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Meridel Rubenstein: Belonging: From Los Alamos to Vietnam - Photoworks and Installations, Limited Edition (with Print) ebook

by Meridel Rubinstein,Terry Tempest Williams,Rebecca Solnit,Ellen Zweig,Lucy R. Lippard,Roz Driscoll,Elaine Scarry,James Crump


A selection from Meridel’s Monograph, Belonging: Los Alamos to Vietnam.

A selection from Meridel’s Monograph, Belonging: Los Alamos to Vietnam. Divided into eight distinct and interrelating chapters, Rubenstein’s artwork has argued for an awareness of how we’re connected to place. Juxtaposing unlikely ideas and highly charged materials, Rubenstein strives to bridge the ideological distances that alienate us. Projects include: The Low Riders, Critical Mass, and Joan’s Arc/Vietnam.

Meridel Rubenstein has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the Bunting Institute at. .

Meridel Rubenstein has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the Bunting Institute at Harvard University, awards from the National Endowment of the Arts, as well as the Pollock-Krasner and the Rockefeller Foundations. She was educated at Sarah Lawrence College in New York and did special graduate studies at . with the eminent photographer, Minor White.

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by Meridel Rubenstein. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780975330203. Release Date: November 2004. Publisher: Saint Ann's Press.

Meridel Rubenstein: Belonging. Introduction by Terry Tempest Williams. Meridel Rubenstein mixes mediums and metaphors to make art about our tenuous connection to place

Meridel Rubenstein: Belonging. Essays by Lucy Lippard, Rebecca Solnit, and James Crump. Meridel Rubenstein mixes mediums and metaphors to make art about our tenuous connection to place. Originally trained as a photographer, she combines disparate materials such as earthy palladium prints with cold steel mounts, transparent photographic imagery sandblasted onto glass, video imagery projected onto cast glass, and digital still imagery on floating vellum and hand-coated tree bark papers.

Meridel Le Sueur (February 22, 1900, Murray, Iowa – November 14, 1996, Hudson, Wisconsin) was an American writer associated with the proletarian literature movement of the 1930s and 1940s. Born as Meridel Wharton, she assumed the name of her mother's second husband, Arthur Le Sueur, the former Socialist mayor of Minot, North Dakota. Le Sueur, the daughter of William Winston Wharton and Marian "Mary Del" Lucy, was born into a family of social and political activists

Meridel Rubenstein was educated at Sarah Lawrence College in New York and did special graduate studies at.

Meridel Rubenstein was educated at Sarah Lawrence College in New York and did special graduate studies at . with the renowned photographer, Minor White. from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, in 1974/1977. She has maintained a studio in Santa Fe since 1975.

by Meridel Rubinstein, Terry Tempest Williams, Rebecca Solnit and Ellen Zweig (2004). Movies about Meridel: My People Are My Home

Meridel Rubenstein mixes mediums and metaphors to make art about our tenuous connection to place.

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Are you sure you want to remove Meridel Rubenstein from your list? Meridel Rubenstein. by Meridel Rubenstein, James Crump, Lucy Lippard. Published November 2, 2004 by St. Ann's Press.

From the publisher: "Meridel Rubenstein mixes mediums and metaphors to make art about our tenuous connection to place. Originally trained as a photographer, she combines disparate materials such as earthy palladium prints with cold steel mounts, transparent photographic imagery sandblasted onto glass, video imagery projected onto cast glass, and digital still imagery on floating vellum and hand-coated tree bark papers. A sense of fragility, transparency, and passage in her works underscores a possibility for change. Her complex narrative photoworks and installations derive from a sense of place, personal and collective history, and myth-the landscape of the cultural mind.~Nine intersecting bodies of work compose this book. The Lowriders is a series of color photographs of the customized cars owned by Latinos from northern New Mexico. Critical Mass is a collaborative work about the making of the first bomb at Los Alamos. The intersecting of the world of the Native American and the Nuclear Scientist is told through the story of one woman who they met. Oppenheimer's Chair is a meditation on nature and the shedding of defensive postures after 50 years of the cold war. Also included is a series that stems from Rubenstein's 1997 trip to Vietnam, where she commenced a body of work tracing the trajectories of uprooting and replanting in relation to the Vietnam War."
Meridel Rubenstein: Belonging: From Los Alamos to Vietnam - Photoworks and Installations, Limited Edition (with Print) ebook
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Meridel Rubinstein,Terry Tempest Williams,Rebecca Solnit,Ellen Zweig,Lucy R. Lippard,Roz Driscoll,Elaine Scarry,James Crump
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