As Painting offers thought-provoking new perspectives on painting in the U.S. and Europe since the mid-1960s, illuminating the flexible boundaries of what can be seen or interpreted "as painting."
This catalogue of the Wexner Center exhibition As Painting: Division and Displacement features entries on such artists as Martin Barre, Simon Hantai, and Francois Rouan, whose groundbreaking work has not been widely exhibited in the U.S. The catalogue includes essays by cocurators Philip Armstrong, Laura Lisbon, and Stephen Melville, plus texts by Christian Bonnefoi, Daniel Buren, Simon Hantai;, Jacques Lacan, Sherrie Levine, and Catherine Millet, many of which appear in English for the first time.
As Painting was held at the Wexner Center May 12 - August 12, 2001. 280 pp.
The MIT Press Hardcover. 35 color illus. 8 x 9 in.