The first collected writings by the internationally acclaimed Swiss curator, Hans Ulrich Obrist, referred to in the art world as an “international curating machine.” Obrist, the Zelig of the art world, is best known for the 300 legendary interviews he’s conducted since 1993 with a Who’s Who of contemporary art, science, design, linguistics and architecture. He has also earned wide acclaim for his extraordinary exhibitions, which often take place in spaces not normally used as exhibition venues. Featured in this long-anticipated publication are selected prefaces from past exhibition catalogs and artists? publications, extensive magazine articles on art and architecture, and an introduction by renowned Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas.
128 pp, text only
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