoff Photographic Collection. Cindy Kolodziejski (born in Augsburg, Germany) is a contemporary ceramic artist living and working in Venice, has been showing her work in solo and group exhibitions since in the United States, Europe, and Asia, and is represented in public.

Mint Museum of Craft and Design; Allan Chasanoff Ceramic Collection; Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC Nelson, Glenn, and Burkett, Richard; Ceramics: A Potter's Handbook ; Harcourt College Publishers; Allan Chasanoff Book Art Collection Yale Art Gallery, MA, USA.

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I Works Twist Angel and Hurricane. II Cultural Warriors. III World Buddha Project. IV Book Faces and Reading and Meeting (Conference). PhD Candidate in Film & Media Studies and African American Studies “A History of African American Studies at Yale University” Episode #5 Guests: Professors Hazel Carby, Gerald Jaynes and Robert Stepto Listen on iTunes _____ “Odd Volumes: Book Art from the Allan Chasanoff Collection” Ashley James PhD Candidate in English and African.

CT (un)Bound presents selections from the Yale University Art Gallery’s Allan Chasanoff Book Art Collection, gathered from the s to the present, alongside eight new commissions conceived and produced in for the galleries at Artspace. The historic Collection re-envisions the book as sculpture, and serves as both counterpoint and inspiration for the new works.

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[ ]. The Arts of the Book Collection, part of the Special Collections at the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, strives to document the many trends in the wide-ranging field of book arts. One such trend comprises artists who challenge the traditional codex format with unexpected sculptural renderings.

Yet, these works often preserve other conventions of the book, such as narrative. Clark, Garth Overview. Works: works in publications in 2 languages library holdings (Book) Viewpoint, ceramics Grossmont College, Spring, (Book) The Dada ball (Book) The scholar's eye: the Garth Clark Allan Chasanoff ceramic collection by Mint Museum of Craft + Design.

Drawn from the highly respected collection of Allan Chasanoff, the photographs in this intriguing volume confront viewers with the challenge of doubt and confusion in so-called “straight” pictures. Featured are perceptually provocative images by Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Clarence John Laughlin, Imogen Cunningham, and Lee Friedlander, among others.He has exhibited widely and is included in collections such as the National Gallery of Canada, the National Library of Canada, MOMA(NYC), the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the Toronto Archives, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and the Allan Chasanoff Collection of Artist's Books (Yale University).Released on: Novem His work can be found in public and private collections around the world, including The Allan Chasanoff Collection at Yale University, the Bibliothèque nationale du Québec, the Messner Mountain Museum in Bolzano, Italy, the Musée national des Beaux-arts du Québec, and the Special Collections at both Bowdoin College in Maine and at Michigan.