6 edition of Hans Eijkelboom found in the catalog.
November 1, 2007
Written in English
|Contributions||Tony Godfrey (Introduction), Hans Eijkelboom (Photographer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
Hans Eijkelboom - Paris. New York. Shanghai. A book about the past present and possibly future capital of world, Aperture Foundation, , New York. Hans Eijkelboom: Paris - New York - Shanghai: A book about the past, present, and (possibly) future capital of the world (Hardback) Hans Eijkelboom £ Hardback.
Hans Eijkelboom. Phaidon, London, this cult object has a place in the library of every photography book collector as well as anyone interested in contemporary culture. Democratic, apolitical and unique, the archive of thousands of images offers an . There is something incredibly unsettling about Hans Eijkelboom’s People of the Twenty-First rather there are a few of those things. They cannot be fully comprehended without pointing out that the book clearly references August Sander’s People of the Twentieth Century.. Both titles are each off by one century.
Hans Eijkelboom was born in in Arnhem; he lives and works in Amsterdam. His works have been presented in group and solo exhibitions worldwide, including at Les Rencontres d’Arles (), the Images – Festival des Arts Visuels in Vevey (), the Folkwang Museum in Essen (), the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (), Fundació Foto. HANS EIJKELBOOM (born , Arnhem, Holland) began his artistic career in with an installation that was part of a group show that included Joseph Beuys, Ed Ruscha, and Douglas Huebler. Since then, he has produced over twenty-five books, gaining renown in Europe for self-publishing many of them, and his work has been exhibited 5/5(1).
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Hans Eijkelboom: People of the Twenty‐First Century is an enormous and completely fascinating collection of "anti‐sartorial" photographs of street life by the Dutch conceptual artist/street photographer.
From Amsterdam to New York and Paris to Shanghai, these photographs, taken over a period of more than twenty years, provide a cumulative portrait of the people of the /5(8).
Photographer Hans Eijkelboom has spent more than 20 years cataloging the ways that globalized culture manifests through apparel. Since the early s, Eijkelboom has surreptitiously photographed pedestrians in urban settings, for no longer than two hours in each location.
The resulting image grids reveal not only the way styles fluctuate over Author: Rian Dundon. Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom has documented the sameness of fashion and trends and every-day urban living in 21st century Paris, New York, and Shanghai.
This superb photo book is more about cool book design, and obsessive anthropological-sociological typologies, than it is about great photography. But it is a gem.5/5(2). Hans Eijkelboom Artist talk and book signing A rare chance to hear Hans Eijkelboom speak in the UK. To coincide with the exhibition ‘Street Fusion, Bristol in ’ – on display at the Martin Parr Foundation 22 JAN to 14 MAR – photographer Hans Eijkelboom will discuss his photographic practice.
Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom (born ) is fascinated by the clash between the idealistic constructions and aspirations of modernism and the harsh fact of his own living environment.
In the Art Foundation of Amsterdam's Academic Medical Center (AMC) commissioned the artist to document the Bijlmer, a district in southeast Amsterdam Price: $ Y ou could never accuse Hans Eijkelboom of a lack of dedication. For his new book, People of the Twenty-First Century, the photographer and conceptual artist spent 20.
It’s this fallacy of modern individualism that the year-old Dutch photographer, Hans Eijkelboom examines in his new book, People of the Twenty-First Century.
His photo series, shot during two-hour sessions on the street in Western cities over the past twenty two years, captures people as they truly dress: not with the individual panache so. Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom (born ) is fascinated by the clash between the idealistic constructions and aspirations of modernism and the harsh fact of his own living environment.
