5 edition of Rosemarie Trockel found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 138-139.First published in conjunction with the exhibition Rosemarie Trockel, curated by Sidra Stich and Elisabeth Sussman, and co-organized by the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston and the University Art Museum, Berkeley--T.p. verso.
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A study of the indicated literary choices and measured literary knowledge of fourth and sixth grade boys and girls
; 24 cm Type: Books Exhibitions Date: 2000 C2000 Call number: N6888. Painting with threads, so to speak. The doll was said to stand for both strength and vulnerability combined in one person. Trockel has also participated in several international biennials, and her work has been featured in multiple prominent art world publications.
For example, following the events during New Year's Eve in Cologne in 2015, she signed an appeal by Cologne artists and musicians against sexual violence and xenophobic hatred. Her achievements have been celebrated in solo exhibitions around the world, and her creations are included in major museum collections, notably the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Tate Gallery in London. After its presentation at the New Museum, the exhibition will travel to the Serpentine Gallery, London.
These very distinct installation strategies generate fundamentally different ways of viewing. ; 25 cm Type: Books Exhibitions Date: 1984 Call number: N6888. The project aimed to show the "pigs" in human beings. Trockel has since upgraded her hot plates, which now recall induction cooktops; Rosemarie Trockel artist adapts to the times with a critical eye and a sense of humor.
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The works in the Strickbilder series constitute an influential body of work that explores themes pertaining to feminism, artistic production, craft, mass production and notions of originality and uniqueness. ; Rosemarie Trockel cm Type: Books Exhibitions Date: 2006 C2006 Call number: N6888.
com NID Google Storage of Google settings. The doll's gender was undefined. Although remarkably inventive and prolific, Trockel has deflected any identifiable stylistic signature: films and videos, knit paintings, projects for children, ceramics, drawings, and collages, plus a panoply of sculptures in a range of materials, are among the myriad forms that comprise Rosemarie Trockel practice. This visually striking and intellectually challenging artwork presents in appearance as an almost entirely dark monochrome color, when viewed from a distance.
; 29 cm Type: Books Exhibitions Date: 1998 C1998 Call number: N6888. Fact Check: Germany and the art market She has created boobs out of ceramics; a stable-looking box out of foam. Trockel has designed its entire interior, including a 400-square-meter Rosemarie Trockel colorful carpet. Many come from the realm of natural history, and from zoology and botany, in particular. De Pont Stichting voor Hedendaagse Kunst Subject: Trockel, Rosemarie 1952- Physical description: 96 p.
By shifting the way traditionally feminine materials were used, she criticized traditional role models as well as the established hierarchy of art forms, which places painting above crafts.
The drawings and models they created originally served as pedagogical tools for scientific research but today are appreciated primarily in aesthetic terms.
She later moved on to art studies at the Cologne Academy of Fine and Applied Arts.