Textos sobre la obra de Gabriel Orozco
The texts compiled here were written by some of the most respected international critics and art historians. These authors represent the forefront of contemporary thought and scholarship on art today. Benjamin H. D. Buchloh is considered one of the most important critical voices from the second half of the 20th century, just as Rosalind E. Krauss, Yve-Alain Bois, Briony Fer and Molly Nesbit, whose contributions have been crucial to the development of contemporary art history. Additional texts by distinguished curators such as Francesco Bonami, Daniel Birnbaum, Ann Temkin and Hans Ulrich Obrist have been included, as well as essays by renowned critics: Jean Fisher, Jean-Pierre Criqui, Guy Brett and Mark Godfrey, among others. This edition also includes contributions by artists Abraham Cruzvillegas and Gabriel Kuri, who have been very close to Gabriel Orozco and who offer an interesting reading, from the perspective of art, on the work of their colleague, and in a certain sense, their teacher.
texts by guy brett, benjamin h.d. buchloh, rosalind e. krauss, jessica morgan, hans ulrich obrist and ann temkin, among others.
conaculta / turner, 2015
mexico city, mexico / madrid, spain
17 x 24 cm