Erwin Wurm 2013
Am I A House?
Austrian artist Erwin Wurm often uses humour to seduce his audience, disarming them, opening their eyes to underlying meanings in his work, which ranges from distorted everyday objects to the so-called ‘One Minute Sculptures’, where people are posed in unexpected relationships with things close at hand. This catalogue to the exhibition presented at CAC Málaga in autumn 2012 documents the pieces, videos and installations selected to represent his unique and sometimes irreverent artistic vision. Includes an introduction by Fernando Francés and “The Body, Skin and Words, or the Appeal of Politcally Incorrect Art” by Juan Bosco Díaz-Urmenta Muñoz.

104 pages, colour & black and white illustrations, 22 x 25 cm, paperback, Spanish/English

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Austrian artist Erwin Wurm often uses humour to seduce his audience, disarming them, opening their eyes to underlying meanings in his work, which ranges from distorted everyday objects to the so-called ‘One Minute Sculptures’, where people are posed in unexpected relationships with things close at hand. This catalogue to the exhibition presented at CAC Málaga in autumn 2012 documents the pieces, videos and installations selected to represent his unique and sometimes irreverent artistic vision. Includes an introduction by Fernando Francés and “The Body, Skin and Words, or the Appeal of Politcally Incorrect Art” by Juan Bosco Díaz-Urmenta Muñoz.

104 pages, colour & black and white illustrations, 22 x 25 cm, paperback, Spanish/English

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