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An investigation into the human form as painted by the acclaimed artist.Survey by Dominic van den Boogerd, Interview by Barbara Bloom, Focus by Mariuccia Casadio, Artist's Choice texts by Oscar Wilde and Jean Genet, Writings by Marlene Dumas
Marlene Dumas (b.1953), born in South Africa and based in Amsterdam, is one of the world's most internationally admired artists
A highly skilled 'painter's painter', she comments through her work on the state of painting today while asking what it means to be a woman working within the predominantly male genre of expressionist art
Dumas has exhibited since the late 1970s and her work has been included in major solo exhibitions at the Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt (1998), and the Tate Gallery, London (1996), as well as in numerous group exhibitions, including, most recently, the 51st Venice Biennale (2005)
Dominic van den Boogerd is a writer on contemporary art. From 1993 to 1995 he was Chief Editor of the Dutch art magazine Metropolis M and is currently Director of de Ateliers international artists’ institute in Amsterdam. He is a regular contributor to several international art journals.
Barbara Bloom is a New York-based artist whose international exhibitions include the Venice Biennale (1988), the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (1998), the International Center of Photography, New York (2006) and Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin (2006). Her artist's books include Ghost Writer (1988),
The Reign of Narcissism (1990) and The Collections of Barbara Bloom (2006).
Mariuccia Casadio is a freelance writer on contemporary art, fashion and design. Formerly Editor of Vogue Italia, Milan (1986-90) and Editor-at-Large of Interview, New York (1990-93), at present she contributes regularly to Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue.
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