Ann Mandelbaum Thin Skin

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Edited by: Prof. Peter Weiermair Texts by: Victoria Combalia, Dr. Beate Ermacora, Annett Reckert, Prof. Peter Weiermair German September 2005, 144 Pages, 73 Ills. Hardcover 310mm x 255mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-1655-0
New, previously unpublished works by Ann Mandelbaum, one of the most interesting and fascinating Surrealists post Surrealism.

Ann Mandelbaum's multimedia approach combining photography, sculpture, and video, makes her work one of the most convincing, authentic positions in contemporary surrealism today. She explores the experiences of her own body, its fantastic reality, and the psychophysical fate she has experienced. This is the third book to feature the work of New York artist Ann Mandelbaum (*1945). In it, she relates and compares casts of body parts made in recent years, fragments of reality reinterpreted in her photographs, and the microorganisms she has invented and collected in display cases. (English edition ISBN 978-3-7757-1708-3) Exhibition schedule: Canal de Isabel II, Madrid, October 7-December 4, 2005 · Kunsthalle Göppingen, February 26-April 9, 2006 · Kunstmuseum Mülheim an der Ruhr, August 11-October 1, 2006