Paper $34.95 ISBN: 9780933856530 Published November 1999

Robert Heinecken

Photographist

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Chicago

Robert Heinecken
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Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Chicago

Distributed for Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

With Essays by A. D. Coleman and Lynne Warren
176 pages | 100 color plates, 50 duotones | 9 x 11 | © 1999
Paper $34.95 ISBN: 9780933856530 Published November 1999
A photographic innovator and conceptual artist, Robert Heinecken played an important role in the development of contemporary art practice. That role is critically assessed in this exhibition catalog, which accompanies a major traveling retrospective organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. This volume, the first comprehensive book on Heinecken since 1980, illustrates all the major work in his thirty-year career, and features essays by leading photography critic and historian A.D. Coleman and exhibition curator Lynne Warren.
Contents
Foreword
Robert Fitzpatrick
Acknowledgments
Lynne Warren
Lenders to the Exhibition
"I Call it Teaching": Robert Heinecken's Analytical Facture
A.D. Coleman
Revised for Your Consideration: The Art of Robert Heinecken
Lynne Warren
Robert Heinecken: Alchemy of Form
Susie Cohen
Pictures Turned Inside Out: Robert Heinecken's Homemade Magazines
David Pagel
Relations: Some Work by Robert Heinecken
Irene Borger
Plates
Exhibition Checklist
Chronology
Public Collections
Solo Exhibitions
Group Exhibitions
Bibliography
Photography Credits
Notes on Contributors
Artist's Acknowledgments
For more information, or to order this book, please visit http://www.press.uchicago.edu
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