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Iñaki Bonillas: J. R. Plaza Archive (Christoph Keller Editions) epub

by Luigi Amara,Sarah Demeuse,Ekaterina Álvarez,María Minera,Iñaki Bonillas


Iñaki Bonillas: J. R. Plaza Archive (Christoph Keller Editions) epub

ISBN: 3037642475

ISBN13: 978-3037642474

Author: Luigi Amara,Sarah Demeuse,Ekaterina Álvarez,María Minera,Iñaki Bonillas

Category: Photo

Subcategory: Individual Artists

Language: English

Publisher: JRP

Pages: 126 pages

ePUB book: 1129 kb

FB2 book: 1751 kb

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Iñaki Bonillas: J. R. Plaza Archive.

Iñaki Bonillas: J. Text by Luigi Amara, Michel Blancsubé, Sarah Demeuse, Rubén Gallo, Veronica Gerber, Claudio Isaac, Lorena Marron, Tom McDonough, Dieter Roelstraete, Ivan Ruiz. In 2003, Mexican artist Iñaki Bonillas (born 1981) began to incorporate his grandfather’s photographic archive into his own work. This volume assembles various theoretical and literary digressions by writers, philosophers and poets, on 20 of the works that Bonillas has generated through the archive

Art and the City Iñaki Bonillas Yvette Brackman A Public Art Project J. Plaza Archive Systems and Scenarios .

Art and the City Iñaki Bonillas Yvette Brackman A Public Art Project J. Plaza Archive Systems and Scenarios artists: Ai Weiwei, Bettina Pousttchi, Charlotte Posenenske, Christian Jankowski, Doug Aitken, Frank Stella, Fred Sandback, Hamish Fulton, Lara Almarcegui, Los Carpinteros, Manfred Pernice, Martin Creed, Matias Faldbakken, Matt Mullican, Oscar Tuazon, Paul McCarthy, Roe Ethridge, San Keller, Taiyo Onorato/Nico Krebs, Valentin Carron, Yona.

Conceptualised as a kind of catalogue raisonné, .

In 2003, Mexican artist Iñaki Bonillas introduced the photographic archive belonging to his grandfather, José Rodríguez Plaza, into his work. Conceptualised as a kind of catalogue raisonné, . Plaza Archive sets out to assemble a series of theoretical and literary digressions by a number of writers, philosophers, and poets, on 20 of the works that Bonillas has created from the material of this archive – a vast collection of images.

Iñaki Bonillas (born 1981 in Mexico City) is an artist living and working in Mexico City. His recent work is based on the photographic archive of his grandfather . In 2007 he participated in a group exhibition at Claremont Museum of Art. In Mexico, he is represented by kurimanzutto. Estancia FEMSA, Casa Luis Barragán, Mexico City, Mexico. BORCHs Butik, Copenhagen, Denmark. 2014 The Idea of North. ProjecteSD, Barcelona, Spain.

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In 2003, Mexican artist Iñaki Bonillas (born 1981) began to incorporate his grandfather’s photographic archive into his own work. This volume assembles various theoretical and literary digressions by writers, philosophers and poets, on 20 of the works that Bonillas has generated through the archive.