9 edition of Jana Sterbak found in the catalog.
|Statement||Amada Cruz, Teresa Blanch.|
|Contributions||Sterbak, Jana., Blanch, Teresa., Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.)|
|LC Classifications||N6549.S74 C78 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||98038138|
Jana Sterbak: Photopractice, Art Gallery of Subdury, Subdury (solo) La lune à l’école, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris (solo) – Jana Sterbak, Barbara Gross Galerie, Munich (solo) – Jana Sterbak, Malmö Konsthall, Mälmo; Nationality: Canadian. In , artist Jana Sterbak created the first – and extremely controversial – iteration of the meat dress. It was composed of 50 – 60 pounds of raw flank stank that was salted to naturally undergo the curing process. Sterbak attached the steak to a mannequin and fashioned it into the form of a dress.
JANA STERBAK. Text & Bio ¬ A book between two stools, Villa Empain - Boghossian Foundation, Brussel, Belgium La disparition des lucioles, Collection Lambert en Avignon and Enea Righi Collection, Sainte-Anne Prison, Avignon. Twenty year of editions (part I), Galeria Toni Tàpies, Barcelona. Jana Sterbak is a winner of the Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts. The Canada Council for the Arts is a federal, arm's-length Crown corporation created by an Act of.
Indepth Arts News: "Jana Sterbak: I Can Hear You Think" until Haus der Kunst Munich,, DE Germany Jana Sterbak, who was born in Prague in and emigrated to Canada in , lives and works today in Montreal and Barcelona. Although her work has been seen in various personal exhibitions in the USA and Canada, but also in. Jana Sterbak is a Canadian artist best known for her conceptual sculptures that are made about and in relation to the body Born in Prague Czechoslovakia St Jana Sterbak - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia Strutt Wearable Art Show Art-as-Fashion vs. Fashion-as-Art Jana Sterbak, Vanitas: Flesh Dress for an Albino Anorectic () See more.
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This book documents Sterbak's ingenious work (one piece is a bed made of bread, in another the artist morphs into a moth), and is an important testament to her growing importance. 68 Elizabeth's Bookshops have been one of Australia's premier independent book dealers since Jana Sterbak: Waiting for High Water (French Edition) by Hubert Damisch and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Best recognized for her work Vanitas: Flesh dress Jana Sterbak book an albino anorectic (), a dress sewn from raw meat, Jana Sterbak forges conceptual, architectonic objects that encourage their wearers to Jana Sterbak book bodily and out-of-body to notions of doubling, physicality, and self-awareness, she favors juxtapositions between vanity and decomposition as a reminder of human ality: Canadian.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jana Sterbak; Ihor Holubizky; Power Plant (Art gallery) Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Catalogue of an exhibition to be held at the Power Plant, Feb. Apr.
10, Cover title. Description. Jana Sterbak (Born ) is a Canadian artist best known for her conceptual sculptures that are made about and in relation to the body.
Life and career. Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, Sterbak immigrated in to Canada as a teenager with her parents. Awards: Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts. Vanitas: Flesh Dress for an Albino Anorectic () is an artwork created by Canadian Jana Sterbak, first displayed at Montreal's Galerie Rene most famous showing was at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, where it attracted national work was composed of 50 pounds of raw flank steaks sewn together, and hung on a hanger.
Sterbak, Jana. Jana Sterbak. Arles: Actes sud/Carré d'art, (OCoLC) Named Person: Jana Sterbak; Jana Sterbak; Jana Sterbak: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jana Sterbak; Françoise Cohen; Carré d'art/Musée d'art contemporain de Nîmes.
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VERLAG FüR MODERNE KUNST ISBN: USD $ | CAN $ Pub Date: 7/25/ View Jana Sterbak’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices.
Learn about the artist and see available works for ality: Canadian. Best recognized for her work Vanitas: Flesh dress for an albino anorectic (), a dress sewn from raw meat, Jana Sterbak forges conceptual, architectonic objects that encourage their wearers to experience bodily and out-of-body to notions of doubling, physicality, and self-awareness, she favors juxtapositions between vanity and decomposition as a reminder of human : Jana Sterbak.
Jana Sterbak: Life-Size. Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst. Text by Söke Dinkla, Marietta Franke, Michael Krajewski, Lena Nievers. The first comprehensive retrospective on Czech-Canadian artist Jana Sterbak (born ), Life-Size documents Sterbak’s multifaceted oeuvre of sculpture, performance, photography and film works.
Exploring the conflicts of the human subject in contemporary. Jana Sterbak was born in in Prague, Czechoslovakia, and moved to Canada in She studied at the Vancouver School of Art (), the University of British Columbia, The projects The Museum of Modern Art.
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First explored in 'From Here to There', (presented at the Venice Biennial) wherein she manipulated images produced with the assistance of a miniature camera worn by a Jack Russell terrier, this new project goes even : Hubert Damisch.
Jana Sterbak, sculptor (b at Prague, Czechoslovakia ). Sterbak left Czechoslovakia with her parents in after the Prague Spring, settling first in Vancouver before moving to Montréal to complete her studies at Concordia University. The exhibition Jana Sterbak: States of Being is a ten year overview of the Czech born Canadian artist’s work.
The exhibition consists of approximately fifteen sculptural works ranging in media from cast bronze and lead to such unusual materials as dressmaker’s tapes, electrical stove coils, and raw flank steak.
The exhibition also includes a number of artist’s drawings and. Jana Sterbak (Vanitas: Fresh Dress for an Albino Anorectic) Jana Sterbak is a Canadian artist best known for her conceptual sculptures that are made about and in relation to the body Born in Prague Czechoslovakia St Jana Sterbak - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia Strutt Wearable Art Show Art-as-Fashion vs.
Fashion-as-Art. Jana Sterbak’s interest in the body as a remotely controlled entity is apparent in her work I Want You to Feel the Way I Do (), a dress made of wire mesh woven together with live nickel-chrome wire, or in Remote Control (), a metal crinoline, in which the woman wearing it moves with the help of a man operating a remote control.
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