In the Art Foundation of Amsterdam's Academic Medical Center (AMC) commissioned the artist to document the Bijlmer, a district in southeast Amsterdam, which both he and the AMC call home. Hans Eijkelboom: People of the Twenty-First Century is an enormous and completely fascinating collection of 'anti-sartorial' photographs of street life by the Dutch conceptual artist/street photographer.
this cult object has a place in the library of every photography book collector as well as anyone interested in contemporary culture. Hans Eijkelboom produced more than thirty books. His work has been exhibited internationally, including solo shows at the Museum of Modern At, Arnhem, the Netherlands (), Sprengel Museum Hannover, Germany (), Kröller-Müller, Oterl, the Netherlands (), Provincial Museum of Photography, Antwerp, Belgium ((, Kunstverein Grafschaft bentheim, Neuenhaus, Germany () and the.
Hans Eijkelboom Lives and works in Amsterdam EDUCATION Academy for Visual Arts Den Bosch NL, / Academy for Visual Arts Arnhem NL, - Ateliers ‘63 Haarlem NL, / Selected solo exhibitions: Museum of Modern Art, Arnhem NL Het Venster, Rotterdam NL Museum of Modern Art, Arnhem NL Gamma,Utrecht NL (Gammagazine nr.6) De Gele Rijder, Nationality: Dutch.
Dutch conceptual artist Hans Eijkelboom's work is very much in line with the deadpan, seemingly mechanistic note-taking of Ed Ruscha and Hans-Peter Feldman. In "Paris-New York-Shanghai," Eijkelboom creates a witty comparative study of Author: Hans Eijkelboom.
Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom has documented the sameness of fashion and trends and every-day urban living in 21st century Paris, New York, and Shanghai. This superb photo book is more about cool book design, and obsessive anthropological-sociological typologies, than it is about great photography.
But it is a gem. Hans Eijkelboom says this about his practice: "What I do is actually very unclear As a form it seems like a very simple way to collect information about people's behaviour. But the exhibitions and books that I make do not show any useful and coherent information at all." (White, ) Bakker () believes Eijkelboom's work asks.
©Hans Eijkelboom ©Hans Eijkelboom ©Hans Eijkelboom. The series, In de Krant, which means Being in the Newspaper, Eijkelboom managed for ten consecutive days, to get a picture of himself in the same bom tracked a local press photographer and snuck into the frame whenever he would photograph.
He can be seen in images demonstrations, accidents, shop openings, and other locally. People of the Twenty-First Century book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. People of the Twenty-First Century is an enormous 4/5. Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom’s recently published book, People of the Twenty-First Century, is an anti-fashion bible for the the book, an anecdotal history of anti-sartorial global Author: Kristin Hohenadel.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Texts in English, German and Dutch. Notes: Catalog of the exhibition "Hans Eijkelboom - Photographische Konzepte bis heute" held at the Photographische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur, Köln, November 4, - Ma ; Fotomuseum Den Haag, Septem - January 7, In Paris—New York—Shanghai, Eijkelboom creates a clever and witty comparative study of three major contemporary metropolises, each selected for having been (or promising to be) the cultural capital of its time—Paris during the nineteenth century; New York, the twentieth; and Shanghai, the twenty-first.
A major retrospective of the photography of Hans Eijkelboom is now on show at The Hague Museum of Photography, running until 07 January Hans Eijkelboom: Identitieswhich has been organised in collaboration with Photographischen Sammlung and SK Stiftung Kultur in Cologne, includes work from the photographer entire career to date, including his well-known series.
Multistory and Hans Eijkelboom have produced a photography book in partnership with Dewi Lewis Publishing. Here, the work is presented as a series of moving images that capture the feeling of walking along the high street.
It follows seamlessly the pages of the publication of ‘The Street and Modern Life.’.Hans Eijkelboom is a Dutch artist who works with photography.
Internationally recognised, he has published more than 50 books and publications, his latest being inPeople of the Twenty First Century, published by Phaidon, both in English and French.Dutch conceptual artist Hans Eijkelboom's work is very much in line with the deadpan, seemingly mechanistic note-taking of Ed Ruscha and Hans-Peter Feldman.
In "Paris-New York-Shanghai," Eijkelboom creates a witty comparative study of three major contemporary metropolises, each selected for having been the cultural capital of its time--Paris 5/5(1).