Published on the occasion of an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, April 17-September 12, 2004.
|Other titles||Manifest destiny.|
|Statement||essay by Maurice Berger ; forewords by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. & Arnold Lehman.|
|Contributions||Berger, Maurice, 1956-, Brooklyn Museum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
Alexis Rockman has 18 books on Goodreads with ratings. Alexis Rockman’s most popular book is Carnivorous Nights: On the Trail of the Tasmanian Tiger. In , artist Alexis Rockman ventured to the dense jungles of Guyana, the site for this fantastic dreamscape of biological life. Rockman's world of nature - described by the artist as zoos in outer space; - is tempered by a penchant for the bizarre and the grotesque, but always based upon intimate observation of the environs/5(3). Hardcover, x in, 12 full page color plates with color accordion fold-out at rear of book. Alexis Rockman. Essay by Douglas Blau. Co-published by Jay Gorney Modern Art, New York and Thomas Solomon's Garage, Los Angeles, Softcover, x 11 in, 42 pp, 10 color illustrations. Alexis Rockman. Essay by Joshua Decter. New York artist Alexis Rockman is best known for his panoramic paintings that imagine the environmental demise of urban landmarks. Childhood trips to The Natural History Museum in New York as well as consultations with biologists and climatologists lay the foundation for Rockman’s futuristic dystopias, such as his twenty-four-foot-long mural Manifest Destiny (), which Nationality: American.
ALEXIS ROCKMAN is a contemporary artist who has become well known for monumental paintings that represent fantasias on environmental destruction and genetically modified organisms. His work has been the subject of over fifty solo exhibitions in galleries and museums worldwide, including "Manifest Destiny" (Brooklyn Museum of Art) and "Alexis. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Alexis Rockman books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. At the intersection of science and art, documentary and fantasy, the beautiful and the grotesque lies the work of Alexis Rockman, whose meticulously rendered paintings fascinate, amuse, and alarm -- often simultaneously -- as they explore the relationship between humanity and nature. Alexis Rockman's Manifest Destiny translates into haunting yet inspiring simplicity the environmental crisis of global warming. In conjunction with the opening of the Brooklyn Museum's new entrance pavilion in April , the distinguished American artist Rockman (born ) was commissioned to paint a visionary 8-byfoot mural about the distant future Author: Alexis Rockman.
The artist Alexis Rockman and the writer Dorothy Spears both love to travel, and when they do, they bring their work with them. Rockman—whose current shows, New Mexico Field Drawings and Alexis Rockman: The Great Lakes Cycle, are at Sperone Westwater and the Chicago Cultural Center, respectively—tends to be the heavier packer of the two, sending a box of watercolor . Alexis Rockman: A Fable for Tomorrow is the first major survey of the artist's work and features 47 paintings and works on paper from private and public collections. The title of the exhibition is taken from the opening chapter of Rachel Carson's influential book Silent Spring. In it, Carson combines two seemingly incompatible literary. Alexis Rockman's Manifest Destiny translates into haunting yet inspiring simplicity the environmental crisis of global warming. In conjunction with the opening of the Brooklyn Museum's new entrance pavilion in April , the distinguished American artist Rockman (born ) was commissioned to paint a visionary 8-byfoot mural about the. Archival Prints. Archival Prints.