Laurel Nakadate365 Days A Catalogue of Tears

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Contributions: Rick Moody Edited by: Zabludowicz Collection Graphic Design: Malcom Southward & Mark Holt English 2011, 392 Pages, 365 Ills. Hardcover 287mm x 225mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-3268-0
| Crying as a ritual of loneliness—an inventory of an emotion

Laurel Nakadate’s work in performance, photography, and film demonstrates an unusual level of humanity, as she foregrounds vulnerability, emotion, and sensitivity with a striking level of candor. On January 1, 2010, Nakadate (*1975 in Austin) decided to cry every day for one year, documenting the action in photographs and initiating a ritual that would let her “deliberately subject herself to sadness.” The artist produced a forceful performance that addresses issues of self-reflection, portraiture, and emotion. Her photographs provide deep insight into her private life, abashing observers while at the same time arousing their compassion. Art-historical quotations or “bad images” underscore the artistic character of the scenes. Nakadate’s “catalogue of tears” makes denied emotions visible, present, palpable, and momentary. Exhibition schedule: Zabludowicz Collection, London, September 29–December 11, 2011