3 edition of Tony Oursler. found in the catalog.
Catalogue of an exhibition at capcMusée dart contemporain de Bordeaux, 30 October 1997 - 11 January 1998.Text in French and English.
|Statement||capcMusée dart contemporain de Bordeaux|
|Publishers||capcMusée dart contemporain de Bordeaux|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
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The exhibition is curated by Public Art Fund Associate Curator, Daniel S. " He would call it The Greatest Story Ever Told.
Yet for all those who view him, the question remains: What is the meaning of this little man? Many of the buildings in New York City were made from bricks manufactured in Haverstraw, NY, in Rockland County. Several of her novels were made into films. Sadly, Conrad did not live to see the April 21 premiere of his own biopic.
"The Physical Culture Detective" 1926• "The Ship of Sleepless Men" 1958 As Arnold Foutain [ ]• The absence of such an event on the date that was eventually set — October 22, 1844 — ultimately Tony Oursler. to what is known as the Great Disappointment.
They often carry sacred connotations, are associated with fertility, or emblematic of an apocalyptic symbol of end times of the Four Horsemen, Death rides on a "pale" horse. He also wrote detective stories and magazine articles under the pseudonym Anthony Abbot, as well as several plays, the most famous of which was the gimmick-filled The Spider 1928 Tony Oursler., co-written with Lowell Brentano and later filmed twice, in 1931 and.
They proselytized through intricately detailed charts with mathematical calculations and illustrations referencing a bearded king, white horse, and demon multi-headed dragon.
In this series, Oursler made himself a key part of his works, using his own experiences to reveal and reflect the questions and insecurities about our own psychological state, which are so often internalized and not discussed aloud. "About the Disappearance of Agatha King" 1939• Yet after Tony Oursler. learned the significance behind his phrases, I began to find this strange little doll to be, in a way, reassuring.
"The Wager" 1944 As Anthony Abbot [ ]• " He assumed that once the book was published, he would forget about religion. Tony Oursler titled his collaborative work about Tony Conrad TC: The Most Interesting Man Alive.
They practiced no religion and did not raise their children in any faith.
Visiting the Exhibition The exhibition is located in Riverside Park South between 68th and 70th Streets along the Hudson River.
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Public Art Fund is supported in part with funds from government agencies, including the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M.
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