Published by Skira Rizzoli / Co-Published with Elizabeth Dee, New York, 2011
Edited by Kevin McGarry. Essays by Lauren Cornell, Kevin McGarry, Linda Norden; interview with Cindy Sherman; curated by Jeffrey Deitch.
Hardcover, 21.6 x 27.9 cm, 144 pages
The first monograph of Ryan Trecartin’s extensive body of work.
Since the debut of his first feature-length video, the 2004 A Family Finds Entertainment, Ryan Trecartin (b. 1981) has been hailed as one of the most exciting artists of his generation. His movies layer the visual and the aural in virtuosic combinations of color, form, drama, and montage to produce a sublime, stream-of-consciousness effect that feels bewilderingly true to life. This volume, the first monograph on Trecartin, includes extended illustrated sections on his seven-part epic Any Ever, 2009–10, as well as I-Be Area, 2007, and A Family Finds Entertainment. A trio of essays by curators Lauren Cornell, Kevin McGarry, and Linda Norden focus on Trecartin’s repurposing of language, his open-source approach to personality and gender, and his extended amplifications of consumer culture. An interview with Trecartin by artist Cindy Sherman provides a revealing glimpse into his collaborative process.
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