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STIFF

Hans van Houwelingen vs. Public Art

Max Bruinsma [ed.]

€25.00

STIFF

Hans van Houwelingen vs. Public Art

Max Bruinsma [ed.]

€25.00

Art / Special offer / Theory

ISBN

90-75380-14-3 / 978-90-75380-14-9

Graphic designer

Office of CC

Number of pages

336

Book size

20 x 25 cm

Binding

Hardcover

In 2004, the monograph STIFF. Hans van Houwelingen vs. Public Art was published by Artimo. This Autumn Jap Sam Books will publish the new book Hans van Houwelingen:UNDONE We have decided together with the artist to distribute the remaining copies of STIFF. You can order a copy of this book for € 25,- directly at our publishing house.

As artist in public space, Hans van Houwelingen comments art, public life and cultural politics with each work he makes.

This monograph, edited by Max Bruinsma, documents a dozen or two works, each representing a careful analysis of the contexts, with which it has to come to terms and from which it derives its 'raison d'être'.

Three essays cover the broad range of cultural discourses Hans van Houwelingen evokes, from the social and cultural backgrounds of Dutch public art described by Bram Kempers, via a comparison with international positions on art in public space over the last few decades by Stefan Schmidt-Wulffen, to an in-depth analysis of the art-theoretical implications of Van Houwelingen's work by Sjoukje van der Meulen. In addition, a choice of critical texts by Van Houwelingen summarises his provocative and inquisitive stance vis-à-vis art in public space.

Richly illustrated, this book not only offers an overview of Hans van Houwelingen's work, but also of a decade of discourse on art in public space.