June 28, 2002 - Parkett - New Parkett Issue, Documenta Inquiry and More
June 28, 2002

New Parkett Issue, Documenta Inquiry and More

Parkett 64: New Parkett Issue, Documenta Inquiry and More

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On studying the work of the collaboration artists united in this volume, we seem to be looking over the shoulders of strange, eccentric scientists. Olafur Eliasson’s challengingly elemental models examine how perception, especially seeing, is conditioned; Rodney Graham devotes himself “body and soul” to states of consciousness, artificially altered if need be; and Tom Friedman is as meticulous as a watchmaker in his concentration on the non-technical, non-mechanical daily reality of the “blind spot.”

The new Parkett issue #64 is now available for order on our web site, in our offices in Zurich and New York, and in art book stores around the world. Please visit our Web site at www.parkettart.com to explore the table of contents of the new issue, read selected essays in Parketts signature design, and view the new editions.

The new issue also features a special Parkett Inquiry: Learning from documenta in which 32 personal statements by contemporary arts professionals and practitioners from around the globe provide wide-ranging insight into current problems, wishes, certainties, and objections as well as possible approaches to overcoming the ruts of time. The inquiry can be read online at www.parketta rt.com/documenta_inquiry.

We also recently updated our postcard set to include a color card for each of the 128 Parkett editions produced to date, as well as a text booklet containing the essays printed in the Parkett Editions catalogue that was published for the exhibition at the MoMA in New York last year. You can order the new postcard seta summation of some of the most vital and exciting contemporary art over the last 20 yearsat www.parkettart.co m/postcard_set.

And we are pleased to announce that the exhibition, “Beautiful Productions: Parkett Collaborations and Editions since 1984″ featuring all Parkett editions made to date, is now on view at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin, through October 27. (www.parkettart.com/ exhibitions)

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www.parkettar t.com/collect_editions/
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