In 'The Shift' Marta Gnyp takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the world of contemporary art. While analyzing the motives and behavior of internationally operating collectors, it explains the current popularity of contemporary art and discloses the unwritten rules, active networks, and persistent myths of the rapidly expanding territory of art collecting.
‘Bread (and other paintings)’ is the first extensive catalogue on Brian Harte’s work. Alongside many reproductions of the artist’s recent paintings the book includes a foreword by David Harrison, an interview with the artist by Diana Copperwhite and an essay by Arie Amaya-Akkermans.
This book presents a concentrated look at Kour Pour’s artistic output from 2001 to 2019. From intricately painted decorative canvases to large scales abstractions, Pour creates vivid works drawn together from global traditions of art.
A densely illustrated and extensive monograph on the New York–based artist Gina Beavers (b. 1978, Athens) including essays by Ellen Blumenstein, Colby Chamberlain, Naomi Fry and Marta Gnyp. Beavers creates paintings that reflect on contemporary society by appropriating pictures uploaded on social media and translating them to her heavy texturized paintings.
In her 3rd book Marta Gnyp leads in-depth interviews with several renown artists about the challenges of contemporary art.
Does a masterpiece still have meaning today? Does it make sense to still use this concept at all? The Dutch art historian and art theoretician Frank Reijnders presents his theoretical considerations about the subject.
This catalogue of Kour Pour’s exhibition „Samsara“, the artist’s solo debut, includes reproductions of all works in display alongside with some installation views and an essay by Nicola Ricciardi.
With more than 90 illustrations, this artist’s book presents works and ideas of the American artist Zachary Armstrong conceived in 2015 and 2016.
In her The Shift Marta Gnyp takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the world of contemporary art. While analyzing the motives and behavior of internationally operating collectors, it explains the current popularity of contemporary art and discloses the unwritten rules, active networks, and persistent myths of the rapidly expanding territory of art collecting.
Briefly but inspiringly, Marta Gnyp analyses the fascinating phenomena that has influenced and shaped the context in which contemporary artists produce their artworks and present them to the public and collectors. In exclusive and personal interviews the author reflects with artists about some of the most important questions of contemporary art.
Based on Marta Gnyp’s Art History PhD research, this book gives some profound and specific insights into today’s world of collecting.
This first representative catalogue of Susumu Kamijo includes an interview with the artist and more than 40 pictures.
Alternating pictures from Zachary Armstrong's studio with detail photographs of his work, this is a peek into Armstrong’s universe and artistic process.