The Art of Tomorrow

A compelling forecast of the art of tomorrow by the seventy-seven artists who will define it.
Editors: 
Yilmaz Dziewior, Laura Hoptman, Uta Grosenick
Release Date: 
October 2010
Credits: 
Published by Distanz
Format: 
21 x 27 cm
Features: 
340 Pages, full colour, hardcover
Language: 
bilingual German/English
ISBN: 
978-3-89955-406-9
Catalog Price: 
$60.00

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The Art of TOMORROW presents an international selection of seventy-seven young artists, with four pages dedicated to each, who show great potential for the future. They were selected by three insiders from the art world: Laura Hoptman is a senior curator at the New Museum in New York; Yilmaz Dziewior is the director of the Kunstmuseum Bregenz and a member of the acquisitions committee of the collection of contemporary art of the Federal Republic of Germany; Uta Grosenick has edited numerous anthologies on contemporary art.

The book is intended for an audience that wants to know today what will be happening on tomorrow’s art scene. Hence it is an indispensable compendium for collectors and curators, for art students and others interested in art. Designers, graphic designers, fashion designers and advertising agencies all derive ideas and inspiration from the visual arts.
 

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The Art of TOMORROW presents an international selection of seventy-seven young artists, with four pages dedicated to each, who show great potential for the future. They were selected by three insiders from the art world: Laura Hoptman is a senior curator at the New Museum in New York; Yilmaz Dziewior is the director of the Kunstmuseum Bregenz and a member of the acquisitions committee of the collection of contemporary art of the Federal Republic of Germany; Uta Grosenick has edited numerous anthologies on contemporary art.

The book is intended for an audience that wants to know today what will be happening on tomorrow’s art scene. Hence it is an indispensable compendium for collectors and curators, for art students and others interested in art. Designers, graphic designers, fashion designers and advertising agencies all derive ideas and inspiration from the visual arts.

In a clearly structured layout, works and installations by each artist are shown, offering an excellent insight into his or her development. The illustrations are supplemented by texts by an internationally renowned art critic or writer and a photographic portrait of the artist with brief biographical data. Web links indicate the home pages of the artists and their galleries, so the reader can find additional information.
With its selection of artists, the book posits clear worldwide trends; its distinguished and futuristic design make the book a must-have.