James Casebere: The Spatial Uncanny
Publisher: Milano (Milan): Edizioni Charta, in association with the Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, 2001
Edition: 1st Edition
Condition: Near Fine / Near Fine
Item #: 109598
First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Textured paper-covered boards, with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Photographs by James Casebere. Essays (in English) by Christopher Chang (Photographer), Jeffrey Eugenides and Anthony Vidler. Includes a list of works, an illustrated exhibition history and illustrated bibliography. 192 pp. with 40 four-color plates, 36 duotone plates and 27 black-and-white reference illustrations. 12-1/4 x 9-3/4 inches.
Near Fine, in Near Fine dust jacket (bump to the heel of the spine, else Fine).
From the publisher: "Over the last 25 years James Casebere has utilized the combined influences of film, architecture, sculpture, and conceptual art, occasionally in large temporary installations, but primarily in the construction of table top models he then photographs in his studio. Casebere's early work examined myths of American identity, concentrating on images of main street, suburbia, home, and work. While consistently evoking the broad sweep of history, Casebere moved on to consider the subject matter of the American landscape and stereotypes of the American West. Since 1992 his work has focused upon such varied social spaces as prisons, schools, libraries, corridors, underground tunnels and sewers; spaces of isolation and circulation. His mysterious, beautiful, and often uncanny work has been exhibited and collected by museums worldwide. This monograph surveys the development and career of this groundbreaking artist."