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Polaroids

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Description

Attila Richard Lukacs is a leading and controversial artist, best known for his epic paintings of masculine, homoerotic imagery of gay skinheads and military cadets. For over 20 years, the iconic Polaroid picture has played a vital role in his practice. This monograph presents a unique perspective on Lukacs' work through 1,200 Polaroid images taken by the artist himself over the past 20 years. Polaroid images have always served as a core referent in his paintings, but they are here presented as a captivating body of work in their own right.

Author Biography

Attila Richard Lukacs is an internationally recognized artist who has exhibited at Documenta in Kassel, Germany, as well as in New York, Paris, Cologne, and Montreal. He is the subject of the 2004 feature documentary Drawing Out the Demons. He has lived in Berlin and New York; he currently lives in Vancouver, Canada. Michael Morris's art career includes work with Vincent Trasov as part of the Morris/Trasov Archive; his art is housed in institutioins including the National Gallery of Canada and the Museum of Modern Art. He lives in Vancouver, Canada.
Release date Australia
November 1st, 2010
Contributors
By (artist) Michael Morris By (artist) Richard Attila Lukacs
Country of Publication
Canada
Imprint
Arsenal Pulp Press
Pages
176
Dimensions
335x425x13
ISBN-13
9781551522951
Product ID
3869005

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