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INNER CONSTELLATIONS

78,00 

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di Maïmouna Guerresi

INNER CONSTELLATIONS. Maïmouna Guerresi Photographs

  • Inner Constellations is the first book by one of the world’s leading female photographers
  • Original approach to fashion and faith make Inner Constellations one of the most significant collections to be published in 2015
  • Focus on contemporary Islamic culture in Africa provides new look at a little-known world. Provides a powerful look at the presentation of women in the Islamic faith
  • Sumptuous production includes four-page gatefold
  • Introduction by Andi Potamkin, co-owner of Kasher|Potamkin, a high-profile Chelsea (NY) art gallery

She’s been referred to as the “Sufi Frida Kahlo.” Maïmouna Guerresi is a photographer, whose work sometimes incorporates sculpture, video, and installation art. Her unique style combines Afro-Asian themes and symbolism with the traditions of Western classical iconography. This unique mélange incorporates cultural and religious influences, and fusion of different artistic languages.

Her meticulously composed and highly impactful photographs include veiled figures that symbolise the body as a sacred building, as the “temple of the soul,” a modernist style reminiscent of some traditional Madonnas of classical art. The costumes are made of fabrics that she has collected in travels in Africa or Asia.

The book is composed of ten chapters, ranging from “Light Signs: Frontiers Between the Known and Unknown” to “The Giants: Dark Faces of the Great Spirit Guides” through photographs that are totally distinctive in terms of creating environments that are fantastic and ethereal and unlike the work of any other photographer working today.

– with contributions by Michet Krifa, Andi Potamkin and Rosa Maria Falvo

> Patrizia Maïmouna Guerresi is an Italian born multimedia artist working with photography, sculpture, video and installation. Graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, Maïmouna turned to photography after a period of experimentation with painting and drawing. Early in her career she was invited to show in the Italian pavilion at the Venice Biennale (1982 and 1986), the Rome Quadrennial (1986), as well as at Documenta K18 (1987) in Kassel, Germany. Over the last two decades, her art has focused on empowering women and exhibiting a context of universal human values and conditions that is situated beyond psychological, cultural, and political borders. Her large scale images offer a unique perspective on the relationship between women and society, with particular reference to places where women are most marginalised, especially focusing on North African and South Asian countries. Maïmouna has been extensively exhibited in solo and curated shows all over Europe, America and now India, and the Middle East. These include a 1999 solo show at the Foundation Mudima in Milan, where she made a large exhibition with video installations and photographs at a time when Islam was an emerging area of discursive interest; a 2009 solo exhibition at the National Museum of Bamako in Mali during the Biennial of African Art in Bamako, her first show in Africa; a group show with artists from the Middle West and Africa at the Stux, New York, in 2010; a solo show in Fez, Morocco, 2011; group shows in 2011 at the Boghossian Foundation in Brussels, Belgium and the KIASMA Museum in Helsinki, Finland; and her shows in India and Bangladesh. She was also invited to participate once again, in the 54th edition of the Venice Biennale in 2011. She lives between Verona, Milan, and Dakar.

Veste editoriale: Cartonato con Sovraccoperta
Formato: 23,5×33,3
Pagine: 240
Immagini a colori: 136
Lingua: GB
Anno: 2015

ISBN: 9780990380887

INNER CONSTELLATIONS

78,00 

1 disponibili

di Maïmouna Guerresi

INNER CONSTELLATIONS. Maïmouna Guerresi Photographs

  • Inner Constellations is the first book by one of the world’s leading female photographers
  • Original approach to fashion and faith make Inner Constellations one of the most significant collections to be published in 2015
  • Focus on contemporary Islamic culture in Africa provides new look at a little-known world. Provides a powerful look at the presentation of women in the Islamic faith
  • Sumptuous production includes four-page gatefold
  • Introduction by Andi Potamkin, co-owner of Kasher|Potamkin, a high-profile Chelsea (NY) art gallery

She’s been referred to as the “Sufi Frida Kahlo.” Maïmouna Guerresi is a photographer, whose work sometimes incorporates sculpture, video, and installation art. Her unique style combines Afro-Asian themes and symbolism with the traditions of Western classical iconography. This unique mélange incorporates cultural and religious influences, and fusion of different artistic languages.

Her meticulously composed and highly impactful photographs include veiled figures that symbolise the body as a sacred building, as the “temple of the soul,” a modernist style reminiscent of some traditional Madonnas of classical art. The costumes are made of fabrics that she has collected in travels in Africa or Asia.

The book is composed of ten chapters, ranging from “Light Signs: Frontiers Between the Known and Unknown” to “The Giants: Dark Faces of the Great Spirit Guides” through photographs that are totally distinctive in terms of creating environments that are fantastic and ethereal and unlike the work of any other photographer working today.

– with contributions by Michet Krifa, Andi Potamkin and Rosa Maria Falvo

> Patrizia Maïmouna Guerresi is an Italian born multimedia artist working with photography, sculpture, video and installation. Graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, Maïmouna turned to photography after a period of experimentation with painting and drawing. Early in her career she was invited to show in the Italian pavilion at the Venice Biennale (1982 and 1986), the Rome Quadrennial (1986), as well as at Documenta K18 (1987) in Kassel, Germany. Over the last two decades, her art has focused on empowering women and exhibiting a context of universal human values and conditions that is situated beyond psychological, cultural, and political borders. Her large scale images offer a unique perspective on the relationship between women and society, with particular reference to places where women are most marginalised, especially focusing on North African and South Asian countries. Maïmouna has been extensively exhibited in solo and curated shows all over Europe, America and now India, and the Middle East. These include a 1999 solo show at the Foundation Mudima in Milan, where she made a large exhibition with video installations and photographs at a time when Islam was an emerging area of discursive interest; a 2009 solo exhibition at the National Museum of Bamako in Mali during the Biennial of African Art in Bamako, her first show in Africa; a group show with artists from the Middle West and Africa at the Stux, New York, in 2010; a solo show in Fez, Morocco, 2011; group shows in 2011 at the Boghossian Foundation in Brussels, Belgium and the KIASMA Museum in Helsinki, Finland; and her shows in India and Bangladesh. She was also invited to participate once again, in the 54th edition of the Venice Biennale in 2011. She lives between Verona, Milan, and Dakar.

Veste editoriale: Cartonato con Sovraccoperta
Formato: 23,5×33,3
Pagine: 240
Immagini a colori: 136
Lingua: GB
Anno: 2015

ISBN: 9780990380887

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