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81 Jo Applin, “'This Threatening and Possibly Functioning Object': Lee Bontecou and the Sculptural Void,” Art History 29, no. 3 (June 2006): 476. Applin compares Bontecou and Saint Phalle, 486. See also her chapter on Bontecou in Applin, ...
Jo Applin, in her Eccentric Objects: Rethinking Sculpture in 1960s America, takes up Morris's distinction between the ... and Lucas Samaras to assess what she refers to as “the uncertain condition of 'sculpture',” Applin shows how artists within ...
The publication of Mercy Hospital, with a text by Jo Applin, is the first time that Applebroog’s work from this period has been documented in full.
Ambivalent and disruptive, the work of this decade articulated a radical renegotiation—rejection, even—of contemporary paradigms of sculptural practice.
Jackson Pollock was one of the most influential and provocative American artists of the twentieth century.
The work of Lee Lozano, Claes Oldenburg, LouiseBourgeois, and Eva Hesse is seen anew when considered in relation to Yayoi Kusama's.
The work of Lee Lozano, Claes Oldenburg, Louise Bourgeois, and Eva Hesse is seen anew when considered in relation to Yayoi Kusama''s.
The speakers were Jo Applin, Jill Burke, Alexandra Kokoli, Angela Dimitrakaki and Lara Perry. Participants from the University of York (Amy Tobin, Catherine Spencer, Kostas Stansinopolous) organised a subsequent session on 21 May 2013.
Jo. Applin. In 1966, British artist John Latham borrowed a copy of American critic Clement Greenberg's seminal book Art and Culture from the library at St. Martins' School of Art in London. Latham was lecturing at St. Martins' part-time and, at a ...