From Arkhipov to Zittel: Selected Ikon Off-site Projects 2000-2001 ebook
by Deborah Kermode
Art exhibits are considered off-site if they are presented outside the traditional venues of museums, art galleries or other cultural institutions. From Arkhipov to Zittel: Selected Ikon Off-Site Projects 2000 - 2001. Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.
Art exhibits are considered off-site if they are presented outside the traditional venues of museums, art galleries or other cultural institutions. This does not necessarily mean the work is uncurated, or created outside of an institutional collaboration. Artwork may be shown off-site simply because it is site-specific work. But more specifically the term implies a project that is considered too avant-garde or too unconventional to be shown in a gallery situation.
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According to Kermode, off-site projects ar. Kermode, Deborah; Watkins, Jonathan (2002).
According to Kermode, off-site projects are. .by their very nature artistic gestures that have continuity with non-art environments, art that circumvents gallery space - usually detached and abstract - and goes straight to a public that often has little or no direct experience of art, thus democratizing aesthetic opportunities. Coulter-Smith, 2008. Coulter-Smith, Graham (February 2, 2008). Does Anything Go? From Arkhipov to Zittel".
From Arkhipov to Zittel: Selected Ikon Off-Site Projects 2000 – 2001, Birmingham, England: Ikon Gallery, 2002. The Collections of the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH: Cincinnati Art Museum, 2002. Uta Grosenick and Ilka Becker, Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Century, Köln, Germany: Taschen, 2001. Robert Storr, Art 21: Art in the 21st Century, New York: Harry Abrams, In. 2001 (accompanied by a 2 video box set produced by PBS Home Video) Lars Bang Larsen, Uta Grosenick, and Burkhard Riemschneider, Art Now: Icons, Köln, Germany: Taschen, 2001
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Selected Ikon off-site projects 2000-2001. Publication, Distribution, et. Birmingham, . Ikon Gallery, (c)2002. Physical Description: 69 p. : col. ill. ;, 30 cm. General Note: Catalog of selected off-site art projects by various artists, curated by the Ikon Gallery, 2000-2001 in Birmingham, England. General Note: "Deborah Kermode, curator (off-site programme), Jonathan Watkins, director" P. 5. Personal Name: Kermode, Deborah. Personal Name: Watkins, Jonathan, 1957-. Corporate Name: Ikon Gallery.
Deborah Kermode was unfortunately unable to give her presentation but this freed up well needed time for discussion .
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