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Dan Rees : road back to relevance.

Dan Rees : road back to relevance.
Rees, Dan
Milano : Mousse Publishing, 2016

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Nomas Foundation, host institution.
139 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour); 26 cm.
The title 'Road Back To Relevance' refers to a slide presentation made by the artist in collaboration with an advertising strategist and designer that, by charting the course of a specific solidarity campaign between Wales and Nicaragua started in the 1980s, questions how pre-'clicktivist' modes of social engagement, activism, and international solidarity can remain relevant today. As Dieter Roelstraete writes in his essay contribution,?The work of Dan Rees touches upon a wide range of topics, subjects, and issues, but one dominant, recurring preoccupation doubtlessly concerns the politics of taste. Taste its cultural corollaries, its political over- and undertones, and most importantly its social sources is one of Rees's preferred problems. And where it is addressed most directly and unapologetically that is to say, in the so-called Artex paintings is exactly where his work becomes most willingly, egregiousl ?problematic.00Exhibition: Nomas Foundation, Rome, Italy (15.03.-10.06.2016).
Alternative Title
Road back to relevance
Exhibition catalogs
  • Catalog of an exhibition held at the Nomas Foundation, Rome, Italy, March-July, 2016.
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Language (note)
  • Text in English and Italian.
Teo views of Dan Rees's Work by Dieter Roelstraete -- Due letture del lavoro di Dan Rees di Dieter Roelstraete -- Re: presentation by Saim Demircan -- Ri:presentazione di Saim Demircan -- Solidarity by Ben Gregory -- Solidarieta di Ben Gregory -- Installation views, Nomas Foundation -- List of Works.
  • 9788867492176
  • 8867492179
  • on1312971954
  • 1312971954
  • SCSB-1879813
Owning Institutions
Princeton University Library